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Hitachi has introduced a new LCD projector for classrooms and boardrooms with 3,000 lumens brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio.
LG has introduced two new slim HDTV lines, the SL80 and SL90, to become available later this year.
Sales of graphics chips jumped 31.3 percent during the second quarter, yet another sign of stronger PC demand.
Canon has introduced the LV-7275, a new projector aimed at classrooms and boardrooms.
Sharp plans to increase production of LCD panels by tens of thousands of screens per month due to increased demand from TV makers.
Storyist, which features word-processing and organizational features, now adds a new "collage" mode to help visualize connections between story elements, a full-screen view, multiple windows, and support for comments and bookmarks. The Sync'Em synchronization utility also saw an update, while Casio previewed a new WXGA projector due in September.
NEC Display Solutions of America announced that the 43-inch CRV43 widescreen display would be available in July.
Other World Computing unveiled a faster, higher-capacity line Mercury On-The-Go Pro bus-powered portable hard drives Wednesday. Also, SendStation Systems released a trio of adapters for connecting external displays to Mini DisplayPort-enabled Macs, and a new version of the Cover Stream iTunes controller debuted.
Mac OS X 10.5.7 has drivers
In October, stricter specifications for Energy Star certification will take place.
Nvidia and EVGA plan to release a GeForce GTX 285 graphics for the Mac Pro in June, according to a report.
OWC has introduced a USB 2.0 display interface to connect an external monitor.
Sanyo Electric has unveiled a short-throw laser projector that can display a 100-inch high-def image that's brighter than anything else on the market.
Collins America is rolling out the first line of third-party LCD displays equipped with Mini DisplayPort interfaces.
A third-party vendor is now offering an HDCP-compliant Mini-DisplayPort-to-HDMI adapter for Apple's newest Macs.