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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.
LaCie has introduced a Proof Edition of its blue eye pro monitor calibration system.
Canon has unveiled three new digital projectors, one of which has 1280 x 800 widescreen resolution.