1) Console Cable:
The Redpark has introduced new 6 foot long serial cable with RJ-45 connector which lets you to connect an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the console port on Cisco networking gear. It is specifically designed for use with the “Get Console” app available on App Store. The RJ-45 connector is wired per Cisco console port specifications and it is not an Ethernet cable. It is priced at $69.
2) Olivetti OliPad Android Tablet:
Olivetti, an Italian company has introduced their first Android tablet known as the OilPad 100. The tablet has 10-inch ultra slim capacitive TFT-LCD multi-point touchscreen, 1 GB DDR2 RAM, 512 MB SLC flash memory, 16 GB iNand storage expandable up to 64 GB via SD card, NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core Arm Cortex A9 processor 1 GHz processor, Android Froyo 2.2 OS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, USB version 2.0, optical docking station, MicroSD and SIM card slots, 1.3-megapixel webcam, G-sensor, light sensor, Ly-Polymer 3650mAh battery, 267 x 173 x 13.9 mm and 780 g. And the Olivetti OliPad is priced at Euro 399.
3) SuperTooth DISCO:
The new SuperTooth DISCO is a portable stereo speaker able to stream music from any Bluetooth A2DP device, including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. And it is equally compatible with all the other phones, PCs, MP3 player and tablets that support Bluetooth A2DP. It is priced at $132.57 and is available at Amazon.com
4) Epson BrightLink 455Wi Interactive Projector
Epson has announced their new BrightLink 455Wi Interactive Projector designed to transform a wall or table into an interactive learning area. With the included wall mount or table mount sold separately, the BrightLink 455Wi interactive projector can be used to transform a wall, whiteboard or table into an interactive learning area. The Epson BrightLink 455Wi interactive projector + pen combination is an ultra-short throw solution offering image size flexibility and advanced connectivity options to project onto a whiteboard, wall, table, or other smooth, light-colored, hard surface. BrightLink offers installation flexibility by providing a wide range of XGA and WXGA usable interactive. It is priced at $2,199 ($1,699 for Brighter Futures) through select dealers on a state-by-state basis. for Brighter Futures pricing of $519 and $1,499 respectively.
TP-Link has introduced new wireless USB adapter to connect a destop or notebook computer to a wireless network by plugging a USB device. It is fully interoperable with IEEE 802.11 b/g/n wireless devices, delivering speedy 11n speeds and reliable signal for lag-free online gaming, Internet calls or even HD video streaming. It supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win 7. And it is priced at $29.99.
Corsair has annouced the availability of of Cerulean Blue Vengeance High-Performance DDR3 Memory Kits which are specifically optimized for overclocking and compatibility, at an attractive price point.The new modules offer performance identical to the original, with Cerulean Blue anodized heat spreaders that provide a great match with the latest 2nd generation Intel Core processor family motherboards from ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte. They are available in 16 GB, 8 GB and 4 GB sizes and they operate at 1600Mhz clock with CL9-9-9-24.
Olympus has brought out the new PCM audio recording device, the DM-620 which features three microphone TRESMIC system designed to capture low frequency sound for premium recordings. It will be released in March for $149.99.
Olympus SZ-30MR is an ultra zoom digital camera. Olympus says it is the first camera to simultaneously recording of 1080p Full HD movies and 16-megapixel still photos. The SZ-30MR is available for €329 from March 2011.
Olympus TOUGH TG-810 is a shockproof, waterproof, freezeproof and crushproof compact camera designed to capture all of your extreme adventures. The Olympus TOUGH TG-810 also boasts Dual Image Stabilization to cut the blur out of your photography, Wi-Fi compatibility for instant image sharing via an optional Eye-Fi Card, 3D still image capture in and out of the water. The camera will be available in April for $399.99.
PENTAX Imaging Company announced the PENTAX Optio S1 digital compact camera with advanced, easy-to-use features and an eye-catching, gem-like finish.The new camera body features include a high resolution 14 megapixel sensor for exceptional image detail, wide angle 5X optical zoom lens (28-140mm) for flexible image framing, ample 2.7 inch LCD for easy capture and playback of images and video, widescreen 720p HD video capture, Fast Face Detection, Smile Capture and Blink Detection for perfect portraits.Pentax’s new camera is now available for pre-order for $199.95.
D-Link has brought out their new DHP-1320 wireless router which provides network connections to anywhere in your house using the electrical wiring already installed. The powerline feature provides up to 200 Mbps over your electrical wiring, and you can also use the Wireless N connectivity up to 300Mbps, fast enough to stream HD video, support enhanced gaming and share large files across your home. The DHP-1320 is available for $129.99.
Razer, the world’s leading high-end precision gaming brand, and Bioware, the critically acclaimed game developer, unleash their Dragon Age II product line to aid your rise to power in this sequel to 2009’s Game of the Year and one of 2011’s most anticipated games, which launches on March 8 in North America and March 11, in Europe on the Xbox 360 computer and videogame system, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, PC and Mac. The cool new product releases are Dragon Age II Razer DeathAdder mouse, Dragon Age II Razer Goliathus Speed Edition mouse mat, Dragon Age II Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard, Dragon Age II Razer Onza Tournament Edition controller and Dragon Age II Razer Messenger Bag.
12) 3M Smart Pen:
3M Touch Systems has announced at CeBIT 2011 the U.S. availability of its 3M Smart Pen, a uniquely designed input device finely tuned for use with popular capacitive touchscreen devices, including the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
13) Matrox Extio F2208:
Matrox has brought out new Extio F2208 dual monitor KVM optical extender which is a point-to-point, KVM extension solution that uses fiber-optic cable to separate the keyboard, mouse, USB, audio peripherals and up to 2 displays from the rest of the computer by up to 1 km (3280 feet). It extends the bus via a PCI-E bus interface.