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PDA-on-the-cheap gets down to basics
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10/11/2004   Post a comment
A full-featured PDA it is not, but the Protege Organizer may telegraph future PDA construction while demonstrating that many of its key features can be implemented for a song.
Under the Hood: JVC Digital Videocam offers a cast of analog players
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10/8/2004   Post a comment
The GR-DV3000 digital video camera from JVC represents an emerging breed of hybrid still/video digital image-capture devices which rely heavily on support from the analog world. Capable of capturing megapixel stills and electronically-stabilized, the videocam uses a wide assortment of analog parts. What is unusual, Portelligent's David Carey shows, is the number of data converters and image processors from Japan.


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