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Innovations



Canon
Canon (www.usa.canon.com) unveiled its 10.1-megapixel EOS Digital Rebel XTi, which features a 2.5” display screen with streamlined menu navigation and an integrated self-cleaning system. Available in brushed silver patina and matte black finishes, the XTi can be purchased with or without Canon’s EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens.

Epson
Epson (www.epson.com) announced its 17” wide Stylus Pro 3800 printer, with quick engine speeds, advanced quality imaging, and an auto-sharing technology that automatically transitions between photo and matte black ink modes. Epson’s UltraChrome K3 Ink Technology produces a wide range of colors and coats all prints with a Microcrystal Encapsulation scratch-resistant material.

Topps
Topps Amateur Sports Cards (www.toppsamateursports cards.com) released their latest design. Structured to mimic the real thing, the cards look and feel are reminiscent of the professional NFL 2006 Rookie cards. Printed on UV-coated, heavy card stock, every 12-card pack includes Topps’ premiums and Bazooka bubblegum. Little Leaguers can trade card packs with their image to their own biggest fans: family and friends.

Taprell Loomis
Taprell Loomis (www.tap-usa.com) unveiled its CD Easel, which carries one CD or DVD and one print. The Easel is conveniently stored by flattening for transport, and opening to stand upright for display. Made from linen finish stock and available in two sizes, it can also be used as holder for CD or DVD counterparts. Digital delivery options are available.

Targus
Targus (www.targus.com) introduced a new line of notebook cases. Incorporated within the stock is the Global Executive Roller with a patented Dome Protection System and SafePORT Air Cushion System, providing padded protection from wear and tear. Built for a 15”-15.4” notebook, it has shock absorbing circles to protect the screen from scratching. Released through an ergonomic four-stage push button, the trolley handle and built-in trolley sleeve offer efficient transport.

Advanced Media, Inc.
Advanced Media Inc. (www.ritekusa.com) debuted its 100X Ridata Compact Flash Card, which incorporates a fast read speed of 22MB per second with a write speed of 15MB per second. Featured capacity sizes include: 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB. May be used with both 5V and 3.3V devices, and includes 500,000 power-on hours MTBF.


   







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