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Magazine articles on computer peripherals like monitors, printers, scanners, CD ROM, etc.
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PC World
February 2006
Eric Butterfield
Inkjets Get Bigger LCDs, More Photo Features New photo printers come with catchy extras: Canon Pixma iP6600D... HP Photosmart 8250... Epson's Stylus Photo R340... Stylus Photo R220... mark for My Articles 603 similar articles
January 6, 2006
David Needle
Tougher Thumb Drives Get More Features At the Consumer Electronics Show several companies who make thumb drives made new product announcements. But security firm warns of danger to enterprise networks. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
December 2005
Seiko Smart Label Printers Seiko Instruments has added three new models to its line of Smart Label Printers: the SLP 410 (one-inch model), 420 (two- inch model), and 430 (two-inch, high-speed model). mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
January 4, 2006
Clint Boulton
Blu-ray Building Arsenal Major film companies brace for the release of Blu-ray devices, announcing movies based on the format. mark for My Articles 552 similar articles
January 3, 2006
Clint Boulton
Cornice Dragons Shrink And Hold More Micro hard-drive startup Cornice has created new mini storage devices to help digital-media fans rack up large amounts of data on their MP3 players, smartphones and handheld computers. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
PC Magazine
December 21, 2005
Troy Dreier
Natural Comfort For incredibly comfortable ergonomic designs, we'll take Microsoft's keyboard any day. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
Home Theater
December 31, 2005
Darryl Wilkinson
A Blu-ray Computer Pioneer Pioneer says they'll begin shipping one of the industry's first Blu-ray disc computer drives during the first quarter of 2006. mark for My Articles 461 similar articles
December 30, 2005
Sean Michael Kerner
New Display Standard Takes Shape A group of leading PC and consumer electronics firms, including Intel, Apple, LG Electronics and Samsung, have come together to develop unified display interface, a next generation video display specification to replace VGA. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
December 28, 2005
James Galbraith
NEC MultiSync LCD1970VX Here's a decent 19-inch LCD Mac-suitable monitor with some nice features -- like height-adjustment, dual inputs, and the ability to pivot into portrait mode. mark for My Articles 286 similar articles
December 27, 2005
James Galbraith
Xerox Phaser 6120/N This inexpensive color laser printer sports some high-end features, including excellent photographic image quality, networking, PostScript 3, and an abundance of high-end optional upgrades. mark for My Articles 473 similar articles
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