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Pocket Cam
Toshiba's PDR-3310 packs a 35mm-type 3.2-megapixel digital camera with 3X optical zoom in a credit card-size form. The sleek 2.2 by 3.6 by 1.2-inch titanium unit also captures high-quality .AVI video files. The PDR-3310 features a Li-ion rechargeable battery, an 8MB Secure Digital (SD) card and USB and video cables.

PDR-3310 • Toshiba • • $499

Manage Expenses Anywhere
Concur Technologies launches its Mobile Device Connectivity Platform, which is included with the purchase of Concur Expense. The mobile software platform enables mobile devices, including PDAs, cell phones and wireless two-way e-mail devices, to capture spending details on the go and ensure timely reimbursement. Voice integration is optional.

Mobile Device Connectivity Platform • Concur Technologies Inc. • • $150 per licensed user, adjusted thereafter based on volume (ASP pricing also available)

Ultra Navigation
IBM introduces its latest ThinkPad notebook computer, the T30, featuring UltraNav (see inset), which combines the TrackPoint device with a programmable touchpad whose corners can be used as hot buttons to launch up to four applications or Web sites. With a travel weight starting at 4.9 pounds, this thin and light PC offers optional wireless connectivity, including both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity or IEEE 802.11b) functionality. IBM's T30 also supports the wireless networking 802.1x/Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) security standard. An onboard Ethernet adapter and integrated modem, a maximum 1GB memory and 14.1-inch TFT display complete this ThinkPad line.

T30 • IBM • • $2,499 to $3,499

Lock It Up
Belkin introduces its SafeTech line of security products for notebook computers. The SafeTech C100 Combo Security Lock, constructed of a rugged zinc alloy, features a user-resettable combination lock and a press-to-lock mechanism that simplifies installation. The lock comes with a 6-foot galvanized, aircraft-grade cable.

SafeTech C100 Combo Security Lock • Belkin Components • • $25

Talk to Your Doctor
AvantGo introduces its mobile application for pharmaceutical sales teams, AvantGo Mobile Pharma. The software targets sales reps' interaction with physicians by providing data such as SFA and clinical information on demand.

AvantGo Mobile Pharma • AvantGo Inc. • • $600 per seat

Seeing Double
Xentex Technologies's Flip-Pad Voyager combines the power of a desktop PC with the portability of a notebook. The unique device features a swiveling screen that enables users to view notes while showing slides. The Voyager weighs more than 12 pounds and uses an AMD 1.1- to 1.4GHz processor.

Flip-Pad Voyager • Xentex Technologies Inc. • • $4,995

Take a Good LOOX
Fujitsu's Pocket LOOX puts Intel's PXA250 XScale processor into a Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 PDA. The 5.9-ounce LOOX features 64MB of RAM, a 64,000-color indoor/ outdoor touchscreen with handwriting- and character-recognition software, and CompactFlash and Secure Digital expansion slots. The lithium-polymer battery should provide up to 15 hours of use.

Pocket LOOX • Fujitsu PC Corp. • • $599

Call In Your Location
Audiovox Communications introduces its CDM-9500, a clamshell-style trimode, CDMA2000-compatible phone with a nine-line, color TFT LCD display. The Global Positioning System (GPS)-enabled phone weighs 3.8 ounces and supports high-speed wireless connectivity for Web browsing, e-mail and mobile-commerce functions.

CDM-9500 • Audiovox Communications Corp. • • $399

Track the Fleet
TealPoint Software announces TealAuto version 1.00 for Palm OS-based handhelds. The software records vehicle fueling, trips and service stops, then generates reports and graphs based on those records. TealAuto features customization options, trip records, service and parking-meter reminders, as well as data importing and exporting to text files, .CSV files and MemoPad entries.

TealAuto version 1.00 • TealPoint Software • • $17

Interactive Graphics in the Hand
Corda Technologies introduces PopChart 4.0, which puts charts and other graphic data via XML-supported databases in the hands of users with Web-enabled handhelds or phones. The software delivers the best image quality available based on device type and browser capability: Pocket PCs offer greater interactivity via Flash, whereas Palm OS devices support .GIF files only. PopChart 4.0 includes both .PDF and .EPS output.

PopChart 4.0 • Corda Technologies • • $295 to $6,995, depending on server needs

Power to the People
The Asus L38C notebook with a 1.7GHz Pentium 4 processor and 40GB storage provides power-saving features that boost battery life up to four hours. Using Power Gear Technology, the 15.1-inch Windows XP-based computer automatically improves performance and battery life based on system loading.

L38C • Asus • www.notebooks.asus. com • $2,277

Projection as Easy as 1-2-3
BenQ Inc. announces its professional series BenQ VP 150X LCD digital projector. The portable 8-pound device projects 1,800 ANSI lumens and native XGA (1,024 by 768) resolution. The VP 150X features a built-in laser pointer, USB interface, wireless mouse, quick-adjust tripod and full-function remote control. The projector also features the "Easy 1-2-3" interface, where users present quickly by setting up using only three buttons: "Power" On, "Auto" Adjustment and "Keystone" Correction.

BenQ VP 150X • BenQ Corp. • • $3,899

Fast and Inexpensive
The Compaq Evo N1000v from Hewlett-Packard promises high performance at budget prices. It features the desktop version of Intel's Pentium 4 processor running 2- or 2.2GHz. Other features include 256MB of memory, 32MB of video memory, displays of 14.1 to 15 inches, two USB 2.0 ports, an integrated floppy drive and a MultiPort bay capable of accommodating a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth module.

Compaq Evo N1000v • Hewlett-Packard Co. • • starting at $1,599

It's a Good Thing
Good Technology debuts its GoodLink System, which includes synchronizing server software, nationwide wireless service on the Cingular Wireless network and applications software for a variety of devices, including RIM BlackBerry handhelds. GoodLink does not require desktop software and provides an end-to-end system for continuously synchronizing handhelds with corporate e-mail and data. Mobile users can view e-mail attachments in Microsoft Office, WordPerfect, HTML, .PDF and .RTF file formats.

GoodLink System • Good Technology Inc. • • $3,000 per server, plus $50 per seat; $45 monthly service fee; $279 to $329 for Cingular device
Pocket Cam
Toshiba's PDR-3310 packs a 35mm-type 3.2-megapixel digital camera with 3X optical zoom in a credit card-size form. The sleek 2.2 by 3.6 by 1.2-inch titanium unit also captures high-quality .AVI video files. The PDR-3310 features a Li-ion rechargeable battery, an 8MB Secure Digital (SD) card and USB and video cables.

PDR-3310 • Toshiba • • $499

Java to Go, The World Over
Nokia introduces the 6310i, a Java-capable General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) phone. This triband world phone features built-in Bluetooth wireless capability.

6310i • Nokia • • $200

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