Dynamism.com, the leading U.S. retailer of next-generation electronics from Japan and around the globe, announced today that it will have several new products for showcase and review at the 2004 Consumer Electronic Show.
DYNAMISM.COM SHOWCASES LATEST JAPANESE ELECTRONICS AT 2004 CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SHOW
Including Sony Vaio X505, Toshiba Dynabook,
Sony Cybershot T1, and Many Others
(January 4, 2004 - CHICAGO and TOKYO) - Dynamism.com, the leading U.S. retailer of next -generation electronics from Japan and around the globe, announced today that it will have several new products for showcase and review at the 2004 Consumer Electronic Show which takes place December 8 -11, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. These next -generation electronics from Japan and around the world are available exclusively in the U.S. at www.dynamism.com. Here are the new products that will be available for review at the show:
• Sony Vaio X505 - The latest Vaio notebook is also the lightest. At 1.7 lbs. and less than an inch thick, the X505 comes with a Pentium M 1GHz processor, 512mb of RAM, and a 10.4` screen. Like the Sony Vaio 505 before it, the Sony Vaio X505 (X for Extreme) has completely altered the ultraportable notebook landscape. With the Vaio X505, Sony blends next -generation materials and artistic design to create the smallest, and most stylish, notebook on the planet.
• Toshiba Dynabook SX - The Toshiba Dynabook SX weighs only 2.19 pounds but features a 12.1` XGA TFT, 1ghz Centrino processor, 1280mb RAM (max), and 802.11g/b. The magnesium alloy casing includes a shock -mounted HDD for durability. The 2.19 -pound Toshiba Dynabook SX fills an empty niche between the 1.7 pound Sony Vaio X505 (10.4` TFT) and the 2.7 pound Panasonic W2 (12.1` TFT and internal optical drive). Although the Toshiba SX weighs about the same as the venerable Toshiba Libretto, it has the quickness and usability found in much heavier machines. Its 2.19 pound weight makes it the lightest computer in the world with a 12.1` TFT. It also features an impressive 19mm keypitch keyboard - -another first for its weight class.
• Sony Cybershot T1 - Sony`s Cybershot T1 is the smallest 5 -megapixel camera on the market. Great features include a huge 2.5` TFT, Carl Zeiss Vario -Tessar lens , and a 3x optical zoom. The T1 is only 0.8 inches thick (and measure 3.6 x 2.4 inches). A smart sliding door protects the lens from getting scratched in your pocket. The DSC -T1 includes 1 -year Fedex Rescue warranty service and unlimited support from Dynamism.
• JVC Interlink 7310 - JVC`s 7310 is the latest in the popular Interlink series and the first to feature a lightning -speed 1GHz processor. The 7310 also features a 40GB hard drive, 256MB of RAM (768MB max) and integrated Wi -Fi. The waif -like Interlink weighs in at less than two pounds.
• Zaurus SL -C860 - Sharp has again updated their hot SL -series. This latest version, the SL -C860, share the same hardware as the SL -C760 but has one new feature. Now, the Zaurus itself, as well as its SD and CF slots, will now be recognized as a hard drive under Windows. (The same way a memory card would be.) This new feature facilitates easier data transfer. These PDAs feature an immaculate 3.7 -inch LCD screen that swivels and adapts from PDA to laptop style. Their clamshell design and integrated keyboards offer fantastic usability.
• IDuck -For those light -at -heart and animal lovers out there, Solid Alliance (Japan) has released a new i -Duck USB Memory Storage device. The i -Duck uses a USB 1.1 interface and has a maximum storage capacity of 16MB. When plugged into your computer's USB port, the i -Duck will light up. Three different colors are available: pink, yellow and blue. A three -color set is also available.
• Sony Wireless Mouse - Sony has always taken pride in their designs and their latest Mouse, the MSU -WR1 Wireless Optical Sphere, is no exception. The unique ergonomic design combined with a splash of color makes this mouse the perfect notebook accessory. Just plug the included wireless receiver into your computer`s USB port and the Sony WR1 gives you wireless mouse control instantly.
• D'zign DV -4 - The D`zign DV -4 is an MPEG -4 video camera and a 2.1 megapixel camera all in one impressive design. With the ability to record more than an hour of video and hundreds of photos onto a single SD card, rest assured you`ll always capture that special moment.
• Samsung Nexio S160 - The eagerly -awaited Nexio S160 features a 400MHz processor, a brilliant 5 -inch color widescreen, and integrated Wi -Fi capabilities. The screen cover doubles as a keyboard. The acclaimed Nexio S160 is a true laptop/PDA hybrid.
• Fujitsu`s T70E - Fujitsu`s T70E is the successor to the T90D. It upgrades the processor to a Centrino 1ghz and the WiFi to 802.11 b/g. The T70E also features a 60gb HDD and a DVD -RW. The notebook has a sleek design and a multi -use bay allowing various configurations. The Fujitsu T70E is the smallest notebook on the market to pack a DVD -RW burner. The T70E measures 10.3 x 7.8 x 1.0 inches (261 x 198 x 36.5mm), and weighs 3.56 pounds. The DVD -RW may be swapped for an extended battery or weight -saving spacer. The T70E has integrated Wi -fi, modem, LAN, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, and VGA (requires dongle).
• Sigmarion III - The Sigmarion III is Japan's answer to the latest trend in PDA phones. The Sigmarion III features a PXA255 400MHz ARM processor with 64MB of RAM and 32MB of ROM. The Sigmarion III has a 5 inch color TFT LCD Touch screen display with a 800x480 dot pitch. Note that the cell phone functionality of the unit will not be operable within the United States. We offer this item as special order only.
• Sony Vaio U101 - The 1.9 -pound Vaio U101 is the lightest Windows XP machine on the market, and has an exhaustive list of features. The U101 can be operated while standing, or reoriented to read like a book. And, multi -directional buttons allow you to easily scroll up -and -down or left -and -right through documents or Web pages. A zoom button redraws the screen so everything is larger and easier to read.
About Japanese Electronics - Whether they come from a Japanese maker like Sony or a U.S. maker like IBM, consumer electronics in Japan are the most innovative and advanced in the world. Products that would never come to market in the U.S., because they're too niche -oriented or pricey, regularly appear on Japanese shelves. Dynamism.com makes these products available to consumers worldwide.
About Dynamism.com - Founded in 1997, Dynamism.com drives the most advanced consumer electronics technology from Japan and around the world to the U.S. market. The retailer couples next -generation products -ultralight performance notebooks, subnotebooks, slimtops, PDAs, phones, and other gadgets -with premium customer service, including lifetime toll -free tech support and 1 -year FedEx rescue service. For more information, please visit www.dynamism.com or call 1.800.711.6277
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