Dell today announced expansion of its U.S. Reconnect recycling partnership with Goodwill Industries to six additional states, including Arkansas, Iowa, Maine, New Hampshire, Oregon and Vermont.
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NETGEAR today announced a new line of Threat Management appliances with enterprise-class features but priced for SMB buyers.Tags:Notable findings and products that didn't make it into our other show coverage.
TRENDnet's CES 2009 introductions focused on draft 802.11n wireless products. Details were sketchy and pricing and availability were not given on any of the draft 11n products.
Marvell today announced a draft 802.11n single-stream Wi-Fi device.
The Marvell 88W8786 supports bit rates up to 150 Mbps and has been sampling with "multiple customers" since "mid 2008". The company said products using the device are expected to be in production this quarter.
Buffalo is using this year's CES to announce a revamped strategy for its NAS products and to re-enter the wireless LAN market in the U.S.
LaCie today announced a USB external drive with built-in HDMI supporting upscaled 1080p video display.
NETGEAR introduced two new draft 11n dual-band routers, a 3G router, two networked media players and a diskless version of its popular ReadyNAS Pro six-bay NAS. The company also announced new service-provider-only products and a new HomePlug AV powerline to Ethernet bridge.
Ralink Technology today announced a 450 Mbps, 3 stream, draft 802.11n router chipset with beamforming technology.
Cisco chose CES to announce its Wireless Home Audio (WHA) line and three new dual-drive NASes.
Guess we missed this one in the flurry of CES releases. On Monday, Iomega announced two Home Media Network Hard Drives that will hit store shelves later this month at MSRPs of $159.99 for 500 GB and $229.99 for 1 TB.
The single-drive NASes run EMC's LifeLine Home software and have iTunes, UPnP AV and DLNA media servers, gigabit Ethernet LAN connection, USB 2.0 port for printer sharing and storage expansion and EMC Retrospect Express backup software bundled in for Windows and Mac OS client backup. Also bundled is 2 GB of free MozyHome online storage.
SanDisk announced its Ultra Backup USB portable flash drives. The drives are designed to protect photo, music, video and other types of digital files with the touch of a button and no software installation.
The drive protects backed-up files with password-protected access control and AES hardware-based encryption.
The Ultra Backup ships in April in capacities of 8 GB - 64 GB with MSRPs between $39.99 and $199.99.
HP today introduced a recycling program that includes a way for consumers to receive cash for unwanted technology equipment.
Through the HP Consumer Buyback and Planet Partners Recycling Program, consumers can receive cash back for their unwanted PCs, monitors, printers, digital cameras, PDAs (personal digital assistants) and smartphones of any brand. If there is no value, consumers can responsibly recycle their HP and Compaq-branded products for free.
Go to www.hp.com/go/ConsumerBuyback for further details and to get a buyback quote.
Storage Appliance today announced a small device that turns any USB hard drive into a Clickfree automatic backup device.
The Clickfree Transformer Cable connects between any Windows Vista, XP or 2000 computer and USB drive to convert it into a Clickfree backup drive that searches, organizes and backs up 400 different file types.
The Cable Backup has an MSRP of $59.99 and is available now direct from the Storage Appliance website and other retailers.
Wireless USB company Wisair today announced an adapter that wirelessly transfers PC content to TVs, monitors and projectors.
A recent New York Times article portrayed Michael Dell as testy and defensive about his company's loss of market share to rival HP. Its O.K. if everyone doesnt understand what were doing, he was quoted as saying.
Well, I may not be the smartest guy in the world. But if my recent experience with Dell is any indication, at least some of its troubles aren't hard to figure out.
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