Sony clearly sees touchscreens as the future of computing.
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Sometimes you need to print or scan a document and 8.5″x 14″- legal size just doesn’t cut it, especially when you need something much bigger. Enter the EPSON WorkForce WF-7520 Wide-Format All-In-One. It will allow you to scan a document of up to 11″ x 17″. As well, it accommodates media up to 13″ wide and up to 13″ x 19″, automatically, double-sided on a single sheet of paper.
I have to admit I don’t use a printer as often as I have in the past, but there are certainly times when one comes in handy, especially when one that’s feature full and value-priced and actually gives you a few little extras for you never expected.
There’s nothing more frustrating at work than an old PC. When it’s time to upgrade it can be confusing about what needs upgrading and what doesn’t. Adding a new PC to an old monitor or swapping out some of the hardware can be a real pain. The Dell Vostro 360 All-in-One offers a painless upgrade, and it even gives you more desk space! Check out our video review:
The all-in-one is just like it sounds. Out of the box you’ll find three pieces: the computer with a built in monitor, a wireless keyboard, and a wireless mouse. There’s only one cable to plug in, and that’s power – so if you’ve got wireless Internet already, you’ve just put a whole lot of clutter behind you.
The Vostro 360 All-in-One isn’t a slouch in the performance department either. It’s packing a second generation Intel Core processor, 4 gigabytes of RAM, and half a terabyte of hard drive with space for thousands of movies, pictures, songs, and documents. The 23” touchscreen is powered by high definition NVIDIA graphics (there are only 4 fixed configs available and only one configs has NVIDIA graphics, the rest are integrated but the screen is High Def regardless whether it’s the multi-touch or non-touch) and comes with an HD camera and microphone built-in.
We’re giving one away this week, enter to win here!
GC Radio: Tablet Wars, Dell All-in-One computers, TELUS Avaya business solutions, Google Music ServiceGetConnected - November 21st, 2011
This week Andy Baryer joins me to talk about the latest in tech, business solutions, and answering your questions in Open Line:
Tablet Wars – RIM slashes the price on its Playbook and impressive new eReaders may outsell tablets
Google Music Service – Google launches a new cloud service to compete with Apple
All-in-One Computers – There’s a lot of choice when it comes to computing, but what fits your business needs? We interview Chris Cartwright from Dell about the Vostro 360 AIO. We’re giving one away this week, enter to win!
Innovative Phone Tech – Rahim Jivraj from TELUS joins us to talk about the innovative Avaya IP office that solves age-old business problems.
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