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The Cam That Can-Logitech Live! Motion Webcam Review

Category: Security Cameras
Posted: November 9, 2006 08:30PM
Author: Mahtayo Rice


The Live! Motion is a clever piece of kit. Not only does it look stylish, it also boasts a high resolution (for a webcam) 640x480 CCD sensor and pads out its impressive CV with a motorised pan and tilt function. Creative clearly have big plans for their WebCam lineup and with just about the only serious competition coming in the shape of Logitech's QuickCam Orbit they're not exactly fighting to be noticed, though on paper at least Logitech have the edge at present with their Logitech QuickCam Orbit MP boasting a genuine 1.3 Megapixel sensor (approx 1280x1024) as opposed to the Live! Motion's interpolated 1.3 Megapixel captures.



Review: Samsung SyncMaster 225BW TFT-LCD Monitor

Category: Security Cameras
Posted: October 23, 2006 05:39PM
Author: Silverfox


MODTHEBOX - "I had good results with the 225BW using every day applications for web development, web surfing, e-mail and word processing. Overall picture clarity known in most of the SyncMaster product line is good but varies at different viewing angles. I did note that the 225BW does suffer from what many have reported as black light bleeding. During dark coloured scenes in wide screen mode there is consistent white backlight that shines through the top and bottom of the monitor."

News: Samsung Shows Off 12mm Thick AMOLED Display

Category: Security Cameras
Posted: October 23, 2006 11:01AM
Author: Scott Young


DailyTech - "This week at the 2006 Korea Electronics Show, Samsung showed off a 17-inch AMOLED that was only 12mm thick -- the panel itself is only 1.8mm thick. Being one of the thinnest in the world, the display is based on organic LED technology and produces brightness and image quality to LCD displays available today. This display is able to run at 1600x1200 resolution, which is the sweet spot for many of today's larger format displays. At 17-inches however, 1600x1200 may be a bit too much for some. Performance for the new AMOLED screen also appears to be excellent. Pixel response time is rated at an extremely fast 0.01ms. The screen has a constrat ratio of 1000:1 and a brightness rating at 400cd/m2. In terms of specifications, both contrast and brightness appear to be on par with most of today's popular LCD panels, which indicates that AMOLED technology definitely has room for maturity. "

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