Listing of all June 1996 new product categories
With the UMAX Maxmedia TV/Pro II scan converter, you can
display computer images on your TV and control those images via
remote control. The TV/Pro II's freeze-frame ability includes
whole frame storage of up to 786KB of field memory, and it has
zoom, overscan, underscan and custom setting memorization features.
The TV/Pro II supports up to 800x600 true-color resolution for
NTSC and PAL systems. It installs without drivers, weighs 5 pounds
and measures 1.85 by 5.5 by 9 inches.
The tiny Focus Enhancements PC Micro Presenter puts images
from your PC onto a TV. The 7-ounce, audiocassette-size scan converter
lets you control the computer image on the screen through four
microtouch buttons. The converter connects to your computer's
video port and is compatible with NTSC and PAL standards.
617-938-8088, fax 617-938-7741
Pop out your 486 SX, DX or DX2 chip, pop in a Kingston TurboChip
133 and, according to Kingston, you'll give your computer
133MHz 5x86 power. To improve your PC's performance, the TurboChip
133 uses Advanced Micro Devices' Am5x86-P75 microprocessor, a
16Kb internal cache and an integrated floating-point unit.
Kingston Technology Corp.