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Prototypes from COMDEX 2000

Prototypes from COMDEX 2000 - PCSTATS
Abstract: Who doesn't like to see the coolest gadgets to hit the high-tech market? I know we do! We've compiled a gallery of the coolest innovations that caught our attention at COMDEX 2000.
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External Mfg. Website: Comdex 2000 Nov 27 2000   Max Page  
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6GB Mp3 player and chilled server

SSI Computer Corp. MP3 player


SSI Computer is a Taiwanese company which has produced the above MP3 player, entitled the Neo 25. SSI are more likely known for their NEO 35 jukebox with drops into an empty stereo bay in just about any car - filling that MP3 need for the traveler. With this prototype, SSI has chosen to abandon the traditional Flash based memory system and rely upon a 6GB IBM Travelstar 2.5" hard drive. A 3.6V 1500mAh Lithium-Ion battery gives the unit approximately 6 hours of continuous use according to the company. Rounding off the features of this 255g unit, are a backlit LCD display, USB interface for data transfers from the PC, and an Infra Red remote control.

Cooler Master Chilled server


Cooler Master have managed to raise the bar yet again for heatsink manufacturers everywhere. Not only do they make some damn fine heatsinks, and the coolest (and equally expensive) all-aluminum cases out there, but they have now added active refrigerant into the equation. The ATC-310, with a price tag expected to be in the rage of one to three thousand dollars, incorporates an internal air conditioner of sorts. The unit chills all the internal compartments with cold air to kept the ambient temperatures inside the case low. RAID drives and processors can now bask in internal ambient temperatures at lower than external ambient temperatures. Expect to see this refrigerated server hit the market within the next six months.
 

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Contents of Article: Comdex 2000
 Pg 1.  Prototypes from COMDEX 2000
 Pg 2.  Dual screen cell phones, DVD player, digital
 Pg 3.  Sony's VAIO desktop music station
 Pg 4.  Dual flat screens, and home ent. server
 Pg 5.  Memory stick enabled cell phones
 Pg 6.  GPS memory sticks and MiniDisks
 Pg 7.  Sub-notebooks and the tablet screen VAIO
 Pg 8.  VAIO prototype notebooks
 Pg 9.  5mm thick 2GB PCMCIA hard drive
 Pg 10.  Toshiba browsing pad
 Pg 11.  Toshiba large format e-book
 Pg 12.  TV remote with display
 Pg 13.  Super thin batteries and digital camera concepts
 Pg 14.  Sexy cases and sub-notebooks
 Pg 15.  Prototype IA devices
 Pg 16.  MP3 and CDRW units from Iomega
 Pg 17.  — 6GB Mp3 player and chilled server
 Pg 18.  New heatsink concepts

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