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    TechXNY 2004 PCExpo
    Author: Renz
    Date Posted:22/10/2004 11:58.54
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: The last time I visited TechXNY, PCExpo then, the show almost filled the entire floor space in the Javits Center. Three years later, and with several conferences pulling the plug, I was surprised to see the show shrink to almost half the size I remembered. With two major conferences pulling out I was hoping for a stronger showing here even if DititalLife was just around the corner.

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    HP and Pepper

    HP

    As soon as you entered the show, there was HP to greet you: a massive booth on the right showcasing samples throughout their product lines. Wandering around their booth I noticed a wireless printer on display, quite a novel idea, and about time someone implemented it.

    One side of the HP booth

    Tablets, laptops and accessories

    Projectors

    More portable devices

    Deskjet 6840 wireless printer

    Pepper Hand Held

    The Pepper Pad was hidden away in the back, but it was one of the most interesting devices of the show. Based on an Intel XScale PXA270 (623 MHz) processor and running an embedded version of Linux 2.4 this overgrown handheld has all of the features of a winner. BlueTooth, 802.11b+g, QWERTY thumb pad, composite video out, 20 Gig Hard Drive, 800x600 display with an Intel 2700G 32Mb accelerator powering it and much more crammed into a 2.3 lbs, 12.1x6.6x0.8 inch package. At an introductory price of $800, users seeking a more portable notebook may want to check this out.

    The Pepper Pad 2

    Pepper Specs

    More information at Pepper.com



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