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Computex 2004 Update (Part 4)
By Vijay Anand
Category : Events
Published by Jimmy Tang on Sunday, 6th June, 2004

Genius' Booth

For those of you still under the impression of yesteryears where Genius was primarily a mice and keyboard company, they’ve long diversified to offer a wide variety of other input/output, communication and entertainment devices. Here some of the highlights we caught at their suite:-

The digital camera market is not new to Genius as we have seen some of their products in the past. During Computex 2004, we saw a few newer models joining their product range.

One of them was this fun and colorful Genius G-Shot G511. It is a 3.1 megapixel camera using a CMOS image sensor, has a 1.5-inch TFT LCD, 16MB built-in Flash memory and supports both SD and MMC memory card slots.

Evolving from a webcam, the Genius VideoCAM Slim USB 2.0 is their latest gadget in that series. It is suitable for video conferencing and as a simple security monitoring system.

The Genius TVB-S101 is an external TV-Tuner.

If you happen to be able to receive digital TV broadcasts, this internal PCI card solution allows you to watch this broadcast on your TV. There are external versions as well..

If you need a slim flatbed scanner and want something eye-catching, the Genius ColorPage-Slim 1200 USB2 could be what you need.

It’s only 3.3cm thick.

For laptop warriors on the move, you may prefer to have a document scanner of the similar color motif such as this Genius ColorPage-SF600.

Believe it or not, they even have a film scanner. It has a high optical resolution output of up to 7200dpi and 48-bit color depth.

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