The Octava HDS5-UK is proving very popular with our many customers who own Displays, TV’s and Projector’s with a single HDMI Input socket. The Octava HDS5-UK is Share your HDMI or DVI-D sources with a single HD monitor. This unique Octava HDS5-UK 5×1 HDMI Switch allows you to switch between 5 HDMI sources (settop box, DVD players, video game stations, computers) and your Hi Def monitor. This switch passes both digital and audio signals through the HDMI DisplayPort Adapters
The Octava HDS5-UK is Now available with V1.3 Full HD and Deep colour support. Our proprietary Clear EYETM transmission line and ISI reduction design will IMPROVE the digital video signals. Smart ScanTM algorithm intelligently selects the correct HDMI source so you can enjoy the program instead of fumbling with the remote
This Octava HDS5-UK switchwill work with either DVI to HDMI Cable. We understand that you may have a “mixed” system and require different cables. We allow you to choose the type of cable that you need during purchase.
The 3×1 Component/VGA to HDMI Video Converter enables standard component, VGA video and L/R stereo audio to be converted to HDMI for easy integration with HDMI systems over a single HDMI cable. Component, VGA to HDMI conversion is combined with integrated 3 input HDMI switch for easy integration with audio video equipment in your entertainment system, meeting or presentation rooms.
Our proprietary Clear EYETM transmission line and ISI reduction design will IMPROVE the digital video signals.
HDMI is backward compatible with DVI-D. This switch will work with either DVI or HDMI. We understand that you may have a “mixed” system and require different cables. We allow you to choose the type of cable that you need during purchase.
Octava HDCMP31-UK 3 x 1 Component/VGA is a kind of high performance mini HDMI Switcher. It is compatible well for HD-DVD, Sky-HD, STV, PS3, Xbox360etc.The multiple resolutions is can be up to 1080p.This kind of the HDMI Amplifier Switcher not only has the key-press-swiching function,but also has the IR remote control and intelligent function.that is to say,as soon as the power supply of the source equipment is switched,this switcher will respond automatically.
Unless you’ve had your head shoved under a rock today, then you’ve seen that Nokia has announced its upcoming Booklet 3G netbook. And while nothing has really changed since that original post of ours, we can’t help but pass up giving you some live images of the little device, and let you get a refresher on the hardware. Don’t worry though, next week SlashGear will be at the Nokia World event, where we’ll be bringing you all the important details regarding Nokia’s new toy.
The netbook itself, loving called the Booklet 3G, is about 1.25kg in weight, and only 2cm thick with an aluminum chassis. We know it’s going to be using an Intel Atom processor, but as of right now we don’t know the exact details regarding which processor will be making its way into the Booklet 3G. The netbook also has a 10.1-inch glass HD-ready display, and has an HDMI output for HD video playback. The body has 3 USB 2.0 ports, and an SD card sot. Bluetooth comes standard, and there’s even a front-facing webcam to take care of all your video calling needs.
The video showcases some neat stuff, so we’ve gone ahead and embedded it for your pleasure. It looks like Nokia is working in the opposite direction as Apple, but let’s hope that Nokia is just as lucky in their new market as Apple was. From the looks of it, they might be on the right track. So stay tuned for Nokia World next week.
Nokia Booklet 3G Gets Live Images
It used to be that you had to make a choice between having the slimmest camera on the block and having optical zoom of anything beyond 3x. That’s all changed with the arrival of the Casio EXILIM EX-H10, a skinny cam that boasts 10x optical zoom.
No longer do you have to deal with those giant barrels that simply will not fit in your jeans pocket. The EX-H10 from Casio follows up the EX-V7 and EX-V8 that preceded it in 2007. As is the norm with the EXILIM line, this camera is also quite thin at just 24mm of thickness.
The 10x optical zoom has its widest angle started at 24mm. The internal battery is good for up to 1000 images, which is about three times what other cameras in the skinny class can offer. Other specs include a 3-inch LCD, 37.5MB internal memory (that’s an odd number), and SD/SDHC support.
You can also shoot 1280 x 720 videos at 24fps, but the EXILIM EX-H10 does not have an HDMI output for immediate viewing on your HDTV. Look for the Casio EXILIM EX-H10 to launch in Japan on July 3. It’ll come in pink or silver for about $400.