Apple may not have had a booth at Comdex this week, but there were still some innovative products to keep ardent fans amused.
Simple Technology debuted a 320MB Compactflash card for use with digital still cameras, MP3 players, handheld computers and other portable devices. Priced at $1,400, the card is compatible with Mac, DOS, Windows and Unix systems.
Jam Multimedia said its IJ-101 portable I-Jam MP3 player is now compliant with USB standards and runs on both Mac and Windows systems. The I-Jam player uses a storage drive called the Jam Station and transfers MP3 files onto the multimedia card.
VXI unveiled two voice recognition devices - the iParrott Multimedia 10-3 and the iParrott Multimedia ST speech recognition stereo headsets. Both units can be used for video-conferencing, Internet telephony and gaming.
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