This week in the news: Sony announced a killer new premium point-and-shoot; lots of new computing products came out of Computex this week; Canon's new DSLR; and Quantum also came out with a new addition to their TTL wireless trigger lineup.
This week in the news: Canon announces their highly-anticipated 5D Mk III and 600 EX-RT flash; Westcott has a new Flash Modifier; Sony announced new Cybershot cameras; Toshiba announced new tablets for Mobile World Congress; the thinnest K-mount lens ever, and lots more.
This is your B&H Pulse news feed for March 2nd, 2012.
Docking stations used to be fairly niche accessories, matching a specific brand of computer and connecting via a proprietary port. Universal docking stations have changed this, and Toshiba's dynadock V is a fine example of a modern universal dock. The compact device connects to a Windows XP, Vista, or 7 computer system via a single USB connection.
A docking station is designed to allow you to connect your notebook computer to a slew of accessories via a single cable connection. With many users eschewing a desktop system in favor of a more versatile notebook system, docking stations have become more common and offer enhanced functionality when compared to older accessories.
With the rise of affordable, ultra compact netbook computers, many companies have struggled to differentiate their products in the market place. Current trends have placed tiny, low resolution screens, sluggish processing, and cramped keyboards into the norm of the new netbook space. Premium models have addressed these issues by offering larger screen sizes and more powerful computing at the expense of portability and a higher cost of ownership. The Toshiba mini NB205 addresses the very same issues without driving up costs and still providing a highly portable and exceptionally satisfying user experience.
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