UK distributor AM Micro is at MacExpo to launch a number of products to the UK market, including solutions from iRez, Digicom and Keyspan.
The company is giving the MacExpo audience its first chance to see iRez's (now available) KritterDigital, a full motion digital video camera that uses FireWire to create the best possible webcam images.
Controls include auto/manual brightness, exposure and white balance, manual focus, zoom, iris, backlight compensation, sharpness, saturation, and gamma. The KritterDigital costs £219.95 (ex. VAT).
Digicom is shipping its 28.8Kbps GSM Palladio modem to connect Nokia 7110, 6210 or 6250 to Macs and the Internet. The solution lets Mac users access data, fax and email through the GSM network.
Palladio connects over USB, and supports the fastest available data-connectivity rate available to a network. UK mobile-telecoms companies support 9,600bps, though some are offering faster data connections to subscribers for a fee.
AM Micro also demonstrated Keyspan's USB 2.0 CardBus solution. This lets laptop users with a CardBus slot connect to USB 2.0 and 1.1 devices. This means taking advantage of USB 2.0's 480Mbps data-transfer rate. The product ships with a small, optional, power adaptor. It costs £84.95 (ex. VAT and ships on November 27.