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September 29, 2014   
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Communication Made Easy with Ricoh
Ricoh’s P1000 Unified Communication System (UCS) links people and visual information in places without monitors or projectors.

This lightweight, 1.3 kg compact UCS unit is battery operated and about the size of a small laptop computer. It features a 10.1-inch display, a wide-angle 170-degree camera and a microphone, and uses wired or wireless LAN. The resolution and frame rates are automatically adjusted to the load status of the network. No connectors, cables or other equipment are required and four-point simultaneous displays are possible for up to 20 simultaneous connection points.

Since Ricoh’s UCS relies on a cloud system, data is not stored on your device, eliminating the risk of information leaking from mobile devices, even when used in different locations, misplaced or stolen. Audio and video communication is encrypted.


Television in Your Pocket
British cell phone manufacturer Kazam has unveiled its new Kazam TV 4.5 smartphone, the first in Europe to come with a built-in DVB-T tuner. This new feature allows users of this Dual SIM telephone to watch free-to-air digital television channels on the phone’s 4.5-inch IPS display. The device offers classic design and a slim casing and is also fitted with a 5-megapixel camera and a fast quad-core processor. Using this handy phone, you can watch your favorite terrestrial television shows wherever you feel like it and then put your miniature television set back in your pocket or purse. The Kazam smartphone’s high-performance battery allows up to three hours of viewing.


Business Trips with Hama Bags
Consumer electronics producer Hama has launched a special collection of leather travel accessories to mark 90 years since the company was founded by German photographer Martin Hanke. Called Hama est. 1923, the collection comes with a new logotype and comprises travel bags, wallets and day planners, all made of leather. The accessories should particularly appeal to people who frequently go on business trips and while on the road, like to be surrounded by quality, style and clever design. Hama’s classy, elegant and durable business travel bags are made of natural cowhide and are available in vintage shades of black and brown.


Urban Star
The Mitsubishi Space Star is the successor to the popular Colt model. Despite its compact size, this city car—just 3.71 meters long—offers a lot of room inside and can comfortably seat five adult passengers. Their luggage can be fitted into the 235-liter trunk, which is surprisingly large for a car of this size. The streamlined body with a drag coefficient of 0.27, the lowest in this range of cars, makes the Space Star highly economical, especially when combined with its low weight (from 845 kilograms) and one of two cutting-edge, three-cylinder engines: a 1.0-liter, 71 hp unit and its bigger brother, a 1.2-liter unit with 80 hp.

The car has front-wheel drive and is available with a five-speed manual transmission or an automatic CVT transmission. The Space Star is exceptionally comfortable to drive and given the market segment it is aimed at, comes with above-average features. Offered as standard are six airbags, electric windows and rear view mirrors, in addition to air-conditioning and a stereo with a CD and MP3 player. While it performs well on the open road, this model is also remarkably maneuverable thanks to the best turning radius (4.6 meters) in its range, making it perfect for navigating parking lots and city streets.
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