eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007

Gary Gunnerson, IT architect at publishing giant Gannett Company and an eWEEK Corporate Partner (left), check out Seagates DAVE. DAVE, formerly codenamed Crickett, is an ultraportable wireless storage drive.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Seagate DAVE

DAVE stands for Digital Audio Video Experience and will be available in Q2 of this year. Initially, the palm-sized device will ship with 10GB or 20GB, and will connect to mobile devices via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Zink Printer

Zink (Zero Ink) debuted its Zink Digital Imaging Technology which enables inkless printing. This Zink printer prints 2 by 3 inch photos and will cost an estimated $100.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Zink Display

Zink, which was the hit of Demo Day 1, had a display that shows how the Zink technology works. Millions of dye crystals are embedded in Zink paper. The Zink printer then applies heat, which melts the crystals, creating a photograph.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Zink Camera

Zink also plans to integrate its printer into digital cameras.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Chris Shipley

Chris Shipley, executive producer of the Demo conference, takes the stage to launch the event.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Alcatel-Lucent Mobile Endpoint Management System

Alcatel-Lucent Ventures showed off the Alcatel-Lucent Mobile Endpoint Management System, a secure, always-on 3G wireless card that allows IT managers to monitor and manage mobile devices remotely.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - eJamming

eJamming launched eJamming Audio + MIDI, software that allows musicians to play together online and in sync. Here, a musician plays the guitar on the Demo stage with a guitarist located 5,000 miles away.

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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Demo Conference 2007 - Sonata Battery

Boston-Powers Sonata battery is a laptop battery that can be recharged in 30 minutes. Executives said the new batteries will avoid battery fade problems and have a far longer life than batteries in current laptops.

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