Midmarket: Lenovo, HP, Cisco Hit CES Floor with Low-Cost Tech for Small Businesses

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2011-01-05
 
 
 

Lenovo, HP, Cisco Hit CES Floor with Low-Cost Tech for Small Businesses

by Nathan Eddy

Lenovo, HP, Cisco Hit CES Floor with Low-Cost Tech for Small Businesses

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220s ($889)

This Lenovo notebook comes equipped with the PC maker's enhanced video conferencing technologies, including a high-definition Web camera, noise-canceling keyboard software, and upgraded microphones and speakers.

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220s ($889)

Cisco Cius Tablet (Price TBA)

This business tablet features collaboration applications such as Cisco Quad and Presence, while the virtual desktop client enables highly secure access to cloud-based business applications.

Cisco Cius Tablet (Price TBA)

HP Compaq 8200 Elite ($679)

This desktop offers customers the HP ProtectTools network and data security software suite, Global Series models, and a three-year business PC limited warranty.

HP Compaq 8200 Elite ($679)

3M Projected Capacitive Technology Display ($1,549)

This 3M 22-inch display offers 20-finger multitouch input for accurate touch response across the entire screen and a high-definition, wide-viewing-angle LCD display.

3M Projected Capacitive Technology Display ($1,549)

Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive Cloud Edition ($160)

Iomega is offering a new free service called Personal Cloud, which provides access to all data stored on the drive through the Web. Personal Cloud enables users to access their files through a browser, share it with other folks or sync it among other Personal Cloud-connected storage drives.

Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive Cloud Edition ($160)

Motion Computing CL900 Tablet ($1,000)

This lightweight and rugged design from Motion Computing offers the protection of the MIL-STD-810G specification (4-foot drop test) and a tough exterior to protect against dust, moisture and other elements.

Motion Computing CL900 Tablet ($1,000)

Western Digital Scorpio SATA Drive ($149)

Now available in capacities up to 750GB, this 2.5-inch SATA hard drive from Western Digital combines 7,200-rpm spin speed and 16MB cache and also incorporate a variety of data-protection features.

Western Digital Scorpio SATA Drive ($149)

Samsung SH100 ($199.99)

This WiFi-enabled digital camera from Samsung automatically backs up shots to a PC by only pushing two buttons, or by using DLNA to wirelessly connect to an HDTV. The SH100 can also record HD video and upload it to YouTube.

Samsung SH100 ($199.99)

ClickFree Wireless 500GB ($179)

The company's Backuplink technology allows the device to be plugged into a computer and perform an initial backup, when all settings will be found and configured, and backups are then done automatically. A 1TB version is also available for $249.

ClickFree Wireless 500GB ($179)

Toshiba Mini N305 ($379.99)

Sporting an Intel Atom N550 dual-core processor, this netbook also features a 250GB hard drive supported by Toshiba's Hard Drive Impact Sensor and includes a USB 2.0 port that enables users to charge devices when the unit is off or in sleep mode.

Toshiba Mini N305 ($379.99)

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