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Product Review: EZAV's Remora and Remora GT Micro-Computers

By Jody Thomas
RemoraAudiovisual dealers are continually searching the for the ideal compact presentation solution. With the flurry at INFOCOMM 2001 around projectors with integrated computers, and presentation solutions designed for use with a PDA, the underlying fact is that these solutions are often underpowered for today's most multimedia-intensive presentations. Many presenters start developing presentations, and before long, they end up with a presentation that is over 10MB in size, contains numerous sound effects or audio tracks, and has motion graphics on every other slide.

Remora Micro-PC

For many presenters, the compromise of not having to carry a computer in exchange for a simpler presentation is an acceptable one. For others, carrying a powerful laptop computer for critical presentations is an absolute must. Many audiovisual dealers realize that today's laptop computers are often too complex and too bulky to be paired with a two to five pound projector (there's some irony in this statement somewhere). Addressing the issues of laptop screen resolutions, activating an external display port, dealing with unwanted or un-needed capabilities and the generally short life span of specific models would discourage many a dealer from providing laptop computers with their projectors for rental applications or packaged solutions for resale.

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