Computex 2011 Show Coverage - Part 7


Aiptek & Aten Booths

Aiptek's Booth

Aiptek, if you recall our previous coverage in CES, was the first to get a 3D handheld camcorder in to the market.

To further their leadership and create traction from their momentum earlier this year, they've now got a full HD 3D digital video camcorder with the iH3. As its looks and build suggests, it's a proper prosumer camcorder that can capture both stills and videos in either 2D or 3D. It's accompanied by a 3.2-inch glass-less 3D panel for capturing and play back of content. It's recording format supports 3D playback on notebooks and PCs in the red/cyan format.

To complement the 3D capturing devices, here's a 3D multimedia player called the P8. Basically an advanced digital photo frame, it even has a built-in battery for portable use. And it goes without saying that the 8-inch screen plays 2D or 3D content without glasses by using the parallax barrier 3D technology.

 

Aten's Booth

The Aten CS1782A is of the more interesting KVM devices. It's an NVIDIA 3D Vision-ready dual-link DVI KVMP switch. Aten added a "P" to the KVM abbreviation which likely signifies it's more professional usage or that it's suitable for projection devices.

Here's a diagram from Aten to illustrate how it works. Aside from having the right equipment, the only difference is that you would plug the 3D glasses transmitting devices directly to the KVM switch.

Aten also recently incorporated Deskew technology to their KVM products that operate over long distances of Cat5/5e cables.