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MultiMedia Moves to the Notebook

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MultiMedia Moves to the Notebook

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Scenario, Inc. has introduced its new line of DynaVision MultiMedia Notebooks. These notebooks feature a fast, internal CD-ROM drive and full-featured internal sound card. All of Scenario's DynaVision MultiMedia notebooks are fully MPC compatible.

Scenario's DynaVision line is also fully Sound Blaster and Ad-lib compatible. Users can record and play back digital audio, allowing an attorney, for example, to record a deposition and play it back as needed in the course of a case. MIDI sound files can be created and replayed on the DynaVision notebook's on-board, internal, FM synthesizer. A 15 pin MIDI port also lets users plug in an external synthesizer.

DynaVision notebooks offer up to 200 MB of hard disk storage, a high density internal floppy drive and an optional PCMCIA card (for future expandibility) in addition to the internal 660 MB CD-ROM drive. Users can download information from the CD-ROM drive and save it to the internal hard disk or floppy drives or export it via the internal Fax or printer. The DynaVision can also support CD XA and the new Photo CD Standard from Kodak.

Scenario's DynaVision line offers two internal displays: an Active-Matrix, 256 color and a high contrast 64 grey scale monochrome. Both offer resolution up to 640x480 internal and 1024x768 external. When presenting to an audience, a user can plug in an external monitor, large screen TV, or overhead VGA projector and run it simultaneously with an internal display during presentation. …

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