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3M monitor detects 20 points at once

Posted in 3M by Conner Flynn on June 14th, 2010

3M, the Post It Note and technology company has recently shown off its 22″ touch-sensitive monitor which is capable of detecting up to 20 points simultaneously. So you can get extremely hands on with this one.

This 3M monitor is the M2256PW, which comes with a projected capacitive touch panel and three capacitive chips for detection purposes, with a response time of no longer than 6ms and a resolution of 1,680 x 1,050 pixels. It should hit the market for $1,500. That’s enterprise markets, not the home user market.

3M Shows off USB 3.0 powered monitor

Posted in 3M by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2010

We’ve seen USB-powered displays, but those weren’t powered by USB 3.0. 3M has unveiled some new monitor technology, by showing off an 18.5-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display powered by dual USB 3.0 ports. USB 3.0 has 5Gbit bandwidth, so it is much better at high-definition pictures, compared to the 480Mbits for USB 2.0.

Two USB 3.0 ports are used because a single USB 3.0 port offers 7W, while this monitor needs 8W. It’s looking like we will all be using USB displays like this in the future.

3M MPro150 pocket projector is small and portable

Posted in 3M by Shane McGlaun on January 7th, 2010

Projectors for a long time were large boxy devices that had to be carried around in their own case to keep them safe. This was a huge pain for users who had to use projectors to give presentations frequently. Thankfully, the smaller pocket and pico projectors started coming out that reduced the size of the average projector considerably.

3M has unveiled a new pocket projector at CES called the MPro150 that can throw a 50-inch image and has 15 lumens of brightness. That isn’t going to cut it in bright rooms. The projector has 1GB of internal storage allowing presentations to be uploaded directly to the device.

CES 2010: 3M unveils 10-finger multitouch LCD

Posted in 3M by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

3M is more than just scotch tape and to prove it they’ve announced a new multitouch LCD at CES 2010. The 3M Display M2256PW is a 22-inch, high def multitouch LCD for professionals with a resolution of 1680 x 1050. Professionals meaning anyone who needs up to 10-finger input with fast response time.

Tom Cruise will want to check it out to practice for a minority Report sequel. The Windows 7-compatible display features DVI and VGA video inputs, an audio input, and USB ports. 3M is all set to show off some conceptual applications that they currently have in development for the platform at CES as well, which should be interesting.

New laptop Privacy Screens from 3M

Posted in 3M by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2009

New laptop Privacy Screen from 3M3M wants you to have some privacy and so they are offering a new laptop privacy screen with “unmatched data protection alongside increased image clarity”. It allows you to do your work in privacy even when in crowded spaces like on a plane.

The 3M Gold Privacy Filters offer protection for all of your sensitive data on your laptop with a reflective gold screen when viewed from the side. It also features a glossy surface for sharper and brighter text and images without blurring or distortion. This way only you know that you are looking at a My Little Pony fansite.

3M’s nuclear grade duct tape is serious stuff

Posted in 3M by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2009

3M’s nuclear grade duct tape is serious stuffYou wouldn’t want to be tied up with this stuff, that’s for sure. Most guys know that duct tape is great to have around as it has unlimited uses in all sorts of situations. But up until now we really haven’t had a stronger version of the stuff. Well, 3M’s nuclear-grade duct tape is strong.

Believe it or not, 3M’s Performance Plus Duct Tape is designed for use in nuclear power plants. It works at temperatures of up to 200 degrees and can be removed without leaving residue. Not enough? It’s also waterproof, and you can write on it easier. And it’s even available to you and me for just $14 a roll.

3M introduces palm-sized Micro Projector

Posted in 3M by Shane McGlaun on December 2nd, 2008

3M Micro Projector MPro110One of the ways for fans of mobile multimedia like movies and personal video on the go can view content on a larger screen is with a small projector. Some day mobile phones will have projectors built-in, but until then 3M has a perfect projector for someone looking for a very portable unit.

The projector is called the 3M MPro110 and is one of the tiniest projectors ever made. It measures in at a mere 115mm x 50mm x 22mm (L x W x H) and weighs 152g. Despite the small size, the projector can throw an image of 5-inches to 50-inches and offers a resolution of 640 x 480.