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New Video Equipment: Mini Sentry Case to deter theft|Roland CD-2e|Desktop Network Storage

New Gear: CalVideo's Sentry Case is designed to deter theft of video equipment with 108db alarm. Recording studio runs on 6-AA batteries.

CalVideo

CalVideo's Sentry Case is designed to deter theft of equipment at a location shoot, with removable handles and a steel cable that can be attached to any stationary object. Failing that, the unit's 108dB alarm sounds if the cases is lifted or opened, or if the cable is cut or unplugged from the case.
www.thesentrycase.com
Suggested Retail Price:
$499





Roland

Roland's CD-2e allows recording to either CD-Digital Audio or to SD or SDHC cards up to 8GB in capacity. The device is less than 3 pounds, approximately 2 inches thick and can run on 6 AA batteries. Additionally, playback modes are available to change key, pitch and tempo.
www.www.rolandus.com
Suggested Retail Price:
$699





Netgear

Netgear's ReadyNAS Duo Gigabit Desktop Network Storage devices are available in 500GB, 750GB and 1TB configurations. Each NAS ships with a single drive and one more SATA drive can be added to each unit. The data can be accessed by Windows machines, Macs and Unix machines.
www.netgear.com
Suggested Retail Price:
Starting at $499





Tags:  May 2008
Charles
Fulton
Thu, 05/01/2008 - 12:00am