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Posted 01/08/19
At CES 2019, Canon proved that it can integrate more than just cameras and camcorders into the smart home. The PIXMA TS702 wireless photo printer features both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity for network printing, plus AirPrint, which allows you to print directly from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. It can print photos and documents ranging in sizes from 3.5 x 3.5" to 8.5 x 14", supports borderless printing up to 8.5 x 11", and has automatic two-sided duplex printing. You can also scan and print documents with your compatible iOS or Android device using the Canon Print Inkjet/SELPHY app. On the other side of the home office spectrum is the new Rayo S1 projector, which features a built-in 2-hour battery that charges via USB and a palm-sized design, making it easy to carry around for on-the-go presentations or movie watching. Integrated Wi-Fi lets you mirror your smartphone, and the onboard Android OS and 4GB of storage let you download a variety of well-known apps. The top-mounted touchpad and familiar Android Home, App, and Back buttons help you navigate the OS. Additionally, the Canon Camera Connect app is built-in, so you can show photos and videos directly from a supported device. Top of Form
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Posted 02/20/20
We test the new Mac Pro, showing you its specs, layout, and expandability. Then, we test the 2019 Mac Pro against the 2013 model while exporting in Premiere Pro CC. What do you think of Apple's new Mac Pro 2019? Learn more at B&H Explora:- Apple's 2019 Mac Pro: The Ultimate Photo Workstation- 5 Reasons Why the Mac Pro is Prime for Pro Audio- Mac Pro: Complete Solutions to Ace High-End Video Production
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Posted 01/07/19
Jake Estes and the B&H crew traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada to partake in CES 2019. They will be here all week, so stay tuned for the latest product announcements, in-depth booth tours, and all things tech from companies including Sony, Panasonic, Canon, MSI, ASUS, Nikon, Samsung, LG, HP, DJI, and more.
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