04/13/2010, We know that Best Buy will be offering the Flip SlideHD camcorder due to a leak previously, but don’t let that bit steal thunder away from Cisco’s official announcement of their new Flip SlideHD camcorder. It is capable of capturing video footage in 1,280 × 720 resolution, featuring 16GB of internal memory that is able to record up to 4 hours of video before you transfer everything over to your […]
04/11/2010, Details of Cisco’s Flip Slide HD camcorder have been surfacing incessantly over the past few days, so when a picture of the device actually appears, it really doesn’t seem to surprise us. Apparently a California Best Buy store has already sold the device for $279, and the owner has taken pictures of the device and receipt. Based on the pictures, you can see that there is a headphone jack and […]
03/31/2010, Cisco is looking to pair its wireless technology expertise alongside Flip Video’s simplicity-in-design approach, resulting in Valet, a new product line which aims to make home wireless simple and accessible for everyone. Valet hopes to transform how families use the Internet in their homes, lettign them enjoy the freedom of wireless access without having to go through the traditional frustration and complexity of setting up a home network. Basically home […]
03/10/2010, The Flip camera is meant for those who are just starting to delve into the world of digital video recording, and word has it that Cisco will be rolling out a new Flip camera, although there is no word on specifications. We would definitely want to see more functionalities thrown into the Flip range, as it is way too basic for our tastes, even for an entry-level device.
03/09/2010, Cisco is back with a bang, rolling out a new router packed with technology that they claim will “serve as the foundation of the next generation Internet.” This new release pays attention to the growing demands of video traffic on the Web as well as the need for more robust networking gear. Known as the CRS-3 Carrier Routing System, Cisco claims that this new device possesses at least a dozen […]
12/02/2009, Cisco Systems has just announced the FlipShare TV wireless distribution system officially, which isnt too long after it first surfaced in FCC filings sometime in late November. This device is able to transmit video signals between a computer and a TV, working just like their line of Flip camcorders where simplicity in design and functionality is concerned. The USB dongle is touted to work within a 200 foot radius – […]
11/19/2009, Cisco is set to roll out an all new Wi-Fi-enabled Flip digital camcorder sometime in the first half of next year onwards, taking advantage of Cisco’s own networking technology ever since it brought Pure Digital under its wings via a multi-million dollar deal earlier this year. There is very little word on specifications concerning this camcorder, but we do know that it will come with a large display that can […]
10/30/2009, Cisco has announced the FlipShareTV, although there is nothing on the release date and pricing information to date apart from a brief explanation of how it functions. “Previously recorded video, accessed on a computer via FlipShare software, is wirelessly streamed via the FlipShareTV USB stick to the small FlipShareTV box and controlled via remote.” Strangely enough, the FlipShareTV seems to take up much more physical space with a 3-piece set […]