Longevity key for Discovery

To put more power into video games so they run much faster, "Group Mag has doubled the kick of its video cards to 128 from last year's 64," says Hazem Abou-Nabout, marketing representative, Group Mag.

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By  Jason Saundalkar Published  September 29, 2005

To put more power into video games so they run much faster, "Group Mag has doubled the kick of its video cards to 128 from last year's 64," says Hazem Abou-Nabout, marketing representative, Group Mag. "It is innovative, powerful and engineered with advanced stability for those whose graphic needs include creativity and productivity in business, education, entertainment and production," explains Nabout. "It is marketed under the brand name Discovery." Catering to the need of regional customers, the firm has also taken pains to create instruction manuals and menus for its 10-megapixel digital camera in Arabic, Persian and Urdu. The firm reckons it's one of the few to do this and claims that most of its rivals only offer European language support. The DDC-4801 also offers movie, voice-recorder, webcam and mass storage functionality. "Thanks to its simple operations and high quality components you'll want to shoot more and more. It's so compact that you'll want to carry it everywhere. And weighing in at 90 grammes this slip of a camera packs a punch of much larger competitors," smiles Nabout. The digital camera can store movies in AVI file format with CIFs being done at 30fps (frames per second). Going the VGA format route, frame rates drop to 15fps. The camera also offers 4x optical zoom and 16x digital zoom.

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