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Thursday, October 07, 2004
Waitec IXO 334

1. Introduction

Waitec IXO 334 Review, Dimitrios Tolios, October 2004

Review based on a production Waitec IXO 334 model

Introduction

Waitec is a European company based in the Netherlands producing various multimedia devices and CD/DVD recording drives and media. Looking forward to advance their digital camera products further than the “Caddy” line featuring cheap CMOS sensors, so they introduced the IXO line of products and the IXO 334, featuring a 3.34MP CCD sensor and a 2x optical zoom lens, in a slim body.

Though many digital camera manufacturers have introduced models featuring 6,7 and 8MP sensors, 3.3MP sensors are more than adequate to provide nice rendered images for everyday use. Can features like the included Li-Ion battery help the IXO 334 stand against the intense competition in its category?




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