• May 24, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    As many of you know, I’m a full-time telecommuter. Although a portion of my work involves some travel, most days I am working from home, and a lot of that involves sitting on conference calls with colleagues and customers/partners.

    Until recently, much of that required that I be desk-bound.

    Anyone who has to work with VOIP and IP-based conferencing systems such as Skype, Microsoft Lync, Cisco WebEx and Citrix GoToMeeting knows that voice quality is everything if you’re going to have an effective business conversation.

    And that means using devices that typically tie you to your desk, such as a wired headset or an Bluetooth/USB speakerphone, such as the Plantronics Callisto, which I have and think is an excellent product.

    While there are many Bluetooth headsets and earpieces on the market which are perfectly suitable for mobile phone conversations, few are specifically optimized for use with PCs that have VOIP “Soft Phone” software, and do not deliver what I would regard as business critical voice quality.

    They are perfectly fine for short calls, but not ideal when you are on a VOIP conference for as much as an hour at a time, or even longer, particularly when you need to be an active participant and when paying close attention to who is speaking and the clarity of what you are saying is essential.

    As we all know about Bluetooth when it comes to audio streams, the farther you get away from the transceiver, the worse the audio gets. So it’s not practical to stray too far away from your PC.

    Logitech’s latest wireless headsets have been a total game changer for my personal work situation since I’ve been using them the last few months. I’ve been using the H820e stereo version which retails for $199 but can be found for considerably less.

    Installation and use of the headset is pretty straightforward — you plug the DECT 6.0 transmitter and charging base into a free USB port on your PC or Mac, and the AC power cord to power the base. The headset charges on the base when not in use, and has a built-in rechargeable battery.

    The operating system recognizes it automatically, and depending on the VOIP program you are using, you may need to alter the settings to use the headset as your primary audio device.

    If you’re familiar with the DECT 6.0 1.9Ghz wireless transmission standard, particularly if you have cordless phones in your house that use the technology, you know that you can get some pretty impressive range and not lose any voice quality. That’s exactly what the H820e headset gives you for VOIP calls.

    My home office is a good 60 feet away from my living room and around 75 feet from my “breakfast area” which has my espresso machine and a table which faces my outdoor patio and pool area with outdoor furniture which is about 100 feet or so away from the base transmitter.

    So regardless of what VOIP software I am using, and where I am in my house, I get the same crystal-clear voice quality as if I am sitting right in front of my PC. For example, this wearable computing podcast that I recorded with Rick Vanover of Veeam was actually done in my living room, while wearing the H820e using Skype.

    So the quality of the audio is without dispute. What about the overall design and using it?

    The H820e was designed for use for hours at a time. The stereo version is comfortable and after a while you forget you even have it on your head. While I am extremely pleased with the device, I have only a few nitpicks:

    First, the “Mute” button is attached to the microphone boom and is recessed back towards where the headphone is. It doesn’t stick prominently out, so you have to sort of feel your way up the boom to finding it.

    If you’re away from your PC and are not near the software controls of your VOIP client, and some sort of unplanned audio distraction occurs that you don’t want to be heard by everyone else, then it could take a few seconds to mute the audio while you fumble around with the boom. It would be better if in the next version of this product that they put it on the exterior side of the headphone holding the boom.

    It’s a minor annoyance but it’s still an annoyance nonetheless.

    The second is the boom mic’s sensitivity to airflow. Now, normally you don’t have a lot of “wind” in an indoor or office setting but in the summertime in Florida, I like to have a fan going in my office for better air circulation.

    If that fan is pointed directly at me, it sounds like I am in an outdoor breeze. And if you are actually outdoors (like sitting on my patio and having a cup of coffee) and a little bit of wind picks up, you’re going to hear it if the mic isn’t muted, no question.

    Also, if you are a heavy breather, you’ll probably want to have the boom twisted a lot farther away from your mouth than you think you need it.

    Despite what I would call these two minor nitpicks I think the H820e is an excellent product and I heartily reccomend it. I’ve also spent some time with their wired headset, the H650e on business trips with my laptop and also on my Surface RT using Skype and Lync, and the audio is just as high quality as the H820e, provided your bandwidth supports the fidelity of the connection.

    Not all telecommuting and conferencing is about audio, however. From time to time I do need to do video as well.

    My corporate laptop, my Lenovo X1 Carbon is a great little machine but its webcam isn’t its strong suit. When it’s docked to my monitor on my desk at home, I need something that delivers much more robust and HD-quality video.

    I’ve written about small busines and SOHO/workgroup video conferencing products before, like Logitech’s BCC950. While the BCC950 is an excellent product for small meeting rooms and for having three to five people on camera at once, it’s overkill for a telecommuter or just someone in a single office.

    Enter the Logitech C930e, a “Business” webcam. Like any other webcam it clips to the top of your monitor and plugs into your USB 2.0 or 3.0 port. But this is no ordinary webcam.

    At a street price of $129.00 it’s more expensive than Logitech’s consumer/prosumer webcam offerings, but there’s considerable enterprise-class video conferencing technology built-into this little device.

    First, provided your bandwidth supports it, the C930e can capture 1080p video (or 15MP stills) at 30 frames a second because it includes Scalable Video Coding using H.264 and UVC 1.5, the second of which is needed to be certified for use with corporate-grade video conferencing tools.

    Second, the camera has a 90-degree diagonal field of view so you get a widescreen capture of the subject without any “fish eye” distortion. You also get a Carl Zeiss lens and 4X digital zoom with software pan and tilt control, as well as built-in stereo microphones

    Logitech also offers the consumer-oriented C920 which is about $30 cheaper than the C930e, but it lacks the the Scalable Video Coding and UVC 1.5 capabilities used with corporate applications like Lync and Cisco UC and is more suited towards Skype and other consumer video applications like Google Hangouts. It also lacks the 90-degree FOV of its more expensive sibling.

    While the two cameras look very similar, they shouldn’t be confused with each other. If corporate video conferencing capability and quality is definitely what you need, you want the C930e.

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  • May 23, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    LG Electronics and Virgin Mobile USA announced that the LG Optimus F3 smartphone is available today from Virgin Mobile for $179.99 when purchased with a Beyond Talk™ monthly no-contract plan which offers unlimited data and messaging1starting at $35 per month2. This dynamic device features powerful performance, an advanced user experience and long battery life to provide exceptional connectivity and entertainment.

    The LG Optimus F3 comes equipped with everything users need to connect, share, create and manage their lives, including a sleek, user-friendly form factor, 4G LTE3 speed, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean), an LED Home Button with color-coded alerts – for notifications like missed events, incoming calls or texts from friends – and a long-lasting 2,460 mAh battery with up to 16 hours of talk time.

    Additionally, the LG Optimus F3 received ULE Platinum Certification, the highest level of environmental performance recognized by sustainable requirements established by UL Environment and Sprint, and is packaged in 100 percent recyclable materials.

    “In an always-connected world, users need a device that delivers an intuitive, user-friendly experience alongside solid all-day performance thanks to the strong battery,” said Georg Rasinski, director-Mobile Brand Management, LG Electronics USA. “The LG Optimus F3 from Virgin Mobile provides users with tools that enable greater self-expression, functionality and entertainment in conjunction with powerful hardware and 4G LTE speeds to match their daily needs.”

    “Virgin Mobile customers appreciate value for their wireless solutions,” said Mark Lederman, director-Virgin Mobile USA. “Adding the LG Optimus F3 further enhances Virgin Mobile’s strong smartphone portfolio and continues to offer choice and flexibility in consumers’ no-contract wireless plans.”

    Some of the compelling features of Optimus F3 include:

    Enhanced user experience: The LG Optimus F3 blends intelligent tools with collaborative sharing features that enable thoughtful self-expression and greater multitasking functionality. Users can also utilize QuickMemo™ to add their own creative commentary to pictures or screenshots with the swipe of a finger, then share it via social media, email or SMS. Another unique LG feature built into the user experience is Quick Translator, which allows users to translate words and phrases from 44 different languages into 64 native languages.

    Designed to inspire: The LG Optimus F3 also comes with a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with an LED flash that shoots 1080p Full HD video, as well as a front-facing camera that can be used for shooting self portraits or for video chat. It also comes packed with advanced camera features that let users edit their photos. The Beauty Shot feature gives users the ability to snap photos that enhance the appearance of the subject while Cheese Shot lets users take a voice-activated photo by simply saying “cheese.” Panorama Shot helps users to capture the entire scene in a single photo. The LG Optimus F3’s vivid 4-inch IPS display with durable Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2 provides accurate, true-to-life color, bringing photos and videos to life.

    Full list of features:

    • 4G LTE Network speed
    • Long-lasting 2,460 mAh battery with up to 16 hours talk time
    • Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
    • 1.2 GHz dual-core processor
    • Vivid 4-inch IPS display with durable Corning Gorilla® Glass 2
    • Share fun and personalized notes with VuTalk
    • Instant color-coded alerts with LED home button
    • 5 MP autofocus rear-facing camera with LED flash and advanced features
    • 1080p full HD video capture
    • VGA front-facing camera for self-portraits and video chat
    • QSlide 2.0™ advanced multitasking
    • Expressive QuickMemo™
    • SmartShare – share media wirelessly to DLNA®-enabled devices
    • Wi-Fi Direct™ file sharing
    • Live effects – capture video with fun and creative editing tools and backgrounds
    • Polaris® Viewer 4 – PC-like office suite app for viewing documents, presentations and spreadsheets
    • Android Beam to share content via NFC and Bluetooth technology
    • LG Tag+ – preset, individual phone profiles activated using NFC technology tags
    • Quiet Mode – specify times to disable notifications for calls and messages

    About Virgin Mobile USA

    Virgin Mobile USA offers millions of customers control, flexibility and connectivity through Virgin Mobile’s Beyond Talk™ No-Contract plans with unlimited 3G data, and available 4G data speeds for mobile phone service, including Android™-powered smartphones and for prepaid Broadband2Go high-speed Web access on the Nationwide Sprint Network. Virgin Mobile Beyond Talk monthly unlimited data plans, which start at $35, are ideal for those smartphone users hungry for the most connectivity and the least amount of voice minutes. Virgin Mobile-branded devices are available at more than 40,000 retail stores, including Target, Walmart, Best Buy and RadioShack. Top-Up cards are available at approximately 150,000 locations nationwide. Experience Virgin Mobile on the Web at Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, and purchase Virgin Mobile USA products athttp://www.virginmobileusa.com.

    About LG Electronics USA

    LG Electronics USA, Inc., based in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., is the North American subsidiary of LG Electronics, Inc., a $45 billion global force and technology leader in consumer electronics, home appliances and mobile communications. In the United States, LG Electronics sells a range of stylish and innovative mobile phones, home entertainment products, home appliances, and air conditioning systems and energy solutions, all under LG’s “Life’s Good” marketing theme. LG Electronics is a 2013 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year. For more information, please visitwww.lg.com.

    1 Includes 2.5GB per month of high-speed data. Adaptive protocol video limited to 3G speeds. When mobile hotspot add-on purchased (only for select plans/devices), data usage is total combined device and hotspot data use.
    2 Service on Virgin Mobile USA is subject to acceptance of certain terms and conditions.
    3 4G LTE coverage is not available in all markets

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  • May 19, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Acnodes Corporation is proud to release its new fanless touch panel PC, FPC8759. Powered by high performance Atom D2550 Dual-Core 1.86GHz processor and NM10 chipset with two DDR3 SO-DIMM sockets for up to 4GB system memory, FPC8759 ensures adequate performance for end-users while consumes small amounts of power. It’s equipped with a 21.5 inch widescreen projected capacitive multi-touch screen with 1080P Full HD resolutions, ideal for interactive kiosk and control panel for machine in a variety of commercial and industrial applications. Rich I/O ports including dual Ethernet, four serial ports, four USB ports, mini PCI-E connector to support wireless networking modules, VGA port and audio (Mic-in, Line-out) port, provide excellent peripheral connectivity. It supports standard operating systems such as Windows 7, Window XP, Window XP Embedded, and Linux.

    Ultra Slim design, with 48 mm thick console, PC features aluminum die-casting chassis and front panel that tested to IP65 water and dust resistant standard. While FPC8759 has an elegant and modern appearance, it is also capable of operating in environments with temperatures ranging from 32°F to 95°F (0°C to +35°C) and relative humidity of 20% to 85%. FPC8759 supports both VESA and panel mounting enables easy installation in various applications with confined spaces. To fulfill different application needs and to secure the system from power input change, the system accepts an 8V to 36V wide range DC power input.

    Our product line configurations are illustrated on our web site at Acnodes.com. However, most of the commercial and industrial computers are custom built to customer’s exact requirements. Contact us via e-mail: info(at)acnodes(dot)com or telephone (1-909-597-7588) for more information.

    About Acnodes
    Acnodes manufactures, designs, and markets industrial computers and display solutions for diverse industries ranging from automation to military. We have an array of technological innovations in the area of rack mount servers, embedded computers, Panel PC’s and rugged monitors that create simpler and more valuable products to the customers. We work closely with our clients to customize computer products to meet their required projects and challenges. Acnodes strives to explore new technologies to better improve life and work.

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  • May 16, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Tempting appearance u6-436-AsusAsus MX279H is one variant of the monitor into the first ranks of Designo MX Series.Hal that steal the show are performances that are the focus of this series.

    Rely on the screen with a thin bezel, this LCD monitor performed beautifully accented with metal bar which also serves as the setting panel on the bottom right side. Circular buffer is designed as though the actual form of metal plastic.

    The buttons are there on the Asus MX279H, although there are physical, but it just needs to be touched. True, Asus chose to use the touch buttons on the LCD monitor with a diagonal screen size of 27 ˝ this. The arrangement itself is quite comprehensive, ranging from the standard setting brightness, contrast, until saturation. There is also the selection of presets like Scenery, Theater, Game, Night View, and in which each of these presets you can still set it again.

    In terms of connectivity, this Asus monitor provides two HDMI ports, a single D-Sub 15pin port, and two audio ports (Headphone Out and Line In). Asus nullify the decision and choose the DVI connector HDMI connector types may recall this now more popular and is found in many devices. Interesting features contained in this MX279H Asus Asus SonicMaster is in charge of presenting the best sound for the class of integrated speakers on the monitor.

    At PCplus testing for the audio quality, speaker Bang and Olufsen ICEpower sound produces above average speaker monitor in general. The audio system can not replace a desktop audio system, especially if you expect thumping bass. Power output or volume is enough to fill the room. So for everyday use such as watching streaming video or simply listen to soft music, the sound produced by Asus PCplus MX279H sufficient.

    Asus uses AH-IPS panel type on MX279H to provide a good quality display. Panel is fairly dark frame design make it blend with the screen so that the state of death, this LCD monitor looks completely frameless. Facilitate the availability of several presets that you do not want to mess around with these settings and it. In general appearance was good, with the brightness and contrast level is fairly good. However, PCplus found that the saturation level of the monitor is a bit high, so as to obtain the best view, PCplus suggest to keep it set.

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  • May 15, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Like the models in the fashion world, most outstanding ultrabook now prioritizes slimness of the body and a pretty view. However, these physical characteristics will result in a collision or vulnerable laptop face hostile weather conditions. That try to overcome this shortcoming by presenting a Lenovo T430 repeated his version into the ThinkPad series T430u.

    Well, now ultrabook models (ThinkPad T430u) comes with the typical specifications of mobile devices are lightweight and power-saving. Examine the “u” as a marker ultrabook segment here. Series that we try (type 3351-7DA) contains an Intel Core i5-3317U 1.7 GHz, 4GB of main memory, and a 500GB hard disk. Also added a 4GB SSD for ultrabook-style get fast booting.

    As general character ultrabook, the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u only include a little plug. This device only provides two USB 3.0 ports, LAN, HDMI, and DisplayPort. This device also has a wireless card slot that can be used to access the internet via a 3G connection. The slot itself is at the back of the laptop is sailing 14 ˝. The bottom of the laptop is also surprisingly easy to open with a special slot (no screwdriver) making it easier for you to upgrade components.

    T430u also comes standard Thinkpad features such as finger print reader and an Anti-Theft technology from Intel. However, the laptop weighs 1.9 kg making it a lure is physical endurance-tested to military standards. This test requires the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u resistant to shock, dust, extreme temperatures, up to a humid environment. This is why this Ultrabook casing made slightly thicker (2.2 cm) with glass fiber plastic material to reinforce the cover.

    To beautify the inside, Lenovo makes keyboad in design they call the Island-style that stood out. To give the impression of a minimalist, physical buttons for volume settings, wireless, and such removed. Instead, the available combination on the keyboard. Continue to be included on this keyboard also typical ThinkPad trackpoint. With lithiumpolymer 4220mAh battery, the laptop can be used for seven hours continuously.

    Given its performance, the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u ultrabook par with most other equivalent. However, it seems to make a strong design-based Windows 8 Pro laptop is becoming prominent. This product is perfect for fans looking for a ThinkPad ultrabook or resilient.

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  • May 14, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    LG Display has just showcased its newest display panel product that is claimed as a full HD panel for the world’s thinnest smartphone. By using the LCD panel, the size of a smartphone can be pressed into thinner again.

    LCD panels are not only super-thin size. The panel also makes it easy to hold plus better screen quality. This panel has a size of 2.3 millimeters thick bezel is not less than 2.2 millimeters.

    Currently, LG Display provides the panel with a size up to 5.2 inches. This panel is also claimed to improve the quality of the screen brightness as compared with the other panel on the market. This panel has RGB with 535 points nits brightness to its highest point.

    Parties LG also said that they will continue to develop the LCD panel. By doing so, the LG can make a smartphone and tablet products with super slim size.

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  • HP Envy Rove: Tablet-PC 20-inch with Intel Haswell

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    May 13, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Are you ready to welcome the era of jumbo-sized tablet PC? After Asus Transformer comes with AIO, now turn to HP HP Envy Rove is ready to market, its latest tablet PC that can also act as an AIO PC that was introduced in May 2013 ago.
    HP Envy HP Envy Rove rove 1: 20 inch Tablet PC With Intel Haswell tablet pc news pc desktop computer
    HP Envy Rove: Tablet PC 20 inch with Intel Haswell
    Rove HP Envy 20-inch size is quite large compared to most of the tablet PC on the market today. If you think to ask her mobility, you should be thinking twice about doing it. Because, in addition to having the extra large screen is also fairly heavy weight is about 5.4 kg. Similar to the average weight of a multimedia laptop.

    Touch screen IPS panel which has been put on comes with a resolution of 1600 × 900 pixels. To conjure into an AIO-PC, the back of the HP Envy Rove has been equipped with a set of legs as well as the wireless keyboard and mouse that comes in the sales package.
    Running the Windows 8 operating system, HP Envy Rove performance processors rely fourth-generation Intel Core i3 (Intel Haswell) with 4GB of RAM support. And considering the HP Envy Rove can converted into an AIO PC, the capacity of storage space also comes with hybrid models that combine performance with 8GB SSD and HDD are very roomy 1TB capacity. This combination will be used to speed up Windows boot process.
    To connect with other devices available a variety of connectivity options such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet port, SD memory card slot, USB port 2.0,3 USB 3.0 ports and has received support Intel WiDi (Wireless Display) which can be useful to share the screen.
    HP Envy Rove has now come to the American market with a price of around U.S. $ 980. And while there has been no word on whether this jumbo tablet PC will be available in Indonesia.

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  • Leap Motion Controller, Great Hardware in Search of Great Software

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    May 11, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware, Software

    By now, we all know what the future will be like; movies and TV shows have described it in detail. We know about the flying cars (thank you, “Blade Runner”), holograms (thank you, “Star Trek”) and robot butlers (thank you, “Jetsons”).

    The Leap Motion Controller is a solution in search of a problem: its hardware is simple, but it needs a killer app.

    So when will we really get those technologies? Probably on the 11th of “Don’t hold your breath.”

    There is, however, one exception. As of this week, you can buy your own little piece of “Minority Report” and “Iron Man”: controlling your computer by making hand motions in the air.

    The Internet has been buzzing about the much-delayed Leap Motion Controller ($80) since its first public demonstrations over a year ago. Imagine controlling on-screen objects just by reaching into empty space, just like Tom Cruise! Imagine gesture recognition just like Microsoft’s Kinect game controller, but on a much smaller, more precise scale! Imagine the future, plugged into a USB jack on the Mac or Windows PC you own today!

    The Leap Motion sensor is beautiful, tiny and self-contained. If Wrigley’s ever comes out with a Juicy Fruit Designer Pack, it might look like this: a sleek, glass-and-aluminum slab (1.2 by 3 by 0.5 inches), with nonskid rubber on the bottom. A single USB cable (both a long one and a short one come in the box) stretches away to your computer; a light comes on when it’s working.

    (Please note that Leap Motion has nothing to do with Leap Pad, the children’s toy. That gadget is educational in a completely different way.)

    If you have a desktop computer, you put the sensor between your screen and keyboard. If it’s a laptop, you park it on the desk just in front of the keyboard. Soon, Leap says, you’ll be able to buy a PC from H.P. or Asus that has the sensor built right in.You download the Leap software, and presto: a somewhat buggy tutorial instructs you to insert your hands into the space — an invisible two-foot cube — that’s monitored by the Leap’s cameras and infrared sensors.

    This device is like the Kinect in that it recognizes body parts in space. But not only is the Leap far smaller and less expensive, it’s also far more precise. According to the company, it can detect the precise positions of all 10 of your fingers simultaneously, with a spatial accuracy to a 100th of a millimeter — 200 times as accurate as the Kinect.

    And remember, the Leap adds gesture recognition not to your TV, but to your computer. A machine that can run millions of different programs for all different purposes. Games, sure, but also office work. Creative work. Communication. Entertainment. Surely this little wonder is a very big deal.

    Unfortunately, it’s not. The Leap’s hardware may be simple, attractive and coherent — but its software is scattershot, inconsistent and frustrating.

    The first crushing disappointment is that no software recognizes your hand motions unless it’s been specially written, or adapted, for use by the Leap.

    There are 75 such apps already on the Leap’s app store, Airspace; some are free, some cost a few dollars. Not all work on both Mac and Windows.

    Most are games. In the best of them, you control the action in 3-D space, just as with the Kinect but without having to stand up. For example, Boom Ball ($5) is the classic Breakout game, where you try to knock out bricks by bouncing a ball against them — but your paddle is attached to your finger in vertical space.

    In Disney’s clever Sugar Rush ($2), a spin off from the “Wreck-It Ralph” movie, you bake yourself a racing car shaped like a wedge of cake, and then steer it by holding both sides of an invisible steering wheel. When you play Dropchord ($3), you hold two index fingers out in space; you’re defining a line between them that you use to slice dots and avoid X’s. Cut the Rope is here, too (free).

    There are some interesting music-making programs, which makes sense, since hand motions are generally associated with playing instruments. Air Harp ($1) is just what it sounds like. Chordion Conductor is a sweet-sounding arpeggiator (generates music from chords you select).

    A few simple educational apps are available, like Molecules (rotate molecules on the screen; free), Cyber Science 3D (pull apart a skull; free) and Frog Dissection (you guessed it; $4).

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  • Toshiba’s New Laptop To Launch 6 Various Segments

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    May 8, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    As one of the leading computer brands in the world and the country, the presence of Toshiba products are always eagerly anticipated. Located at the hotel Le Meridien, Jakarta, Toshiba introduces 6 new laptop that has a captivating design.
    For the market segment under 5 million, Toshiba has prepared two products namely Satellite C40 and L40. For series C, there are several options that Intel Celeron processor, AMD E, and A Series. The screen size can also be selected, between 14 inches and 15.6 inches. While the Satellite L comes in the form of a lightweight and stylish, with a body thickness of only 24mm. For multimedia, L40 is equipped Onkyo stereo speakers and options available in the NVIDIA GPU.
    On it, there are Satellite S40 that incorporates a 14-inch touch screen with a sleek design. With a touch of ice metal silver aluminum layer, S40 look beautiful and smart. Intelligence looks at the preformance specifications, such as the inclusion of NVIDIA GeForce GT740M graphics card with 2GB VRAM, Onkyo speakers, DTS, as well as a choice of Intel 3rd generation and 4th generation. Toshiba Satellite S40t of the market price of 8 million dollars.
    On it, there are Satellite S40 that incorporates a 14-inch touch screen with a sleek design. With a touch of ice metal silver aluminum layer, S40 look beautiful and smart. Intelligence looks at the preformance specifications, such as the inclusion of NVIDIA GeForce GT740M graphics card with 2GB VRAM, Onkyo speakers, DTS, as well as a choice of Intel 3rd generation and 4th generation. Toshiba Satellite S40t of the market price of 8 million dollars.

    Multimedia laptop fans, will be pampered with Qosmio X70 is no less powerful than a desktop PC. Series gaming laptop lineup presents a Full HD 17.3-inch screen, an Intel Core 4th generation (Haswell), 1TB hard drive, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX770M (3GB GDDR5 VRAM). For the best sound quality, Qosmio X70 uses four speakers harman kardon with slipstream technology and DTS Sound Studio. With all these advantages, Toshiba’s confident enough to include in the figure the price tag of 23 million dollars.

    Multimedia laptop fans, will be pampered with Qosmio X70 is no less powerful than a desktop PC. Series gaming laptop lineup presents a Full HD 17.3-inch screen, an Intel Core 4th generation (Haswell), 1TB hard drive, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX770M (3GB GDDR5 VRAM). For the best sound quality, Qosmio X70 uses four speakers harman kardon with slipstream technology and DTS Sound Studio. With all these advantages, Toshiba’s confident enough to include in the figure the price tag of 23 million dollars.

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  • SanDisk High Speed ​​Storage Media Presents For Gadget Users

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    May 7, 2019 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Commemorating the birthday-25, SanDisk has officially released some high-speed storage media to the needs of the users of the gadget. Storage media products released today include the SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0, SanDisk Extreme MicroSDHC / microSDXC, SanDisk Extreme SDHC / SDXC and SSD SanDisk Extreme II.

    SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 is flash with support for USB 3.0 connection. This flash has a data transfer rate of up to approximately 80MB/detik and has been equipped with SanDisk SecureAccess to secure data on it based passcode. SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 is available in 16GB and 64GB capacities with prices ranging from Rp155.000 to Rp595.000.

    For the category of memory cards, SanDisk Extreme comes MicroSDHC / microSDXC and SanDisk Extreme SDHC / SDXC aimed at users of smartphones or other gadgets such as pocket cameras. Extreme SanDisk MicroSDHC / microSDXC UHS 1 technology comes with the highest read speeds currently on the market is up and write speeds of up to 80MB/detik 50MB/detik. The memory card is also designed to support features waterproof, shock resistant, resistant X-Rays rays and has supported SanDisk Rescue Pro software is useful to restore an image or video file if deleted. Extreme SanDisk MicroSDHC memory cards / microSDXC available in capacities of 16GB to 64GB with a price tag ranging from Rp289.000 to Rp1.099.000. +

    Also available is a SanDisk Extreme SDHC memory card / SDXC aimed mirrorless or DSLR camera users. Just like version micronya, SanDisk Extreme SDHC also have reading speed up to 80MB/detik. For capacity SanDisk Extreme SDHC / SDXC comes in capacities of 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.

    And the latter for computing devices, SanDisk Extreme II SSD is present. This SSD has read speeds up to 550MB/detik and write speeds up to 510MB/detik with a more efficient electricity consumption electricity were. To have SanDisk Extreme II SSD is available in capacities of 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB.

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