Princeton Presents Duo Monitor 17 Inches White-Black With 4 Backlit That Conserve Electricity Consumption As much as 25%
LG Electronics Japan likely will soon add to the power line of ultra-wide LCD monitors as the flagship model of the new duo will Dihadirkannya in the near future.
Both models of 29-inch LCD monitor LG is an ultra-wide shared a cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio, accompanied by a support that can be adjusted height. LG 29EA73-P has a size of 699.7 × 387.0 × 197.2mm and weighs 5.9kg, while the LG 29EB73-P has a size of 699.7 × 395.3 × 225.0mm and weighs 6.9kg.
Despite having the size and weight of different devices, the LG monitor both models are equally supported by screen resolution 2560 × 1080 pixels with 16.7 million colors display. Not to mention the multiple input terminals that contributed equally complementary, ie: DVI-D (Dual-Link), HDMI × 2 (MHL × 1), Display Port, USB hub (Up × 1/DownUSB3.0 × 2, USB2 .0 × 1), Audio input.
Besides compatible with MHL, there are two models have the same 7W +7 W stereo speakers built-in and 4-Screen Split function that can divide the screen into four segments.
Subject availability alone, LG 29EA73-P will be released in early August 2013, while LG 29EB73-P in early September.
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Princeton Presents Duo Monitor 17 Inches White-Black With 4 Backlit That Conserve Electricity Consumption As much as 25%
Intel aggressively promote thin laptop “Ultrabook” which recently has begun equipped with a touch screen. Products “2-in-1 ‘was introduced, with various forms of” magic “that can be changed from laptop to tablet and vice versa.
But all of that as not enough to subvert the glory of Apple’s MacBook Air as the pioneer and the most sought after consumer thin laptops, at least for the U.S. market.
In Uncle Sam’s, as revealed by research agency NPD report cited by Cnet, controlled 56 percent of the MacBook Air slim laptop sales during the first five months of 2013.
The remaining 44 percent is divided between partners-manufacturers Intel Ultrabook.
The latest generation MacBook Air (model 2013) also received positive feedback thanks to the durability of the battery reaches a dozen hours and expected to help maintain the market dominance of these devices in a thin laptop.
It should be noted that the battery life of the MacBook Air in 2013 made possible by the Core 4th Generation of Intel. Thus, the processor manufacturers also benefit from the success of the MacBook Air.
But stronghold Windows laptop was not keep silent. In last week’s Build conference, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that the hybrid device (2-in-1) with touch screen feature will eliminate the need to carry laptops and tablets separately.
On the other hand, Apple considers that the touchscreen is more suitable to be applied to the iPad than a laptop. Most consumers seem to agree.
JAKARTA – For those of you who are struggling in the world of photography, the image quality would be a desire. Not only in terms of technique but also capture the final result of the mold. To provide excellent print results and long lasting in all colors, HP re-introduced HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer.
This hardware has the advantage of producing excellent print results, durable and waterproof photo paper, fine art paper and special paper that can last up to 200 years, especially in terms of color. It has also received recognition from Willhelm Imaging Research who has given certification.
“With the HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer will create color prints and black and white with gallery-class quality efficiently,” said Lydia Budiarto March as the HP Designjet Development Manager-Printing and Graphic Solution Business Systems Group HP Persinal launch in Indonesia in Jakarta, Tuesday (07.02.2013).
HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer brings to 12 ink printing system, using HP Vivera pigment inks, and also features HP 73 Chromatic Red Ink that enables up to 95 percent PANTONE coverage. In addition, this photo printer machine also offers the features of the HP Color Center that allows users to obtain color calibration da accurate profiling.
Not only that, with the spectrophotometer and features HP DreamColor technologies that have been integrated in this device, users can also easily develop a profile of the International Color Consortium (ICC) to make documents easily and send them to devices other HP Designjet Z3200.
Smartphones today are able to facilitate human needs must have a very high performance. So that mobile devices require a lot of power. So many smartphone manufacturers are promoting their products with a battery that can last a long time one of them is the iPhone.
IPhone devices manufactured by Apple is continuing to develop its technological capabilities. Recently they have patented the a new technology that can extend the device battery iPhone.
Reported by Apple Insider, the technology works by stalking or studying user behavior patterns smartphone during a certain period. Power consumption is adjusted based on the user’s habits in a way like turning off the hardware components, reducing the frequency, up to date email, and services that consume the data, close the software, thereby maximizing battery life.
If the regular iPhone user is traveling from 7 pm to 9 am, then sleep at 11, then the smartphone will notice the pattern with an automated way to cut power consumption at these times
Savings of Apple’s technology also involves a means of determining the location via GPS. Knowing the outcome smartphone anywhere casual users to charge the battery and when the battery is estimated to last up charging locations hereinafter, if not the austerity measures will be carried out.
Ironically, this technology utilizing the GPS service, which is one factor draining the battery on a modern smartphone. Patent application on the technology in question has been filed by Apple last year. Although it was not clear whether the will actually be implemented in the final product, may be the next generation iPhone will be able to study the behavior of the user to save the battery.
JAKARTA – Toshiba introduced the latest generation ultrabook, named “Portege Z10t”. This super-thin notebook is presented in order to meet the needs of professionals who require a technology to carry anywhere but still stylish.
Channel Manager of the Computer Systems Division of Toshiba Singapore Pte. Ltd., Albert Susilo, said that now the tablet has become a popular gadget. Many of the professionals who always move with a laptop and a tablet.
“This is why we re-present the latest generation of ultrabook Portege Z10t, which has two dual function,” said Albert the introduction Portege Z10t in Jakarta, Thursday (4/7).
This Ultrabook has advantages over its predecessor, which is designed with a water-resistant keyboard. “Water resistant up to 55 ml, both mineral water, coffee, tea to sodas,” said Senior Manager Marketing Service Toshiba Singapore, Tay Choon Song.
Portege Z10t is a 11.6-inch touch screen notebook with full HD IPS, which has a dual function. Weighing just 850 grams and a thickness of 24 millimeters, Portege Z10t notebook can function as well as tablets.
With 4GB of RAM, Portege Z10t available in two sophisticated processors, the Intel i5 and i7. Unfortunately, Toshiba Portege Z10t only just released in a choice of colors, namely gray metallic.
In that event, also introduced also a special gaming laptop, the Qosmio X70. Latop which was created specifically for the game lovers is equipped with Nvidia GeForce GTX770M graphics technology, the memory capacity of up to 1TB. “This is an extreme laptop for enthusiast gamers,” added Tay Choon Song.
The ARM Cortex-M series processor was manufactured with SuVolta’s Deeply Depleted Channel (DDC) technology on a 65 nm bulk planar CMOS DDC process. With SuVolta’s transistor technology, designers are able to reduce power or improve performance, depending upon design requirements.
“ARM’s heritage is based on low power, so technologies that can further improve power consumption, such as DDC technology from SuVolta, will always be welcomed by ARM and our Partners,” said Noel Hurley, vice president, Strategy and Marketing, Processor Division, ARM. “SuVolta has shown that the DDC technology, when incorporated into an ARM processor, can provide additional power reductions or a significant performance boost. As the Internet of Things continues to expand, innovative ultra-low power technology for Sensors and other devices will be vital to ensure that ARM remains at the forefront of this opportunity.”
When compared to an identical ARM Cortex-M0 processor manufactured in the conventional 65 nm process, with a 1.2 V supply voltage, the DDC transistor-based ARM implementation operating at 0.9 V demonstrates a 50 percent lower total power consumption at matched 350 MHz operating speed. There is also a 35 percent increased operating speed (performance) at matched power. In addition there is a 55 percent increased operating speed when operated at matched supply voltage.
“We’ve now validated the benefits of the DDC technology in a complex SoC, by combining the ARM Cortex-M0 CPUs with SRAM instances and various analog components,” explained David Kidd, senior director, digital design at SuVolta. “The results speak for themselves – power-performance optimized CPU cores, with results that hold across process corners and temperature, plus, SRAMs with 150 mV lower minimum operating voltage, 50 percent less leakage power at matched SRAM read current, and more than 5x less leakage power in retention mode.”
“Reducing power consumption and enhancing performance are key to providing next-generation capabilities for a variety of advanced digital products,” said Bruce McWilliams, president and CEO at SuVolta. “By validating the speed-power advantages of the DDC technology in a SoC that includes ARM processors, we’ve reached another significant milestone in demonstrating the value of our technology in a system.”
These days, it’s fairly easy to find a PCI Express-based SSD to transform one’s desktop — Angelbird, Fusion-io, Micron and ASUS will sell you one, just to name a few. That said, the last of those three has just revealed a new entrant that will certainly catch the eye of many, as the RAIDR Express claims to be the first PCI-e SSD to be compatible with both legacy and UEFI BIOS. The so-called DuoMode feature is joined by 240GB of storage space, sequential 830MB/s read and 810MB/s write speeds and a reported 620,000 hours mean time between failure (MTBF).
You’ll also find the latest LSI SandForce controller, Toshiba-built 19nm MLC flash, and 100,000 4K read/write input/output operations per second (IOPS). The bundled RAMDisk utility allows users to dedicate up to 80 percent of a computer’s available RAM for use as a high-speed virtual drive, and if you needed any further proof that it’s fast, look no further than in the video after the break. Curiously, ASUS isn’t talking pricing just yet, but it should start shipping in the very near future.
early 44 years ago computer hardware was in an entirely different place than it is now. The levels of performance don’t even fit on the same scale. The anniversary of the Apollo 11moon landing is upon us, and those brave space pioneers got by without a 3GHz multi-core CPU. The guidance computer used on the Apollo 11 mission ran at only 1.024 MHz.
The moon landing was the height of technological achievement at the time, and some of the rocket technology is still relevant today. That computer, though, has been left in the dust. In fact, it was well and truly obsolete a few years after the landing.
The Intel 8086 came about roughly ten years after the Apollo landing, marking the beginning of x86. Apollo 11’s computer had 4 registers — essentially slots for holding numeric values. The 8086 boosted that to eight 16-bit registers.
The IBM PC XT ran the next version of that chip, the famous 8088. This computer ran at 4.077MHz, which sounds incredibly slow by today’s standards, but is still four times faster than the Apollo 11computer. The XT also packed in eight times the memory used on Apollo 11.
The Apollo 11 guidance computer actually had some impressive software features for a system that didn’t even run a graphical interface. It could multitask up to 8 different operations, but it didn’t work the way we think of multitasking. Today’s operations use preemptive multitasking that allows the OS to distribute computing resources as needed. On Apollo 11, programs were in charge and had to give control back to the OS periodically. A kind of virtual machine was used to allow developers to mix hardware-level instructions with virtual machine commands within the same assembler code.
Inputting commands required translating the English words into “verb noun pairs,” which could be input as numbers. There was a handy sign in the cabin as a reminder. To top it all off, none of the computer’s systems were software upgradeable. All the code was stored in read-only memory. Several years after Apollo 11, Apollo 14 was forced to manually input the code to patch a system malfunction — it took 90 minutes just to type it in.
Maybe your computer is a little sluggish, and your smartphone is a couple years old, but you have it better than those astronauts
Jakarta – To facilitate a wireless connection with your device, the D-Link introduces the Wireless Dual Band Mini USB AC Adapter DWA-171. It is shaped AC adapter Wireless mini and can operate Dual Band. The device is intended for the novice user can operate at a frequency of 2.4 GHz (up to 150Mbps) or 5GHz (up to 433Mbps). With these two options, you can freely switch device that works on both the frequency.
Seagate claims the use of these products is as easy as installing the device in your PC and press the WPS button. Then the device can be directly connected without the need for updates and additional adapter. D-Link DWA-171 uses AC frequency which is a new network of IEEE standards. This new network architecture has a higher data rate and greater reliability.
This new standard was launched to address the challenges of our time, with more and more users use mobile devices that in fact definitely use the wireless wave. Therefore, the problem of wave interference, become an increasingly important issue. Therefore, more and more wireless devices are running on the same wavelength, the greater interferensinya. This interference makes the response rate (response rate) the lower the device. In addition, a variety of applications used also requested greater bandwidth. It would require a device that can deliver greater the bandwidth.
Adapter with USB 2.0 interface is also compatible with all Wireless N products from the previous generation, you’ve had. DWA-171 Wireless USB Adapter ACDual Band Mini will be available in stores and distribution partners in the third quarter of 2013. This device also supports encryption WEP/WPA/WPA2.