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.
After physical appearance photographs circulating on the Internet, this time turn the hardware specs leaked BlackBerry A10. Successor Z10 previously known by the code name “Aristo” is called will be positioned as the most advanced smart phone from BlackBerry with the main focus on the aspects of performance and gaming capabilities.
As quoted from TechRadar, BlackBerry A10 specs revealed by an image capture of a document that was first circulated by a member of the CrackBerry forums.
In the document dated May 23, 2013 it was explained that this device will have dual-core processor Qualcomm MSM8960 (S4) 1.7 GHz speed.
The processor paired with 2 GB of RAM and an internal memory capacity of 16 GB which can be expanded with a micro SD slot up to 64 GB.
Called A10 screen size of 5 inches or 0.8 inches larger than the screen on the BlackBerry Z10. 1,280 x 720 resolution with pixel density of 295 PPI.
Other fittings include an 8 megapixel main camera, 2 megapixel front camera, NFC connectivity, DLNA, Wi-Fi A / b / g / n as well as 4G LTE, and a 2800 mAh battery. The operating system used is the latest BlackBerry OS 10.2.
BlackBerry A10 arrival time is not yet known for sure, but the device is expected to be introduced in November.
After a long time no hear, Acer reportedly serious secretly working on a new tablet model featuring support for NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor and high resolution screen.
Based on reports published by Notebook Italia on benchmark results for the latest Acer tablet with the model number of this TA272HUL reportedly has the support of NVIDIA Tegra 4 1.8GHz processor. Not only that, the new Acer tablet based on the Android 4.2.2 will also be equipped with a high screen resolution support WQHD (2560 × 1440 pixels) and 2GB of RAM.
The use of quad-core processor ARM Cortex-A15 will supposedly make the most of existing devices may have reliability and high-performance fast. Yes, that’s the least that has been disclosed in a relevant benchmark results support the processor models in Nenamark and Passmark recently.
And regardless of whether or not the existence of these rumors, unfortunately still unknown specific info from related parties so far.
Windows tablets hold within them an implicit promise: To deliver the full Windows 8 experience in a svelte tablet form factor.
Unfortunately, the ambitions of Microsoft and its partners have thus far exceeded reality, largely due to processor power issues. Even the lowest of low-wattage Ultrabook chips simply sip too much juice, forcing manufacturers to house their hybrids in cases full of fans—a compromise that has left Windows tablets and convertibles thicker and louder than the ARM-based tablet competition.
No more. Intel announced Tuesday that new Core Y-series Haswell processors capable of fitting in thin, completely fanless designs are inbound “in the coming months.”
While Intel had previously announced its Core Y-series chips would run at a scenario design point—basically, an Intel metric for the power draw during sustained workloads—of 6 watts, the newly announced processors will dip all the way down to 4.5W SDP. (6W variants will also be available.) That 1.5-watt difference between the two is the difference between needing additional cooling and a potentially fanless design, according to Intel
Tablets and hybrid PCs with the 4.5-watt Core chips will offer more than nine hours of battery life on active usage, Intel spokesman Dan Snyder said via email.
Don’t expect to see crazy performance from such low-powered Haswell processors, however.
While the new chips will be able to boost to higher performance for short periods thanks to their 11-watt thermal design power rating—a “worst-case” power metric that measures the maximum energy used during heavy workloads—a large part of Intel’s ability to bring the cooling and power requirements down so far lies in underclocking the processor. Sustained boosting above 4.5W would strain the cooling capabilities of a fanless chassis.
Even still, a low-powered Haswell processor will blow the pants off both ARM chips andIntel’s own Atom CPUs, performance-wise, bringing true Ultrabook-like chops to a truly tablet-style design.
“I think there is a real market need for a fanless tablet or 2-in-1 with PC-level performance,” says Patrick Moorhead, president and principal analyst at Moor Insights and Strategy. “This is exactly where Intel’s new 4.5-watt [chip] comes into play… Even though the 4.5-watt Haswell will be clocked lower than the 6-watt version announced at Computex, it will have significantly higher performance than Bay Trail.”
While Moorhead expects production of low-watt chips to ramp up sometime in 2014, Intel says the first round of energy-sipping Y-series processors will be produced in limited quantities. It’d be a shock if those chips failed to show up in a Haswell refresh of Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.
PONTIANAK – Asus, the main leader in the digital era has once again expanded its product line in Indonesia. Asus after winning a strong position in the notebook industry and penetrated the tablet and smartphone segment with innovative products such as Pad MeMO, Fonepad, and PadFone, ASUS is now presenting the ranks of the external hard disk.
In the early stages, there are four models of 2.5-inch external hard disk Asus marketed in Indonesia. The four models are series DL, KR, Leather II, and AN300 series.
Manager of Product Management and Marketing, Asus Indonesia, Juliana Cen, said user request on storage devices continues to increase along with the increasing use of the computing device itself.
“In order to meet the needs of these users, we present an external storage media products are not simply a storage medium, but also a product with aesthetic and beauty,” he told the Tribune, Sunday (28/07/2013).
Juliana states, external hard disk does not have to be boring. With the design of David Lewis, DL Asus HD Ext 2.5 “- 1TB, turn the computing experience with thinness. Moreover, Asus DL 2.5” can work without the need for instant installation and driver.
“Hard disk is fitted with antishock features for data protection. Use elegant design makes a stylish special cable can be stored so that the disk is still looks neat when not in use,” he explained.
While other models, Asus KR 2.5 “Ext HDD 1TB presents unique colors, namely brown terran. External hard disk that comes with the glossy texture and charming appearance. With a capacity of 1TB, KR 2.5” supports a hectic lifestyle with spectacular durability and features easier is used.
While Asus Leather II 2.5 “500GB Ext HDD, not just accessories, but a lifestyle statement. For users who value their data, the hard disk is a charming leather-clad luxury solutions.
“Hard disk is equipped with a super-speed USB 3.0 for the fastest transfer process at this time, and can work with all file formats, without requiring installation or drivers,” said Juliana.
In addition, there is still one more model that Asus AN300 2.5 “500GB Ext HDD has a charming color and made of aluminum. Asus AN300 change the perception of external hard disk with the old-fashioned charming style. Asus AN300 stylish, ultra lightweight, ultra thin, and can work at any time with immediate access through USB 3.0 is ready to bring the data owner anywhere without a problem but still stylish.
Asus AN300 also works well with laptops, desktops, and other media players, thus helping the owner move data quickly, safely, and easily.
Yahoo is now led by Marissa Mayer has not quit to continue to develop the company. Several acquisitions were they doing. And now turn to a Chinese origin named Ztelic startup recently purchased by Yahoo.
Neither Yahoo nor Ztelic parties did not disclose to the public how much nominal money involved in the transaction. However, information on the step acquisition was officially inscribed in Ztelic site on Thursday (07/18/2013) local time.
In a statement, Ztelic say that they are very pleased to be joining the company at Yahoo. This acquisition was a step they refer to as a step forward and could give a positive value for the company. Especially at this time Yahoo has 700 million users.
Ztelic itself is a startup that develops software for analyzing and monitoring activity on social networks. This step was carried out Yahoo acquisition to increase investment in R & D. Interestingly, the founder of Ztelic Hao Zheng is one of the former R & D laboratory personnel Yahoo China and had developed a game for Zynga.
The good news: Facebook (NASDAQ: FB ) turned fabulously profitable in the just-reported second quarter thanks to a redesigned ad flow on mobile Facebook apps. Revenues jumped 23% from the first quarter to the second. Last year, the same comparison yielded just an 11% seasonal gain. The year-ago quarter’s net loss turned into a tidy profit.
In response, share prices jumped more than 30% overnight and sit very close to all-time highs that were set during the stock’s IPO.
The ugly news: The good news may not last very long. Facebook had better dial back the ad blitz if it wants those disgruntled users to stick around.
It’s a high-wire balancing act between monetization and user satisfaction. Lean too far in one direction, and you won’t make any money from those billions of page views. Err too far in the other direction, and those profitable page views will melt away as unhappy users find greener pastures.
Don’t think it couldn’t happen. Facebook is not too big to fail. Unless the company strikes that crucial balance before it’s too late, we could very well see another mass exodus from one leading social network to another.
Facebook itself killed MySpace by launching a better service in the same genre. Before that, MySpace trampled all over social pioneer Friendster in much the same way.
And there are Facebook alternatives waiting to crush the current king at the first opportunity, believe it or not.
Chief among these is Google (NASDAQ: GOOG ) and its Google+ service, which benefits from tight integration with the world’s most popular search engine as well as with leading video site YouTube.
Twitter sings a somewhat different tune but can fill many of the functions of a Facebook account. LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD ) is basically Facebook for corporate users and could very well expand into the consumer side of things if it wanted to.
All of these alternatives offer fewer ads and a cleaner experience than Facebook. LinkedIn ties with Facebook at the least satisfied end of the ACSI survey; everyone else runs miles ahead. Yes, even the much-maligned Google+ “ghost town.” And even LinkedIn reports fewer ad-taint complaints than Facebook.
That’s why I’d take this week’s Facebook share-price pop as a temporary boost, and not as a sustainable clean bill of health. The service currently leans far too heavy on the monetization side of the fence and runs a very real risk of finding out that the next era of social networking doesn’t include much Facebooking.
So my bearish CAPScall on Facebook stays in place until Mark Zuckerberg and company adjust their strategy again. If you can’t keep your users happy, the money will very quickly cease to matter.
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