sábado, 26 de fevereiro de 2011

Tablet vs HDD

Although the market has changed its attention form rotary storage technology to the solid technology, the media tablet will never constitute a threat to the dominant position of HDD in the future three years.
The shipment of the HDD used movable personal computer, includes the laptop computer and netbook, will reach 235 million sets in the year of 2010.
The growth rate is 15.2% when compared with last year. The shipment of tablet computer will increase to 63 million in this year. Although the growth rate is 270.6%, it can not erode the domain of DD in the storage industry.

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quinta-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2011

Power consumption of the Sempron 3000


PCChips M861G V1.6a;
512MB DDR;
LG GSA-H12N burner;
160GB 7200RPM SATA HDD Western Digital WD1600JS;
Power supply "300W"

No overclocking;
No extra ventilation.
Windows XP SP3



Standing in the post - 70W
Starting Windows - 80W
Cool'n'Quiet disabled (default power management of XP)

At idle in XP - 60W
At idle in XP with DVD drive open - 70W
CPU 100% (SuperPI) - 80W
Cool'n'Quiet enabled (in BIOS and Windows)

At idle in XP - 50W
CPU 100% (SuperPI) - 70W
Running an X.264 720p from the DVD drive (90-100%) - Between 80 and 90W

Shure SE535 review

  • Class leading sound quality
  • Triple driver setup
  • Low frequencies expertly handled
  • Superb high-end clarity
  • Detachable cable
  • Swivel cable connector for easy cable routing
  • Very effecting noise isolation
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Plethora of bundled tips to ensure a perfect fit
  • Zip up carry pouch
  • Aeroplane and full size headphone adapters
  • Inline volume control
  • Excellent cable management makes the SE535s a great training partner
  • Very expensive

Full : review

quarta-feira, 23 de fevereiro de 2011

Atrix 4G

Amazingly fast
Super high resolution display
Great sound quality

Motoblur and AT&T bloatware onboard
Isn't running most recent Android release
Software can be slightly buggy

Xbox Kinect

Xbox Kinect work with iOS devices

At the Mobile World Congress 2011, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer was thrilled to demonstrate the integration of Windows Phone 7 and Xbox Kinect. Using your Windows Phone 7 device, you can have a secondary interface beyond the Kinect sensor and your television. No, it's not the most practical interface, but it's a fun concept.

source: Engadget

segunda-feira, 21 de fevereiro de 2011