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Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Netbook arena yang terus tumbuh, tapi bagus fitur baru tumbuh atas kadang perhatian kita untuk tetap terjadi. Toshiba's NB205 line of Netbooks are on their way to the US, in two different form-factor flavors: one for lovers of flat-keyboarded black machines, and a slightly slicker model with raised keys and bright colors. Toshiba's NB205 baris Netbooks sedang dalam perjalanan mereka ke Amerika Serikat, dalam dua bentuk yang berbeda-faktor rasa: satu untuk pecinta keyboarded hitam rata-mesin, dan yang sedikit dengan jas hujan model dibangkitkan kunci dan warna cerah.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
PlayStation 3 games discounts and free shipping ImagesPlayStation 3 is convex on the left side when vertical (on the top side is convex when horizontal), and has a glossy black finish with a PlayStation logo on the left. [86] Playstation designers Teiyu Goto stated that Spider-Man font - inspired logo "was one of the elements [SCEI president Ken Kutaragi] decided, and the logo may have been motivating forces behind the form of a PS3." [87]

PlayStation 3 is equipped with a slot-loading 2x speed Blu-ray Disc drive for games, movies Blu-ray, DVD, CD, and optical media. [88] It was originally available with hard drives of 20 and 60 GB (60 GB model is only available in PAL regions). [17] [89] An 80 GB model that was introduced in NTSC regions, [90] and the 40 GB model has been introduced in all regions. [91] [92] All PS3 models have user upgradeable 2.5 "SATA hard drive. [93]

PlayStation 3 using the IBM designed Cell microprocessor as the CPU, which consists of a 3.2GHz PowerPC-based "Power Processing Element" (PPE) and eight synergistic Processing Elements (SPEs). [94] the eighth SPE is disabled to improve chip results. [95] [96] Only six of the seven SPEs are accessible to developers as the seventh SPE is used by the OS. [96] Graphics processing is handled by NVIDIA RSX 'Reality synthesizer', which can output resolutions from 480i/576i SD up to HD 1080p. that have 256 MB of XDR main memory and 256 MB of GDDR3 video memory for the RSX. [97]

PlayStation 3 system has bluetooth 2.0, gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0 and HDMI 1.3a which was built at the time all of this model. [88] Wi-Fi network is also built-in on 40, 60 and 80 GB models while the flash card reader (compatible with Memory Stick, SD / MMC, and CompactFlash / Microdrive media) is on the built-in 60 GB and 80 GB models CECHExx. [88] [97] The system supports up to 7 controllers connected via Bluetooth technology 2.0. [98]

The PS3's hardware has also been used to build supercomputers for high-performance computing. [99] Terra Soft Solutions has a version of Yellow Dog Linux for PlayStation 3, [100] and sells PS3s with Linux pre-installed, [101] in one unit, and 6 and 32 node groups. [102] In addition, RapidMind is pushing their stream program package for the PS3. [103] In addition, on 3 January 2007, Dr. Frank Mueller, Associate Professor of Computer Science at NCSU, clustered 8 PS3s. Mueller commented that 256 MB of system RAM is a limitation to a particular application, and try to consider retrofit more RAM. Software includes: Fedora Core 5 Linux ppc64, MPICH2, OpenMP v 2.5, and GNU Compiler Collection CellSDK 1.1. [104] [105] [106]

On 22 March 2007, SCE and Stanford University released in the Folding @ home project for the PlayStation 3. [107] This program allows PS3 owners to lend the computing power of their consoles to help study the physical process of protein folding.

Sony PlayStation 3 has included the ability for the operating system, referred to as System Software, which will be updated. [115] the update can be downloaded from the PlayStation Network directly to the PS3 and then installed or downloaded from the official PlayStation website to a computer, transferred to portable storage media, and then installed on the system. Updates can also be installed from game discs that require the update to run the game. [115]

PlayStation 3 which also includes the ability to install other operating systems, [116] such as Linux.
Monday, May 25, 2009
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Kodak's EasyShare Z915 is the winner in that unfortunate classification. The camera has a solid hefty to it, and the zoom lens extends and retracts with smooth, reassuring efficiency, but the grip is covered by this hard, textured plastic that makes it feel more like a toy than something you just dropped two Benjamins on. Add some cramped ergonomics to the mix and this is definitely not something that falls to hand comfortably.

If you can get past that, you get specs comparable to the same-priced Canon, but with more than twice the zoom and effective stabilization that makes even the 350mm end of that lens quite usable freehand. It lets in a little less light than the Canon, but again ISO 800 is okay if you don't mind a hint of grain. This one is also packing AA power, and has the hump to prove it.
No surprises here: Apple just announced that iPhone OS 3.0 will support copy and paste. A double-tap auto-selects the text you want with movable "grab points," and a pop-up edit bar display buttons for cut, copy, and paste.
Canon's PowerShot A1100 IS comes in at around $190 at most online retailers, and for $10 more than the Kodak you get a few more megapixels, a less powerful zoom, and a slightly wider aperture. ISO range is identical to the above, but 800 here is actually borderline acceptable.

In terms of aesthetics the A1100 is one of the cheaper feeling cameras in the group, its two-tone plastic body not turning any heads and that plastic shell feeling flimsy in the hand -- you can hear it creaking and rattling when recording videos. But, it is comfortable to hold, and has room for two AA batteries, making replacement in the field cheap and easy. Other Canon's PowerShot best selling.
Kodak's EasyShare M380 is next up in order of cheapest, with an MSRP and street price of $180. For $50 more than the S220 you get a bigger camera with a bigger LCD and a bigger zoom. Maximum aperture again is 3.1, with a max ISO of 1600, but again ISO 400 is the realistic max if you hate grain as much as we do.

Out of the box the M380 feels a little lower end than the S220, with its plasticy body and slightly squishy buttons, but the mode-selector wheel on the top makes tweaking the camera quick and easy (even if we kept confusing it for the shutter release) and a dedicated button on top for disabling the flash is a nice touch, too. Also nice is the USB charger, which would mean one fewer AC adapter to pack.