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February 11 2015

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Breaking Gadget News

New Dual Core Atom/ION 2 Netbooks Are Here

It's here: an electrical thrifty, high performance dual core Intel Atom processor associated with a high performance, second generation, Nvidia ION 2 GPU packed in a little netbook.

The Intel z550 dual core Atom chip runs at 1.5 GHz and supports DDR3 memory. It will make multitasking in your netbook easier. The Nvidia ION 2 chip is equipped for playing HD video and improved gaming. technology news

The ASUS Eee PC 1015N may house these chipsets first, expected in September for $399 from the U.S. The 10-inch 1015N looks interesting, but be aware of the ASUS' 12.1-inch Eee PC VX6 with Lamborghini styling.

Network Connection for Connected TVs and much more

When you pick up a connected HDTV, Blu-ray player, or AVR receiver, and it needs a high-speed Internet connection, however the wireless router is too far, you may want to consider the Western Digital device referred to as the Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit as a solution. They claim to deliver 200Mbps with this $140 kit; it just plugs into the wall plug, the router, as well as your devices. Just stay away from using electronically noisy devices like hair dryers, which may cause interference. news gadget

End in the SED Era

On August 18, 2010 Canon announced it absolutely was closing down SED Inc, a subsidiary of Canon which had been developing Surface-condition Electron-emitter Displays (SED). The concept of a super skinny TV with the great qualities of an CRT like great color, deep blacks and big viewing angles was attractive. As opposed to one beam coming from the long neck of the CRT, an SED might have thousands of individual guns striking phosphors directly facing them. Unfortunately, it appears like there were a lot of obstacles to overcome to produce a commercially viable TV from the technology. There's an answer to similar TV technology (FED) using carbon nanotubes as electron emitters, in order that all may not be lost.

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