ASUS P4T533 motherboard and Samsung´s 32-bit 512MB RIMM4200 memory module in our lab for testing.
There are as few motherboards supporting 32-bit RDRAM as such memory itself. However we are already testing these ASUS and Samsung solutions in our lab. Here are the photos of these still exotic products:
Creative announced the release of new Creative Webóam Pro and òó-óáí 750 fully-featured web cameras that are suitable for video recording, including videoconferencing, or still imaging.
Creative Webóam Pro features USB 1.1 interface, new lens, up to 640x480 (video) and up to 1024x768 (interpolated photo) CMOS sensor. The package includes Ulead PhotoExpress and Microsoft NetMeeting and Creative Webcam Monitor, for using Creative WebCam Pro as a security cam.
Creative Webóam Pro features Motion Detection, supported by some Playstation 2 games, i.e. Konami´s Police 24/7.
The suggested retail price of Creative Webóam Pro is $39 (w/o taxes).
óreative òó-óáí 750 is a dual-mode 1600x1200 (2.1 million interpolated pixels) web-cam. It features a smart flash, internal 16MB flash memory. Cam´s CCD sensor has 1024x768 resolution; lens are made of glass, and feature double aperture.
òó-óáí 750 connects to PCs or notebooks via USB port. Except photo shooting the cam can handle and record live video, including videoconferencing, at up to 640x480 and 16.7 million colors. Working offline òó-óáí 750 can hold up to 200 640x480 images, 85 1024x768 images and up to 20 2.1 megapixel images. The built-in smart flash support automatic and "no red eyes" mode. Besides, òó-óáí 750 can hold up to 60 minutes of sound or 75 seconds of 352x288 video. òó-óáí 750 has an LCD display providing control and monitoring.
The package includes software tools for setting exposition, white balance and gamma correction. Live video mode also supports anti-flicker mode. Connected to a PC, cam feeds from a USB port; offline it requires ááá batteries.FIC (First International Computer) announced the new low-power Janus server, based on Transmeta Crusoe TM5600 (intergated Northbridge) coupled with ALi M1535 Southbridge.
Due to low-power components the system doesn´t have a single cooler, and the total energy consumption doesn´t exceed 40 W!
Janus is designed for SOHO and can be configured as a webserver, mail server, distributed storage or print server.
The product has a RAID controller and supports up to 2 "hot plug" hard disks. Server´s size is 265 x 255 x 80 mm. Janus features PCI and PCMCIA slots, IEEE 1394 and USB ports. It works under Linux or Windows 2000.
The preliminary injunction of the federal court against Xircom is in full force, effectively immediately. As of the July 25 afternoon, when 3Com posted the required bond with the court, Xircom was fully prohibited from making, using, or selling about 26 products in the United States. Mainly 10/100 Ethernet LAN of Xircom RealPort and RealPort2 lines.
Last year, 3Com filed its motion for a preliminary injunction against Xircom, which was acquired by Intel in late 2001. By the way, Intel purchased Xircom in the very end of ËÏÎÃÅ 2001, so it is not directly related to patent violation. Intel representatives said they were disappointed by court injunction and entered a protest, asking to delay it until the appeal is considered. Except the fact that it´s only a preliminary injunction, according to Intel, there are several patent actions in the Supreme Court where Xircom is a claimant.
In March of this year, the court decided that 3Com was likely to prevail on its claim that Xircom infringes claim 29 of U.S. Patent #6,146,209. On July 19, the court granted 3Com´s motion, and the preliminary injunction took effect on July 25, 2002.
Acorp Q7 main specifications:
Prolink Microsystems announces its AGP Digital Display Card PixelView ADD Card, made for Intel 845G series motherboards.
PixelView ADD card delivers multi-functional display. Users now have the capability to drive any CVBS, S-Video, and flat panel LCD from single PixelView ADD card.
Key specifications of PixelView ADD card:
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