DustX Computer Dust Solutions decided to patent their Peel-and-Stick Computer Air Filter that is claimed to protect PC internals from dust. The product is a hybrid of fibrous nonwoven fabric and adhesive tape.
All you have to do is cut out a needed shape, remove protective film and attach the filter onto the enclosure. The company recommends that you replace old filters every 3-6 months depending on the amount of dust.
A pack of 3 filters sized 15õ15cm costs $10, but right now first buyers get a discount and pay $7.95.
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Thermaltake Technology today announced its newest universal laptop AC power adapter - Toughpower Ultra Slim 65W (up to 90W peak). It comes with 8 interchangeable DC output tips (including Dell smart tip) to support most brand-name laptops.
Thermaltake Toughpower Ultra Slim 65W is also equipped with a carry bag to protect the adapter and all the accessories. It also has 6 selectable outputs (15V, 16V, 18V, 19V, 20V, 21V).
Source: Thermaltake Technology
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Taiwanese DigiTimes published a list of manufacturers that will produce parts for the new iPhone expected this mid-year. The source confirms the 2-Mp module will be replaced by a 3.2-Mp one from OmniVision.
DigiTimes' sources report that parts will start shipping in May. The first batch is said to be around five million units.
D-Link today introduced its next-generation PowerLine adapter kit for connecting computers, high-definition media players, game consoles, network attached storage, and Internet content throughout the home.
With the new D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapter Starter Kit (DHP-303) anyone can take advantage of existing home electrical wiring to create or extend a network. The kit includes two PowerLine wall plugs/adapters. The DHP-303 turns every power outlet in the home into a wall-to-wall network for connecting when connected to a switch or wireless access point.
With simple plug-and-play installation, the DHP-303 is well-suited for connecting an Ethernet-enabled digital media device such as TiVo or Slingbox to the home network and the Internet. It also allows users to connect gaming consoles like the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 or Nintendo Wii to the Internet. The device will automatically be displayed in Microsoft Windows Vista's Network Map. Users also can check the DHP-303's performance via a built-in LED.
The PowerLine Adapter, with simple push-button activation, implements Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES) for securing connections and keeping data safe from intruders. To create a secure connection the user simply pushes a button on one adapter, then goes to another room and pushes a button on the other adapter. It also offers Quality of Service (QoS) support to help prioritize data and enable smooth video streaming and lag-free gaming.
D-Link PowerLine HD Network Adapter Starter Kit is available for the manufacturer's suggested retail price of $139.99.
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