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Archive for November 17th, 2018

LightScribe Drives Comparison @ CDRinfo.com

CDRinfo have posted an article?reviewing a couple of?Lightscribe capable DVD+/-R drives.?Lightscribe is a?direct to disc labeling technology. Snip: "There were numerous rumors floating around about LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling and its features. Feelings about lightscribe technology are mixed. Many users are fascinated with the idea of direct-disc labeling their media, while others think that it is not something worth their attention. One thing is sure: although many companies are talking about Lightscribe technology, there is not a lot of information about how it actually works, and if it is worthy of attention. The million dollar question is can the LightScribe technology compete with other printing solutions and will it replace permanent markers?" Read the article HERE



ChiMei CT-729A 17in LCD Review @ Mikhailtech

Today Mikhailtech take a look at ChiMei?s CT-729A, a budget oriented, well rounded 17? 16ms LCD monitor. Snip: "The menu controls are self-explanatory. However a couple features really stand out. For one thing, there’s a very useful Auto button. Rather than having to go through several OSD menus to get automatic calibration, you can now do it with the press of one button. Even better is the "Turbo" key. This has 3 brightness presets, labeled "picture", "text", and "economy". Each one is dimmer than the last. You can cycle through them by continuously pressing the Turbo key. It’s an incredible feature as most times you can quickly and effectively switch between settings depending on the application without having to manually adjust the brightness. For instance, you can now read text ("text" or "economy" setting) and then play some Doom 3 (incredibly dark game, set to "picture" mode) without having to always re-adjust the brightness. As far as the buttons themselves go, they’re nicely sized and simply a joy to press." Read the full review HERE





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