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Archive for July 23rd, 2019

[UPDATE] Possible NVIDIA GTX 950 Ti on the Horizon

UPDATE: It looks like NVIDIA is just releasing the GTX 950 in a 2 GB and 4 GB variant. Each will still have a 128-bit interface and will likely be priced to compete in the $100-150 price range. http://videocardz.com/57015/confirmed-nvidia-to-launch-geforce-gtx-950 It looks like NVIDIA isn’t willing to let the sub $150 market go without a little more competition. Even though they’ve had two Maxwell cards in this bracket for a while now with the GTX 750 Ti and 750, the new GTX 950 Ti and 950 will offer a slightly updated GPU that I’m sure will bump the performance up as well. While neither NVIDIA or AMD are willing to design much more on the 28nm manufacturing process with 16nm around the corner, this will give team Green a little more competition in the budget segment of the market. It looks like the GPU core will be based off a cut down GM206 die which is currently in use by the GTX 960. The power ratings will be just under 100W for the 950 Ti with the 950 coming in at a meager 64W. These are some impressive ratings but we’ve come to expect that out of Maxwell. Honestly, there isn’t much to see here but hopefully, we may yet see a 960 Ti that bumps the interface up from the 960 while staying in the mid $200 price range. That seems to be the sweet spot for performance to cost, but even the 950 Ti and 950 aren’t official yet. Time will tell soon enough. http://wccftech.com/nvidia-readying-geforce-gtx-950-ti-geforce-gtx-950-graphics-car...



ASUSTOR to Exhibit Professional Surveillance Solution at the Axis Solution Conference 2015

ASUSTOR to Exhibit Professional Surveillance Solution at the Axis Solution Conference 2015 ASUSTOR provides a high quality surveillance solution to the professional surveillance domain that is suitable for use in homes and small to medium commercial centers. All-new Surveillance Center functions include automated event action rules, Intelligent Video Analytics, simple and intuitive on-screen controls, configurable video stream resolutions, interactive electronic maps and 49 channels of real-time video surveillance feeds. Date: July 9, 2015 Location: Grand Ballroom, Level 1, Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East Time: 10:00 – 16:30 Event Website: http://www.axis.com/events/solution-conference-hk-2015/agenda Taipei, Taiwan, June 30th, 2015 –ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, is now entering the professional surveillance arena. At the Axis Solution Conference 2015, ASUSTOR will be exhibiting a cost-effective yet high quality surveillance solution. All interest parties are welcome to attend. Surveillance Center is an add-on application developed by ASUSTOR that can be run on all ASUSTOR NAS devices. It instantly turns any ASUSTOR NAS into an NVR server that can be used on different multiple operating systems and web browsers. Users can also combine Surveillance Center with ASUSTOR NAS models supporting HDMI to enjoy the exclusive use of the local display function. Users only need to turn on their HDMI TV or monitor to view real-t...



Philips Monitor with Ultra HD Quality and 4K Resolution in New 32-inch Size

Philips Monitor with Ultra HD Quality and 4K Resolution in New 32-inch Size Super-fine UHD 4K resolution for brilliant images with flicker-free technology • 32-inch size provides richer midsized display choices with UHD 4K     Amsterdam, 30 June 2015 – MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips Monitors, announces a new display with 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) resolution. The BDM3275UP display – at 32 inches a new size for Philips Monitors with this resolution – responds to growing demand for super-fine resolutions at comparatively modest screen dimensions. Users can look forward to 4K UHD clarity for detail-rich entertainment such as movies and games, as well as for data-intensive office applications. 32 inches of brilliant performance With 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, 4K UHD resolution packs four times as many pixels per inch of screen as Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) and delivers four times the clarity. This latest Philips 4K UHD (Ultra High Definition) display makes MMD’s line-up of screen sizes at the ultra-high resolution even more complete, which already features 28-inch, and 40-inch models. Like its co-members of the 4K line-up, the BDM3275UP display is configured for a stunning viewing experience. It offers rich 10-bit colour support for natural, gradation-free colour reproduction, Philips Flicker-Free technology to regulate brightness and reduce flicker, as well as an advanced IPS-AHVA panel for extra-wide viewing angles ...





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