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Archive for November 21st, 2019

Coming soon: All-new ROCCAT Kova

 Coming soon: All-new ROCCAT Kova Hitting stores November 17th 2015: the all new Kova pure performance gaming mouse. Forged using the legacy of its predecessor – the fan favorite Kova[+] – as its blueprint, the new Kova carries on the tradition of streamlined performance with an ambidextrous build that places its emphasis on raw power above all else. Sleek yet stripped back in its aesthetics, the sports-car like Kova suits left- and right-handers alike in a high-octane design that offers double the power. Double the effective dpi from 3500 to 7000 with its state of the art optical sensor featuring Overdrive mode; double the button functions from 11 to 22 with Easy-Shift[+]™ and intuitive Smart Cast buttons; double the style – available in black and white; and double the illumination, with independently configurable mouse rim and scroll wheel lighting in 16.8 million vivid colors. More info here



How we protect our benchmarks from cheating

How we protect our benchmarks from cheating Have you been following the VW scandal? It’s a timely reminder to be wary of manufacturers’ claims. Our benchmarks help people see their hardware’s true performance, but you might wonder how we ensure that the scores are honest and accurate? Our commitment to providing you with benchmarks you can trust means that: Futuremark has public rules for manufacturers. In short, a platform must treat the benchmark as if it were any other application. You can only get a valid 3DMark score for a Windows PC by using WHQL drivers that Futuremark has checked and approved. Futuremark was the first benchmark developer to delist and remove mobile devices with hidden optimizations from its performance rankings. All Futuremark benchmarks are backed by detailed technical guides that explain exactly what’s being measured and how the scores are calculated. Futuremark’s Hardware Channel and Best Mobile Devices lists only show publicly available models. Futuremark never lists or leaks unverified scores from pre-release hardware. If you’ve been writing about PC hardware for more than a decade, you’ll remember the outcry when various vendors were caught making dubious driver optimizations. And more recently, some smartphone manufacturers have tried, and failed, to cheat their way to higher benchmark scores. So if there is one thing to take away, it’s that the cheaters always get caught. Not only because it ...



QNAP Releases QTS 4.2 Official: Empowers Business and Home Life

QNAP Releases QTS 4.2 Official: Empowers Business and Home Life with New Features Including Snapshot, Hybrid Virtualization, Cloud Sync and More Taipei, Taiwan, October 08, 2015 – QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced the official release of QTS 4.2 – the smart NAS operating system that empowers users to achieve more in their business and home life. With a revamped user interface and many exciting features, QTS 4.2 makes for smarter, smoother and more spectacular cloud experiences with stronger security. “Since the QTS 4.2 Beta release, we have been inundated with positive feedback and suggestions from users and reviewers. These valuable opinions have provided constant inspiration for our development team to refine the usability and functionality of QTS to better fit users’ needs,” said Tony Lu, product manager of QNAP. “We greatly appreciate everyone who has helped us with improving QTS 4.2 and we will continue to integrate more features requested by our users,” added Lu. New apps and features in QTS 4.2 includes, Revamped user interface: Incorporates a flat design, frameless media viewer, and convenient recycle bin for a better browsing experience Refined multimedia experience: Multi-zone multimedia controls allow users to centrally manage media via various streaming protocols/services; The Photo Station with a major UI overhaul gives a new browsing experience. HD Station adds more useful apps with multilingual and multi-tasking support. Optimized storage ...



Tenda TEG3224P: A Managed 24 Port Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 Shared SFP Ports

Tenda TEG3224P: A Managed 24 Port Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 Shared SFP Ports Robust Security, Versatile Port Offerings, and Dynamic Power Over Internet, Make This Ethernet Switch Efficient and Secure Walnut City, Calif. – October 8, 2015 – Tenda Technology Inc.®, a subsidiary of Shenzhen Tenda – an experienced, global brand of wired and wireless networking hardware – today announces availability for the TEG3224P in America. With comprehensive security features, this stackable, websmart 24 port managed switch is designed to build a safe and smart wired network. Providing 24 10/100/1000 auto-negotiation RJ45 ports and 4 reusable Base-X Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) ports, it supports both IEEE 802.3af (15.4W) and 802.3at (30 W) standards. Tight Security Measures The TEG3224P supports complete network management via an easy-to-use web interface, including a wealth of security options and features. Beyond its hardware-level security, it offers ARP attack defense, worm attack defense, DoS attack defense, IP/MAC/PORT/VLAN binding, and MAC filtering – strong safety bulwarks for a strong switch. In addition, 802.11x and MAC authentication lend further security, along with port security and isolation, SSH 2.0, and user classification management. 24 Port PoE switch with 4 SFP Ports Give Flexibility Twenty-four Gigabit Ethernet ports, along with four SFP combo ports, offer flexible port combinations for plenty applications. The dynamic PoE power supply monitors port ou...





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