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Phanteks RGB LED Strip 400MM, RGB LED Combo Set, and Extension Cable Combo Set Launch

RGB LED STRIP COMBO SET & RGB LED STRIP 400MM Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 30th, 2016 – Phanteks announced the immediate releases of the RGB LED Strip Combo Set and RGB LED Strip 400MM. The high performance RGB LED strip features ultra high brightness LEDs and incorporate a number of unique features that ensure long-lasting, bright and even illumination. Phanteks RGB LED Strip Combo Set includes 2x 400mm magnetic RGB LED strips, RGB LED adapter for motherboards with 4pin RGB LED header, 1x Extension cable and 3M adhesive tape. With the RGB LED adapter included in the Combo Set, you can plug in the RGB LED adapter to motherboards’ 4pin RGB header and install it to any case on the market or plug it directly to Phanteks cases that has the LED connectors. If you are looking to add to your existing LED strip in your Phanteks case you can purchase the RGB LED STRIP 400MM, which includes 1x 400mm magnetic LED strip and 3M adhesive tape. The single 400mm LED strip can also connect directly to your Phanteks case that has the LED connectors (please check Phanteks website for compatible cases) . These kits make it easier to install and allow you to purchase only what you need. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Mounting Magnets (Double Sided Tape also included) Connector Input: 4 pin female Output: 4 pin male M/B Adapter: 4 pin (+12V,G,R,B) Input Voltage +12V Current 0.42A / 400mm Wattage 5.04W / 400mm Compatibility Phanteks 4 pin connector / M/B 4 pin RGB Header (+12V,G,R,B) L...



ADATA Releases the AI910 Lightning Card Reader Plus

ADATA Releases the AI910 Lightning Card Reader Plus iOS, Android, and Windows three-way sharing and backup Taipei, Taiwan – June. 30, 2016 – ADATA® Technology, a leading manufacturer of high performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash products, today launched the AI910 Lightning Card Reader Plus. Featuring SD and Micro SD slots with support for up to 256GB capacity, the AI910 is a “three-way” device, allowing users to backup, read, and share content across iOS, Android, and Windows. The proprietary ADATA i-Memory app enables easy data management, with support for nearly 40 file formats, Ultra HD 4K video, and files larger than 4GB. It has a Lightning connector (MFi certified) and ships with Micro USB/USB cables to ensure seamless connectivity out of the box. The AI910 is covered by a two-year warranty.   Compatible with more devices than ever The AI910 carries Apple MFi certification, and has been designed to bridge the gap between platforms. Thanks to the inclusion of USB cables and tested compatibility, it works with iOS, Android, and Windows. Data transfer speeds through the Lightning connector to iOS devices are up to 30MB/s read and 20MB/s write. The three-way connectivity of the AI910 offers users a convenient way to read and write data across the most popular operating systems and devices available, including smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and desktops.   Free ADATA i-Memory app Available from the Apple App Store, i-Memory offers a simple but complete w...



TRENDnet expands NVR product line with new standalone 8-channel PoE+ network video recorder

TRENDnet expands NVR product line with new standalone 8-channel PoE+ network video recorder TORRANCE, Calif. – Jun. 29, 2016 – TRENDnet® (www.TRENDnet.com), a global leader in reliable SMB and consumer networking solutions, announced today that it has expanded its line of network video recorders (NVRs) with the launch of its new 8-Channel 1080p HD PoE+ NVR, model TV-NVR208. Later this year, TRENDnet will also launch three SMB-class NVR surveillance systems. TRENDnet’s 8-Channel 1080p HD PoE+ NVR provides a comprehensive video display, storage, and camera management solution, ideal for home users or users with a basic surveillance setup. The TV-NVR208 auto-recognizes and powers up to eight TRENDnet PoE cameras. Store up to three weeks of continuous video (with eight 1080p cameras at 30 fps with medium VBR) with support for up to eight terabytes of total storage space. “TRENDnet’s NVRs allow users to easily manage multiple IP cameras within a single interface, creating a command center for your entire surveillance network,” said Sonny Su, technology director at TRENDnet. “This command center serves to store large amounts of video footage from multiple camera sources into a single convenient location; the intuitive interface allows users to quickly navigate live video settings, recording schedules, and advanced playback options.” TV-NVR208 Additional Product Info Standalone 8-channel PoE+ network video recorder Plug and play up...



The New GPUs are Great, but the Opinions are Terrible

There’s been so little time and so much going on that’s it’s killing me to not cover all the great things happening in the GPU market lately. The GTX 1080 easily conquered the most powerful graphics card spot, the GTX 1070 fits perfectly into the affordable high performance spot, and now the Rx 480 is a great mid-range main stream card. I want to focus on what NVIDIA and AMD has done for the market, but I also want to bring up how the fan boy wars seem to be destroying the PC building communities as we know them. The GTX 1070 is easily the unsung hero of 2016 release segment so far. While it’s ideally propositioned as a 1440p card, 4k isn’t a stretch with some settings tweaks. The Pascal architecture not only destroys DirectX 11 titles with ease, but much like Maxwell, it overclocks extremely well. The close release after the 1080 overshadowed the card, although it will likely be more popular than the 1080 in the long run. The only serious drawback is that because supply isn’t as high for the time being, retailers are selling the cards at a pretty high price over suggested retail values. Asynchronous support has come up a few times, but Async isn’t widely enough used to be an issue for the time being. My hope is that if Async becomes a boon for game development, that NVIDIA doesn’t keep muddying the waters with their “support.” Of course, this week was the big week for the RX 480 release. I think many of us in th...





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