Display port 1.2 specification should be capable of
• Resolution (up to 4K x 2K at 60 FPS and 24 bpp)
• Refresh rate (up to 240 FPS for 1080p at 24 bpp)
• Color Depth (up to 48 bpp, even at 2560 x 1600 at...
I just tried PC Wizard. The interface is a mess, and the graphic results have poorly scaled axis... when you compare results, it changes the x scale so visually you cannot compare. The DX test sucks also. Not like.
$10 off AIDA64. Note it is NOT half price as shown, since the...
I think this would work better as a wireless CLIENT, with an app for the phone devices to connect to it. To make it a ROUTER means disconnecting from your main network/wifi/internet connection to connect to this thing. Then you have to connect back again once you have looked and transferred...
Which PR "guru" thinks up this nonsense!
IMO, this architecture makes no sense. What a waste of silicon real estate. And the complexity of schedule and CPU management is going to take overhead and will never be optimal.
The smart thing to do would be to have the A15 cores drop from 1.8Ghz to...
If you are serious about driving professional headphones, then a regular "consumer" soundcard won't cut the mustard, unless it has a separate and decent analogue amp section - which can be quite costly to implement.
This card might be a gimmick, but it has the right visual features... earthed...
This is a very odd press shot. Can't really make much out except FULL SIZED CURSOR KEYS. Good stuff. I do wish they would have a regular top-end trackpad rather than that multi-button+nipple controller. However, x 900 is rather poor for a top-end 14"-er. I guess "multitouch" is an opportunity...
Pictures of naked men sell headphone products, I guess.
Not sure if it is a "spot the photoshop nose job competition"
Does anyone agree with me that HIS GIRLFRIEND would be better at selling naked headphones?
They look nice. Would be so much better with a higher resolution. Especially in a 24 format. "Business" specification at 20-21" has been 1600x1200, 18-19" was 1280x1024. At 24" I would have expected 1440 in the y, not 1080. 1080 seems such a downgrade over 1200 and a sidegrade for 1024.