- MultiSync LCD2070NX. // Macworld;Jun2006, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p53
The article evaluates the Multisync LCD2070NX 20-inch LCD monitor from NEC Corp., and offers information on its integrated USB 2.0 hub, and a thin bezel and cost.
- EN7450. // Macworld;Jun2006, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p53
The article evaluates the EN7450 17-inch LCD monitor from Envision Corp., and offers information on its integrated USB hub, speakers and cost.
- UltraSharp 1707FP. // Macworld;Jun2006, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p53
The article evaluates the UltraSharp 1707FP, 17-inch monitor from Dell Computer Corp., and offers information on its inbuilt USB hub, color performance and cost.
- GATEWAY EMACHINE OFFERS DOUBLE LAYER DVDMULTI-FORMAT DRIVE. // CD Computing News;Mar2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p6
This section reports on the introduction of Gateway's new line of eMachines desktop personal computers as of March 2005. The family of PC includes the eMachines T3624, T5026 and the T3958. The eMachines line of value-based computers is ideal for families, students, home-based professionals and...
- Picture this. Spiga, Jarrod // Australian Personal Computer;May2003, Issue 293, p48
The 15 in TFT computer monitor from BenQ's sports several differences that set it apart from the flat panel pack. A unique feature of this display is the integrated flash card reader that can run a slideshow from digital pictures stored on CompactFlash, SD/MMC and SmartMedia cards. By running a...
- IT'S ALL IN THE GAME. // Cinefantastique;Dec2003/Jan2004, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p28
The article evaluates Mad Catz's 7.0-inch Universal GameScreen.
- USB Cellular Modem Shipments to Exceed 22 Million Units by 2012. // Microwave Journal;Jun2007, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p39
The article reports on the results of the research conducted by ABI Research Inc. regarding the development of USB cellular modems. ABI Research has revealed that there is an increasingly competitive market and forecasts shipments of these modems in excess of 22 million by 2012. It is said that...
- Cool readings. // Australian Personal Computer;Apr2004, Vol. 24 Issue 4, Following p32
The inventors of the USB interface could never have imagined the sheer scope and range of gadgets that is available today. The latest one comes from Microgram Computers and is a splash-proof USB temperature sensor. Featuring a typical sensitivity of 0.2 degrees Celsius, detection range from-20...
- Full frontal. // Australian Personal Computer;Apr2004, Vol. 24 Issue 4, Following p32
Due to the lack of front-mounted ports, strained lower backs, twisted necks, stubbed fingers and general frustration usually ensue whenever plugging a USB device into a personal computer. There are several workarounds to bring the ports one need to the front and the latest comes in the form of...