The ER-EN27 Comes Complete with Integrated Cooling Fans and Lockable, Removable Side Panels, Allowing for Organization of Multiple Electronic Components While Providing Essential Thermal Management, as Well as Protecting Them from Thermal Issues, Damage, and Theft
BrightSign, LLC®, the market leader in digital signage players, today announced its new presence in Asia, hereafter called BrightSign Asia.
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As we’ve recently and frequently discussed, home automation and the Internet of Things is taking off at a fast pace. One of the companies that’s pioneering the new technology is SmartThings, who announced today at the AllThingsD: D11 conference that they are publicly rolling out their developer and inventor toolkits. SmartThings crowd-funded their operation in 2012 through Kickstarter, raking in over $1.2 million, well beyond their $250,000 goal. They used all that cash to bolster the number of “things” linked to the platform, allowing the SmartThings hub to connect to and control door locks, thermostats, humidity sensors, IR remotes, power outlets, light switches, presence sensors, and any number of additional functions provided by the available accessories. Out of the box, the SmartThings platform can already do things like alert you when you leave windows open and it starts to rain using a humidity sensor, or automatically adjust the thermostat, turn off the lights, and close the garage door when you leave the house. The developer and inventor toolkits open up the platform even further to functionalities limited only by the creativity and inventiveness of its users. While transparency is always a great benefit, perhaps the best part of an open platform is the ability to leverage the collective talent and resources of a huge user base.
TrendForce：with good reviews but poor sales, detachable touch NB accounts for only 12% of the market
The idea of the detachable touch NB is magnificent, but currently many bottlenecks remain on its costs and design to be overcome, according to TrendForce. The detachable may see many good reviews, but the sales could be poor this year with its estimated 12% share of the overall touch NB segment.
CyberPower Inc. announced a new series of desktop and notebook gaming PCs based on the 4th Generation Intel Core Processor codenamed Haswell, which promises big gains in power efficiency and graphics performance. Desktop systems start at $559. FANGbook EVO gaming notebooks start at $1399.
As advertising and technology converge, digital signage will develop in significance as a must-have component of integrated marketing campaigns.
There are basically two types of panels, Absorptive and Diffusive. The Absorptive panels absorb the sound waves, basically stopping them from bouncing off the hard surfaces of the room. Diffusive panels scatter the sound waves, which helps keep the room sounding "alive".
A dedicated interface, whether it be a wand-style remote, in-wall touch screen or tabletop touch screen, will always provide a more robust experience than multi-purpose smart devices.
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The penetration rate of the touch-related products accounted for only 6.3% of the global NB shipment in Q1, which is projected to reach only 8.7% in Q2 with more new models joining in, the combined H1'13 penetration rate is around 7.5%, and the overall performance is relatively dim.
TrendForce indicates that lowering prices will be the strategy core to promote touch NBs this year, and cutting the OGS touch module cost will be the key to reach that goal.
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The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection