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Hardware

Anything related to computer hardware


Blade server

Blade server or a blade-server system is a self-contained system including a number of computer units designed for high-performance and high-capacity computing. A blade server can be seen as a bare-bones stripped-down computer. A blade server is a solution suitable for applications needing a lot of computing horse power.

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How to choose the right wireless router?

One necessary device in the wireless local area network is the wireless access point, also often called wireless router. When making a selection regarding a wireless access point or a wireless router, we need to consider several parameters. So, what to consider when buying a wireless router?

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Dual core processor

A dual core processor is exactly what it sounds like. It is two processor cores on one chip. Dual core processors keep the manufacturing cost low through sharing some components while also improving performance through providing more computational power.

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Blade server: benefits and disadvantages

In a need for lower costs and more performance, IT managers are trying to pack more computing power into smaller footprints. Developing a computing infrastructure utilizing blade servers is one way to go. However, even this revolutionary approach has its advantages and disadvantages.

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USB 3.0 (Need for speed)

USB 3.0 is the third-generation of Universal Serial Bus standard for transferring data and connecting devices to your computer. USB 3.0 is much faster than the current widely-used USB 2.0. USB 3.0 is expected to be the new standard in peripherals.

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USB: Universal Serial Bus

USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. USB is the standard for connecting almost any device or peripheral to your computer or laptop. Universal in USB means that it really attempts to be THE way to connect. USB was first released in 1994.

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TFT LCD display or monitor

TFT stands for Thin-Film Transistor. TFT technology is a new standard these days for manufacturing displays, monitors, laptop screens, and other devices. TFT LCD displays can show crisp text, vivid colors, fast animations, and complex graphics.

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ExpressCard

ExpressCard is a new standard for expansion of notebook computers. ExpressCard is a relatively low-cost solution to laptop modularity. ExpressCards are also smaller than traditional PC cards. ExpressCards are used to attach memory, multimedia, wired and wireless communications, security keys, and other features to your laptop.

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LightScribe Disc-Labeling

LightScribe (or Light Scribe) is a new way for making labels for your CDs and DVDs. LightScribe allows you to burn your CD and DVD "labels" directly onto your disks. For now, LightScribe is able to burn only gray-scale images similar to black-and-white photography onto your disks.

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LinkSys Default Password

It is very easy to forget a password in our information age as probably everyone has tons of passwords. Not wanting to remember all passwords, some people leave their home wireless routers set to the default factory settings. But even with that setting, it is easy to "forget" oneself out of a router.

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