Nexcopy Adds Standalone microSD Duplicators With microSD Card Sanitization Features
LAKE FOREST, CA – CALIFORNIA, ORANGE COUNTY, June 22, 2016 Nexcopy Inc., a leading manufacturer and developer of flash memory duplicators, introduces two new standalone microSD Duplicator models to Nexcopyâ€™s line of flash memory duplicators and sanitizers. The 1-15 and 1-31 target systems offer unparalleled copy speeds to Secure Digital media with additional functions for device sanitization.
The duplicators function primarily as binary copiers with a variety of built in features including:
Installed this week at the National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi, Sunway TaihuLight easily breaks its way into the top 10 of the international Top500 list for computing systems. More impressive however, is the margin by which it beats the #2 spot(also in China) to be the most powerful computing system in the world. With over 10.5 million locally-made processing cores and 40,960 nodes Sunway TaihuLight is capable of 93 petaflops which is a term most people do not and should not ever need in their lives. Counting up trillions upon trillions is required to put that figure into perspective and it means 93 quadrillion floating-point operations per second (FLOPS). In other words… lots.
Main applications for the system for now include advanced manufacturing, weather forecasting, and big data analytics but we’ve seen computers less powerful being applied to genome mapping and heavily extensive theoretical physics equations. Software for a computer with multiple cores can be difficult to write but software to take advantage of 10 million would be almost as much effort as building the system itself depending on the goal functionality. For the nerdy out there, the Sunway TaihuLight is an extremely high-spec Grand Prix racing car. Fantastic for races in a circuit, but not something any one person would ever need in order to drive to work.
USBCopier Releases More Options For Their Custom USB Drives To Personify Any Company’s Logo Or Mascot In USB Form.
LAKE FOREST, CA – CALIFORNIA, ORANGE COUNTY, June 6, 2016 USBCopier, manufacturer of the most customizable USBs in the industry, have expanded their available selections to include human-shaped USB drives in any fashion imaginable. In addition to the endless possibilities and designs conceived by clients and brought to life by USBCopier, now the personalization has expanded to mascots, avatars, or even a detailed rendition of a particular individual.
Consisting either of elastomers such as silicone, or low malleability plastics, the new generation of personified flash memory will stay unblemished and unbroken to act as a long-lasting reminder of any business’s commitment to quality. Cyrus Riahi, Marketing Manager for USBCopier states, “The new line of USB people makes branding a product or service incredibly easy. For any instance of data load distribution, not only will it always be simple for the receiver to identify and remember a company’s USB, but it’s unique and fun both in personal and professional use.”
As one of the largest audio hardware providers, Bose has become synonymous with quality and consistency. Speakers and music systems are some of their most popular items but the QuietComfort 35 headphones are the active noise cancelling headphones that many users have been waiting for.
At $350, it is a small price bump compared to the previous QuietComfort 25 model which puts it closer to the Beats’ Studio wireless cost. Like the previous model, the QC 35 is lightweight, comfortable, and immersive according to user reviews. With microphones inside and outside the earcups, Bose says the QC35 senses, measures, and sends unwanted sounds to two digital electronic chips, one for each ear, that respond with a precise, equal and opposite signal in a fraction of a millisecond. Also equipped with a brand new equalizing system, the QC35 can balance sound at any supported volume.
ASUS has just unveiled the next iteration of their GX series gaming laptops and it is everything a gamer could ask for. Here are the top three reasons why the GX800 is the laptop of choice in the gaming world.
As we mentioned in our previous post about Amazon cracking down on sellers of unsafe USBs, it’s now evident that many USB Type-C cables are just plain dangerous. With incredible utility does indeed come great responsibility but manufacturers and resellers have not been prioritizing manageable temps and safe power transfers in efforts to maximize data speeds. Fortunately, USBCheck has a solution to put testing for cable integrity directly into the user’s hands.
USBCheck checks current draw when a compatible device is connected to a PC USB port and will tell you if the current draw is following appropriate USB specs and recommendations. While it’s not 100% accurate to keep up with all the devices out there, it gives a strict value which a user can then check against manufacturer power specs.