Difference Between Fluorescent and LED Tube

One of the most used lamp types around the world is the tubular. Since coming to the market in fluorescent model, revolutionized the way we light offices, shops, garages, and other spaces. For a long time there was a competitor that could compete with her, until the arrival of the LED. Continue reading →

Samsung Says That the Future Has Arrived with the Clock Gear

Samsung released a video last weekend showing all the highlights of the new Galaxy Gear, the intelligent clock company. According to her, the unit is one of the biggest innovations of our time, which indicates that the future as imagined in yet.

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Multimedia Sync System 3, Ford, is Compatible with Smart Clock

Smartwatch clock Gear S2, Samsung brings functions such as vehicle location, sleep alert and schedules of commitments

Launched earlier this month in 2017 line of the Ford Focus, the third generation of Sync multimedia system brought news as new touch screen of eight inches and compatibility with Apple systems and Auto for Andoid CarPlay greater integration with mobile phones. In addition, the new plant can also be connected to the “wearables”-“wearable technology” devices, like the smartwatches, the smart watches.

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Lighting for Video: How to Hit Your Productions

Who produces or wants to start producing audiovisual content need to be extra careful with a specific point: the lighting for video.

A poorly lit scene, besides the impression of lack of knowledge and technical care with the recording, can spoil the viewing experience for your users and impacting very negatively your communication strategy.

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Did You Know That LED also Need Certification?

The LED lamp your need to have quality certificate. For this, the Inmetro (National Institute of metrology, quality and technology) has established conduct and standards for manufacturers and importers. The regulation of LED bulbs is in effect since the day 17 March 2015, with the publication of administrative rule 389 , which establishes the obligation of following norms and standards defined by Inmetro. The purpose is to ensure more safety and reliability of the products. Continue reading →

Topic Of The Day: Availability Of Ipads At Cyberport

Welcome to the Apple Circus!
It can not be denied, on today’s May 28, 2010, it is finally time: The iPad is released on the Teutonic mass of the willing to buy. Once again, a product with the bitten apple makes for ecstasy and loose-fitting bills-what does the crisis take care of us, we want to consume, and on the altar of the commerce, to make joyful dances.

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Test – Diskaid And Senuti: Ipad Mutates To The Hard Disk And Supports The Mp3 Export

Functions that Apple has denied us…
As innovative and functional as the Apple microcosm may be, many useful functions are vehemently interrupted by the “fruit policy”. This is not least the case for Apple’s latest creation, so the iPad can not be used as an external hard drive and the re-import of music tracks to the own computer does not succeed. But what Apple does not offer, is pleased the resourceful programmer-with DiskAid and Senuti exist two shareware programs that leverage these limitations. Both songs were originally developed for the iPod (touch) and the iPhone, and I have already discussed it in my second project Macload . Meanwhile, both tools also support the iPad-I did not hesitate, and joined the Praxistest.

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Water MP3 Finis Neptune Review

Every time we are more users we use mp3 water in the pool. I don’t know if you’ve tried any, but since I have started to use them whenever I go to the pool (outside my group hours) is another element that I put in the backpack. Allow me to enjoy the water along with another of my favorite hobbies: music. Continue reading →

X LCD Monitors CRT

Recently I read an article written by Antonio Vega, published on the site in Boadicahe did a cost comparison between LCD and CRT monitors. The article is from 2005, and even with the stale data relative to the price of LCD monitors, he concluded that even in terms of cost, taking into account a horizon of three years of use, the LCD monitor was more advantageous in financial terms. If we take into account factors ergonomicos, to less radiation, less damage in sight, among others, the advantage is even greater. Continue reading →

So You’ll Find The Perfect Headphones For Mobile Phones

The smartphone is more than a mere tool for conversations. Although a large part of our communications seem to be mobile, smartphones are particularly important in the field of entertainment. For example, for streaming. On the road, good headphones are therefore indispensable. That’s why we’ve been thinking about how to find the perfect headphones for mobile phones.

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How to Choose a Computer

Buy a clone?

So-called “clone” computers mounted from components from various suppliers.

By opting for a clone, you can build a computer at a very good price that meets your needs from A to Z.

However, it is a practice reserved for connoisseurs. You wouldn’t pick you up with a clone built with all that there are worse on the market…

Where to buy? Beware of offers too good to be true and to stores that will close tomorrow. Bet on a trader independent who has for a long time.

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DynaVox TPR-3 and ET-100 Test

Small price, clear, angular shapes, uncompromising renunciation of comfort bells and whistles: Dynavox is on the way to becoming the LADA in the HiFi manufacturers. AUDIO ordered himself a particularly tantalizing combination to test drive: pre-and power amplifier together 520 euro – the DynaVox TPR-3 and ET-100.

DynaVox TPR-3: Red LEDs, metal buttons A little show should probably however it: rather than to stew alone behind brushed aluminum, the two tubes in the DynaVox TPR-3 may use their charms behind glass Windows in scene. And because the delicate Chinese ladies – only more pale glow double Triodes of the type 6N3P – by itself, the DynaVox designer helped to sound two tired of Red LEDs with electronic Rouge in form, which illuminate the tubes from the back. Continue reading →

Panasonic Eluga Test: Showtime

With the Eluga, Panasonic will return to the European stage. The first appearance is not viagra healthy, but promising.

Yet an Android Smartphone? It didn’t slow do we have enough? Wait, friends, because this newcomer has what it takes to attract the attention on a populated stage. His name? Panasonic Eluga. Its qualities? He is slim, handy, nimble, robust – and it looks good.

Here, Panasonic, what comes to mobile phones in Europe, had thrown the towel over five years ago. With Google’s Android operating system the electronics giant from the land of the rising sun sees good opportunities to get his piece of the giant European Smartphone pie. Continue reading →

McIntosh MVP 891 in the Test

McIntosh introduces its second Blu-ray player generation with the MVP 891, now with 3D as well as 32-bit D/A converters and 2000 euros cheaper. A big step in the future? Our test reveals it.

Two years ago, stereoplay tested the first McIntosh, the MVP 881 BluRay player. With around 9000 euros he was one of the most expensive of his Guild, for this he sounded quite wonderfully. Successor MVP 891 testers could see for the first time on this year’s CES show as well the appropriate surround-sub and amp. The amplifiers were not available so far, so stereoplay lunged forward on the new players. He costs less pleasing with about 7000 euro. Continue reading →

Hegel HD 11 in the Test

Hegel wants to do with the arms race to ever-higher data rates. Rather, the Norwegians concentrate on solid construction and ease of use. And what about the sound? The HD 11 in the test.

No, is not a concession on the price “the limit of 24/96, clarifies Hegel developer Andres Ertzeid right at the beginning.” Us was important to provide a to complicated converter with HD 11, which works without any additional driver installation USB.” Brave, one can only say, is but the race to the highest possible USB data rate long ago in full Gange. Der 24/96-standard of the ports on the HD 11, which is not a special offer with 1050 euro, seems there almost anachronistic. But let’s face it: 24/192-pieces of music are still relatively rare. And the available are not all pure Studio master, but often Up sampled files that are usually even worse sound. Continue reading →

Pioneer N-30 in Test

Half priced competitor Onkyo T-4070, pioneer sends its N-30 in the race when the network players. Our test reveals what lawful for the pioneer N-30.

Opulence and lavish Prassen are not his thing – therefore already price factors but in its concentration on the essential, the N-30 beneficial recalls a traditional Japanese “shokato bento”, in which various components of a meal are served artistically and aesthetically perfect reduction. The smaller brother of the N-50 without including its numerous digital inputs and thus also on the possibility of an Asynchronous USB interface – as well as the Onkyo T-4070. The missing two manufacturers features gapless light: the relationship between N-30 and N-50 (below) is not to be overlooked. Continue reading →

Audio Pro LV3 in the Test

We have the audio Pro LV3 in the test. The wireless speakers boast a very warm sound and great bass. The high gloss leaves to be desired however.

If there were an award for new boxes optics, the new Audio Pro LV3 would be a prime candidate. While she is not only a version extended beautifully on stand box successfully in AUDIO 4/10 tested LV2, but a completely different concept for a completely different field of application: while little was rather designed as bookshelf and Nearfield monitor, to the LV3 evenly level the targeted House and less on a special listener target, as it commonly to do classical hi-fi system. Continue reading →

Garmin nuvi 3590 LMT in the Test

Navigation meets Smartphone: the new Garmin Nuvi 3590 LMT takes advantage of the capabilities of Android phones.

The Live services are undoubtedly the greatest achievement of mobile navigation systems in recent years: the GPS units connects to the Internet, to weather info, goals from Google search, downloadable fuel prices and – the most important – current traffic reports.

But although the devices make it easy as possible users with integrated SIM cards and lump-sum payment and the exact traffic reports are a real added value, the market share of live Navis with about ten to 15 percent is alarmingly low. Continue reading →