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The complaints weren’t only from BT customers: those with other ISPs are often angry they have to deal with BT’s Openreach infrastructure arm. However, that could well be set to change: Openreach is in new hands, with CEO Joe Garner promising a renewed focus on customer service, plus Ofcom is forcing it to speed up how quickly engineers address faults. We look forward to seeing the results of those efforts in next year’s survey.Virtual networks again rule the roost when it comes to mobile operators – but this time, the little guy has been pipped by the massive retailer from whom you buy bananas and milk, with giffgaff losing last year’s first-place ranking to Tesco Mobile by a tiny margin.Three of the top four providers in our survey were mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) – companies that sell services using the infrastructure of the big four operators – suggesting the likes of EE, Vodafone and O2 are well aware of how to run a network, but not so clued up on how to please their customers.Tesco Mobile leapt five points overall from last year, while giffgaff gained a point. Both were neck and neck in terms of reliability and speed – which makes sense, since both use O2’s network, although O2 was a full ten points behind for each category.Our Highly Commended award went to Giffgaff after they claimed top spot for the Value for Money category and for the high number of customers who would buy again from the MVNO. “I absolutely love giffgaff. I wouldn’t use another provider again,” says Kate Brown. Virgin Media, which uses T-Mobile’s network, was tripped up by its customer service, as was the only mobile operator to score higher than a virtual network, Three. With solid scores in all the other categories, Three needs only to improve its customer service to have a shot at the top spot. Voters were especially enamoured with the “Feel At Home” service, which means you don’t pay roaming charges in a wide selection of countries. “Three’s Feel At Home has saved me a fortune, and really allowed me to use my mobile anywhere,” says Lee Clarke.EE, the joint venture between Orange and T-Mobile, held the middle of the chart, with solid scores for reliability and speed – as one would expect from a 4G network. It fell down on customer service and value for money. The latter should come as no surprise given the premium EE was originally charging for 4G, but prices have come down as rivals have entered the market.Some users weren’t convinced that the shift from T-Mobile and Orange to EE has been of benefit. “T-Mobile was excellent at customer service and support,” saysPeter Reynolds. “EE just wants to sell data. They’re not particularly informed about the phones they sell.”Of the big providers, O2 had the best-ranked customer service with a 70% score, but tripped up on speeds and prices. Dan Archard sums it up nicely: “Never had a problem with O2: coverage is good and speed is acceptable. Has a bit of a price to it.”Some customers are still using an Orange-badged service, but the bad news for them is that the company slid four points to the bottom of the rankings, with the worst rating for customer service. Indeed, aside from O2, the rest of the big mobile operators need to invest in their support staff and systems; it’s a major weak spot that’s letting virtual networks woo away their customers.It’s clear from reader comments why Apple is again the winner of our Laptops award: top-notch customer service, great build quality and good-looking products. “This was my first Apple product,” said Dr Fiona Wright. “Now I’m hooked for life.” Many comments reiterated that although the products were expensive, the quality was reflected in the end result: “Apple equals quality,” writes Phil Keeling. “You pay for it certainly, but you get what you expect.”Samsung’s star continues to rise, with the company’s laptops earning a Highly Commended for the first time in our Excellence Awards. 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Chillblast took my word and promptly replaced it... very helpful.”And PC Specialist should award customer of the year to David Beal. “I have bought four PCs from PC Specialist, plus five for family presents. I haven’t been let down yet.”If you’re looking for a big name, Lenovo wins out over HP, Dell and Acer in our readers’ experience. Lenovo gained an 83% Overall score, with 90.5% of its customers happy to buy from the company again.When it comes to printers, what people care about – in the home and office – are speed, quality, reliability and running costs. Many manufacturers opt for the razor cost model (loss-making razor, money-making blades) when selling inkjets, which definitely affects people’s perception for running costs. This is why laser specialists tend to do best in this category. But it isn’t the only reason.“It’s the best printer I’ve owned - I’ve previously had Epson, HP and Lexmark printers and had problems with the network reliability,” says Alex Thornicroft of his Brother. Rowan Ramsey is similarly impressed: “An excellent-value budget laser printer that came without the usual package of bloatware.”Samsung takes its familiar place near the top of the satisfaction charts, with Darren Smith saying: “I’m a big fan of Samsung laser printers.”Over the past year, the “tablets will take over the world!” hysteria has died down, but Apple continues to rule the roost in this market. Since the tablet category was introduced three years ago, Apple has won the award every year.Jon Souter’s take is, we suspect, typical of many PC Pro readers: “Seen by many as a toy, I have found that my iPad has become one of my most important work tools, especially for planning and research, leaving my main PC screen free for productive work.” Perhaps the iPad’s continued success is no surprise, but it should look over its shoulder, because Sony’s Xperia range is gathering momentum. Last year, we didn’t even get enough votes for the company’s tablets for it to be rated (we require feedback from at least 50 buyers for a brand to qualify in a category). 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HP 200002-001 Battery

Posté par dovendosi le 21/02/2017

For example, creatives working on portrait images, magazines or documents benefit from quickly spinning a screen on its side, and flipping a screen 90° degrees is a common desire amongst programmers as it allows them to display and edit more lines of code. Take a look at how to speed up a laptop or PC too.Whatever the reason - even if you're the recipient of an office gag carried out by an unkind colleague - rotating your screen 90° is an easy task, and here we've covered a couple of ways to do it.If you’re running Windows 7 or 8, you may be able to quickly rotate your screen 90°, 180° or 270° at any time by pressing three keys.Simply hold down Control + Alt and then select the arrow key for which way you want your laptop or PC screen to face.Your monitor will then go briefly go blank and will return in a few seconds facing a different orientation. To restore this back to the traditional settings, press Control + Alt + the up arrow. Another way to rotate your screen is to right click the Windows desktop and select Screen Resolution from the dropdown menu that appears. Changing the screen orientation via Control Panel is equally simple. Press the Windows key and type in Screen Resolution then press enter.From here select the monitor that you wish to rotate from the Display drop-down box and then finally select Portrait or Landscape in the Orientation field. You can also rotate a display using your graphics card’s control panel. (Note that there are too many different software suites to list the each one individually, so treat this as a general guide.)A shortcut to your graphics control panel can be found in a couple of places. Right-clicking the desktop and selecting the appropriate option will give you access to the Intel, Nvidia or AMD graphics card control panels, but the graphics drivers and software often add icons to the system tray on the right-hand side of your taskbar. 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However, for those who already own a 3D printer, the kit includes the STL files necessary to print your own case, giving owners the option to customise their own case design.The Pi-Top team has also developed a series of HATs - small add-on boards that allow you to extend the functionality of the Raspberry Pi. These include kits that allow you to turn a Pi into a robot (for which you can again print a 3D case) or a home automation device.Pi-Top focuses on teaching people how to create real hardware, the makers claim on their Indiegogo project page. Online and integrated lesson plans teach you how to understand electronics, create printed circuit boards, and 3D print objects.The project aimed to raise $80,000 by this Thursday, but it has already blasted past that target, accumulating $125,000 in pledges at the time of publication.Backers aren't expected to receive their Pi Top laptops until next May. We have sourced every component needed for Pi-Top from suppliers across the world to create the 3D printed prototypes we have today, the team says on its Indiegogo page. After thorough testing and relationship building with our suppliers, Pi-Top is now ready to be released on a larger scale. The two co-founders of the project are Jesse Lozano, a law student who studied software development in his spare time, and Ryan Dunwoody, who studied engineering at Oxford.The PC Pro Excellence Awards are our honours for the best tech prodects and services of the year, from consumer goods such as laptops and tablets, all the way through to busines equipment like servers. These awards go to the most outstanding examples of design, reliability and value for money, nominated by you and chosen by us. We couldn’t do the awards without our readers, with 8,337 of them rating products and services they’d bought for everything from reliability to value. 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Only BT-owned Plusnet comes close. “I couldn’t rate the support and service from Zen highly enough,” notes one Birmingham-based user. “They’re the only ISP I would recommend now.” Zen was just as strong for reliability, with its 97% score also well above rivals. Can you imagine your children coming home with such glowing grades? 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The company’s customers clearly love it: no wonder then that the vast majority would buy from Zen again, with Jonathan Duggan-Keen describing the ISP as “faultless”. Jules Williamson-Cotton has used Zen for nine years and “cannot recommend them enough,” saying she wishes “all companies were like Zen... the world’s best ISP for sure!” Now that’s how to build a broadband business.As ever, Plusnet is the bridesmaid rather than the bride, again coming in second to Zen. It remains an achievement: nine out of ten customers would buy from Plusnet again, with customers praising its customer service. Mike Stayman’s comment sums up the sentiment nicely: “Plusnet never treats customers like idiots.”Plusnet came close to beating Zen on value for money, an area in which it won praise from customers. “Great value. I constantly check other ISPs and none can yet compete with the packages from Plusnet,” says Scott Kelly from East Kilbride.Others warned that prices have recently increased, so Plusnet will need to be careful to keep costs down. “I’ve just dropped Plusnet after being with them for more than 15 years, because they became too expensive for what I was getting,” says Mark Wallis. “I was sad to leave Plusnet, but I don’t like being ripped off.”Those looking for budget broadband may also want to consider TalkTalk. Its budget focus continues to win a solid Value for Money score of 74%, despite posting less rosy results in the other categories.Who else could challenge Zen for the top spot? Virgin’s speed ranking continues to improve; no surprise given its recent speed boosts, which bumped its lowest-tier 30Mbits/sec lines to 50Mbits/sec for no added cost. It has also improved its customer support and reliability – if that trend continues, Zen could have another challenger to its crown. “I would factor in the availability of Virgin Media cable broadband into any house-purchasing decisions I made,” says Colin Ashdown, currently based in Peterborough. “I’d be highly unlikely to move into an area where it wasn’t available.” BT has had a disappointing year in our Excellence Awards. 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Por otra parte, desarrollar un coche no implica necesariamente tener que lanzarlo al mercado. Puede servir de aprendizaje para mejorar y desarrollar otros productos como, por ejemplo, baterías.Jeff Bezos no cambia ni un ápice en su estrategia con los dispositivos propios de la firma y mantiene su arriesgada apuesta por la comercialización de dispositivos de muy bajo coste que apenas cubren los costes de fabricación con la esperanza de rentabilizarlos posteriormente por la vía de los contenidos en Amazon. Este camino le ha traído grandes éxitos, como su eReader Kindle, y grandes fiascos, como su smartphone Fire Phone. Y en medio de todo esto, su nuevo tablet, Fire, con un precio de venta de 59,99 euros.Por este precio no se puede pedir, obviamente, un terminal de alta gama y, de hecho, la propia firma ha comparado su rendimiento con la versión Lite del Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, es decir, la generación anterior de los tablets de la firma coreana. Se trata de un tablet de 7 pulgadas con tecnología IPS, similar a la que poseen muchos dispositivos de gama media del mercado. En cuanto a su procesador, este es un MediaTek Quad-Core de 1,3 GHz, a priori correcto pero a años luz del rendimiento de los chips de Samsung o de Qualcomm.Parece que uno de los fuertes de este tablet será su resistencia. Desde Amazon aseguran que su nuevo Fire ha conseguido obtener mejores resultados en los tests de caída libre que la última generación del iPad Air, siendo casi dos veces más resistente que este dispositivo.En el resto de características técnicas, poco que destacar: cámara frontal y trasera y una amplia variedad de accesorios oficiales que la propia Amazon vende en su tienda online, como una funda protectora en cinco colores –negro, azul, naranja, verde y violeta– que cuenta con un soporte integrado que te permite sujetar el tablet tanto en horizontal como en vertical. 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Batería Asus M68V

Posté par dovendosi le 20/02/2017

Sí encontramos botones en el lateral derecho del móvil (volumen y bloqueo/encendido), así como las ranuras para las 2 tarjetas microSIM que admite el terminal y microSD, para extender los 16 Gb de memoria interna con que cuenta el dispositivo. Finalizando la exploración visual, en la parte trasera encontramos la lente principal y su doble flash LED, mientras que en la base se encuentra la salida microUSB y los altavoces principales con tecnología Dolby. Como viene siendo habitual en la gran mayoría de smartphones, la carcasa trasera no se puede retirar, con lo que no podemos cambiar la batería. El BQ Aquaris A4.5 destaca por encima de sus competidores en este segmento gracias, principalmente, a su gran pantalla IPS de 4,5 pulgadas en calidad qHD (960 x 540 con 244.77 ppi) que, además, incluye tecnología Quantum Color +, que asegura un rango de color muy amplio, tecnología antihuellas y protección Dragontrail, además de una capa de álcali-aluminosilicato reforzado resistente al rayado, los impactos y la torsión. Todo ello consigue un ‘screen’ con un contraste muy bueno y una sensación de resistencia a golpes muy por delante de sus rivales.El rendimiento ya es otro tema y aquí es donde BQ ha metido la tijera para poder mantener el precio bajo de este Android One. Cuenta con un procesador Mediatek MT6735M Quad Core Cortex A53 de 1 GHz y una gráfica ARM Mali T720-MP1 hasta 450 MHz. Si a ello le unimos 1 escaso Gb de RAM, el funcionamiento del móvil será correcto siempre y cuando no queramos ejecutar tareas muy complejas o tengamos demasiados procesos en segundo plano, circunstancias en las que un poco más de potencia no le hubiera venido nada mal.Y de un punto a mejorar a otro en el que poco se le puede replicar al BQ Aquaris A4.5: su batería. No en vano, la compañía española ha sacrificado el grosor de su móvil en favor de implementar una batería LiPO de 2.470 mAh, que aguanta en funcionamiento sin problema hasta 24 horas, siempre y cuando no tengamos activado el 4G y el Bluetooth continuamente.Un aspecto donde volvemos a la realidad del precio que estamos pagando por este móvil son sus cámaras, trasera de 8 Mpx y de una frontal de 5 Mpx. Ambas graban vídeo en HD y cuentan con flash LED, doble en el caso del sensor trasero.Sin embargo, la cámara no destaca especialmente por su calidad ni por la captura del color, siendo especialmente complicado sacar buenas fotos en situaciones de nocturnidad o en interiores, como demuestra esta imagen. El BQ Aquaris A4.5 incorpora Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, aunque se actualizará a Android 6.0 Marshmallow (la última versión de Android) próximamente ya que la actualización del software está garantizada durante 24 meses.Además, incluye otras aplicaciones de Google preinstaladas como Google Map, YouTube, Google Play y Google Translate. Por último, señalar el importante valor añadido de los 5 años de garantía que BQ ofrece para este terminal.Apple creó el primer teléfono inteligente en 2007, dando el pistoletazo de salida para la explosión de la tecnología móvil. 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HP 4UR18650-2-7 Battery

Posté par dovendosi le 18/02/2017

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HP CC06XL Battery

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Whatever the reason - even if you're the recipient of an office gag carried out by an unkind colleague - rotating your screen 90° is an easy task, and here we've covered a couple of ways to do it. If you’re running Windows 7 or 8, you may be able to quickly rotate your screen 90°, 180° or 270° at any time by pressing three keys.Simply hold down Control + Alt and then select the arrow key for which way you want your laptop or PC screen to face.Your monitor will then go briefly go blank and will return in a few seconds facing a different orientation. To restore this back to the traditional settings, press Control + Alt + the up arrow.If this doesn't work, you'll need to use one of the methods below. Another way to rotate your screen is to right click the Windows desktop and select Screen Resolution from the dropdown menu that appears. Changing the screen orientation via Control Panel is equally simple. 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Generally, smaller technology means a chip can draw less power, and hence run faster without overheating. Intel current Core processors use minute, 14nm technology (14 billionths of a metre), and the company plans to shrink to 10nm next year. IBM’s latest test chip slashes the size of the transistors inside the chip to a scale that's only three times wider than a strand of human DNA.To make the leap to 7nm, IBM and its research partners had to develop new manufacturing methods. The researchers used highly conductive silicon-germanium to carry the charge through the chip's transistors, rather than regular silicon, and used extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography to inscribe the design - effectively using a very high-frequency laser to etch smaller patterns onto the chip’s surface than had previously been possible.There’s something appealingly stripped-back about the design of the Aspire ES1-111M. Where some of Acer’s previous budget laptops and Chromebooks look and feel like My First Ultrabook, this one is all about the bare essentials. See also: what's the best laptop you can buy in 2015?The base still feels lightweight, and there’s too much flex in the lid, but the overall construction is solid, and the matte textures and rubber feet mean it sits as well on the lap as on the desk. At just over 21mm thick and a weight of 1.29kg, the ES1-111M is light and portable.The screen is among the best we've seen on a budget laptop. Viewing angles could be wider, with colours fading once you move off-centre, but the brightness level of 273cd/m2 is impressive, even if it comes at the cost of darker greys and deep black.Images look crisp and punchy, while movies have plenty of impact. 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However, we noticed that while Acer ships the ES1-111M with 2GB of RAM as standard, our test sample shipped with 4GB. This means our figures will be slightly faster than the figures you'll get from a retail machine.Luckily, this doesn’t affect its biggest selling point: battery life. Lasting for well over 13 hours of light use and over eight hours of heavy work, the ES1-111M keeps going when most other laptops – of any price – start to falter.It seems unfair to be too harsh on a laptop which costs a measly £175, but such a low price isn't the headline-grabbing feature it once was. There are plenty of excellent rivals available for similar money - not least the HP Stream 11 - and the Acer just isn't consistently good enough to win itself an award. If battery life is a prioroty, however, we wouldn't rule it out completely.For a long time now, if you’ve been looking for the very best in slim, light laptops, you’ve had to turn - however reluctantly - to Apple's MacBook family. With great battery life, top quality displays, zippy performance that doesn’t deteriorate over time and cutting edge design, its laptops have delivered every time. But the challenge from Windows portables is steadily growing, and Dell’s latest laptop - the Dell XPS 13 - aims to overtake Apple and pull ahead. See also: what are 2015's best laptops?From a design perspective, Dell has got it nailed. The laptop’s lid and base are finished in silky smooth aluminium that feels stiff enough to survive a nuclear strike - or at the very least being sat on on the sofa. The keyboard surround is clad in a sumptuous, soft-touch carbon-fibre effect plastic, and despite the bombproof build, the whole thing is very light, weighing a mere 1.27kg. 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Batería Asus A6Vc

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Adiós coche inteligente, ¡hola triciclo inteligente!Otra de las innovaciones más disruptivas de este año que ahora concluye fue la presentada por un científico del Massachusetts Institute of Technology llamado Ryan Chin. Este hombre trabaja en una suerte de triciclo inteligente, que encarna tres de las tendencias que determinarán cuál será el medio de transporte del futuro: compartir desplazamientos, la autonomía y la energía eléctrica. El triciclo cuenta con un chasis de fibra de carbono y un motor de 250 watios, que le permite alcanzar una velocidad de hasta 12 millas (alrededor de 19 kilómetros) por hora, y está diseñado para circular por los carriles para bicicletas de las ciudades.Este peculiar vehículo está diseñado para ser capaz de desplazarse sin conductor de un punto a otro, para así poder ser compartido por facilidad por usuarios que se encuentren en lugares distintos. 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El responsable de la compañía que creó el Mac ha notificado la muerte del ordenador personal, tal y como lo conocíamos hasta ahora.“¿Por qué alguien se compraría un PC hoy? En serio, ¿qué razones hay para ello?”, se ha preguntado el empresario, en una de sus últimas intervenciones en público, recogida por el diario británico The Telegraph. Ha sido en la Apple Store ubicada en Covent Garden, Londres, ciudad que Cook ha visitado coincidiendo con el lanzamiento del nuevo iPad Pro.Esta revisión de la tableta de Apple, con pantalla de 12,9 pulgadas, potentísimos altavoces y una potencia que, según sus creadores, la sitúa hasta un 80% `por encima de muchos de los portátiles del mercado, llegará a la boutique online de Apple este miércoles 11 de noviembre, y a finales de semana podrá adquirirse en las tiendas oficiales de países entre los que figura España.El propio Tim Cook se ha referido a iPad Pro como “la principal novedad del iPad desde el nacimiento del iPad”. 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Empezarán a usarlo y pronto comprenderán que ya no necesitan usar ningún otro dispositivo además de sus teléfonos móviles”, ha asegurado Cook en su visita a Gran Bretaña. Su precio también es de ordenador: oscilará entre los 799 dólares de la versión de 32Gb hasta los 1079 de la edición con 128 Gb, pasando por una versión intermedia de 949 dólaresAnte la pregunta de si este nuevo iPad podría canibalizar las ventas de iPhone, Cook se ha mostrado relajado e incluso ha bromeado. “Algunos consumidores ya utilizan el iPad mini para leer en la cama porque lo encuentran más relajante que hacerlo en su teléfono. Creo que está claro que hay cierta canibalización, y que la habrá, pero no queremos gastar ni tiempo ni energía preocupándonos por eso, porque mientras seamos nosotros nuestros propios caníbales, todo estará bien”, ha dicho.Si hace unas semanas un informe independiente desveló que la aplicación de Facebook para iOS podría ejercer un gasto desmesurado de la batería del iPhone, esta vez han sido los propios usuarios de Apple los que se han unido en una demanda colectiva contra la compañía de Cupertino por un motivo similar, en la que alegan que el nuevo sistema operativo iOS 9 deja en manos de la firma de la manzana el uso de su tarifa de datos.Este grupo de consumidores han presentado la querella en el juzgado de San José, California, muy cerca de donde se encuentra la sede de Apple, según informa el diario EL PAÍS. En ella denuncian que iOS 9 activa por defecto en algunos de los dispositivos una función conocida como wifi asistido, que delega en Apple el uso de los datos móviles.Desde Apple ya han informado de que existe un menú en los ajustes iOS 9 que permite activar o desactivar la asistencia, y que su intención es la de permitir que si falla la red wifi el dispositivo pase, automáticamente, a utilizar la móvil, proporcionando, así, a sus usuarios una conexión más sólida. El problema, según los demandantes, es, sin embargo, el de siempre: esta información no se ha proporcionado de forma lo suficientemente transparente a los usuarios, muchos de los cuales no sabían o no saben que se estaban usando sus datos móviles, teniendo que enfrentarse a facturas y consumos inesperados. Ahora los afectados quieren que se les compense por el gasto generado.Una noticia que pone de relieve, una vez más, el desconocimiento que en tantas ocasiones tienen los usuarios respecto al uso de sus datos, batería o privacidad por parte de las aplicaciones que descargan e instalan en su móvil. Y no solo en el caso de aquellas menos conocidas; también en el de las que tienen tras de sí a firmas tecnológicas de relieve. Hace unos días el investigador especializado en ciberseguridad Jonathan Zdiarski explicaba que el uso que la versión de Facebook para iOS hace de la función de geolocalización en segundo plano podría ser responsable del gasto de hasta un 15% de la batería en iPhone 6S Plus. http://www.portatilbateria-es.com/apple.html http://www.portatilbateria-es.com/apple.html

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Claro que un condicionante fundamental para la expansión de este tipo de vehículos es que las infraestructuras de carga crezcan a un ritmo adecuado. A nadie se le escapa que será complicado convencer a los usuarios de los beneficios del coche eléctrico si no pueden recargarlos de una forma relativamente sencilla y barata.Dinsa, una empresa de soluciones y servicios tecnológicos del Grupo ACS, ha desarrollado el proyecto Sirveac que consiste en crear unos puntos de carga que no se limitan únicamente a las gasolineras. “A corto plazo, los puntos de carga para vehículos eléctricos, directa o indirectamente, serán obligatorios para todos los municipios y aparcamientos públicos”, nos cuenta Juan Cuenca, ingeniero del área Smart Cities de Dinsa. “Las localidades que ya se preocupan por su instalación se están aprovechando de subvenciones como la iniciativa de la Junta de Castilla y León para el desarrollo de la infraestructura de recargas y, además, se están promocionando turísticamente”.Buena prueba de ello son las poblaciones de Pedrajas de San Esteban y Cabezón de Pisuerga (en Valladolid) o Guijuelo (en Salamanca), donde soluciones como Sirveac han abierto la puerta a la explotación económica de los puntos de recarga de vehículos eléctricos por parte de los ayuntamientos. Con la ventaja además de que, gracias a estas instalaciones, muchos usuarios de estos coches eligen estos destinos para comer o realizar compras, mientras que su automóvil se recarga.Con esta solución de Dinsa, la recarga completa de las baterías de un coche eléctrico medio de entre 22kWh y 24 kWh de capacidad se completa en un tiempo estimado de entre una hora y una hora y cuarto (en estaciones con una potencia instalada de 22kW).La tecnología Big Data de la plataforma de gestión permite al conductor controlar el consumo y realizar un mantenimiento preventivo del vehículo. Unos datos que el usuario tiene disponible directamente en el smartphone a través de una app, desde la que pueden reservar el punto de carga. Otra ventaja pensada para fomentar el turismo rural gracias al coche eléctrico y hacia los pueblos que ofrezcan este tipo de soluciones.El proyecto, secreto a voces en la industria pese a las negativas de Apple, se queda por el momento sin responsable tras la salida de Steve Zadesky.The Wall Street Journal informó ayer de que Steve Zadesky, el directivo de Apple que lideraba el Proyecto Titan de Apple para construir un coche eléctrico, habría abandonado la compañía. El periódico estadounidense citaba a “una persona del entorno” como fuente y atribuía la decisión a “motivos personales”.Steve Zadesky dio sus primeros pasos en la industria como ingeniero de Ford Motor, pero ha pasado los últimos 17 años en Apple, donde ha conformado y dirigido los equipos responsables de desarrollar el primer iPod y el primer iPhone, así como los de varias de las versiones posteriores de ambos dispositivos. 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A tenor de la filtración del abandono de Zadesky como responsable del Proyecto Titan, no parece que la política de secretismo haya dado muchos frutos.El pasado mes de octubre el CEO de la compañía, Tim Cook, vaticinó ante los asistentes de la conferencia ‘Wall Street Journal Live’ que la industria automotriz experimentaría en los próximos años un ‘cambio masivo’, aunque no hizo ninguna mención a la participación de su compañía en dicho cambio.Sin embargo, según el USA Today, el Proyecto Titan se habría marcado 2019 como fecha de lanzamiento del primer vehículo Apple, y la compañía habría estado negociando con los operadores de un antiguo recinto militar en el estado de California para usarlo como centro de pruebas.USA Today cita también la opinión del analista Akshay Anand acerca del abandono de Zadesky: “Pese a que su salida pueda parecer un golpe, la realidad es que Apple tiene suficiente dinero y capacidad como para contratar a casi cualquiera que deseen. Esto no debería afectar a los esfuerzos de Apple para convertirse en un actor relevante en el sector de la automoción”.Después de que Microsoft lleve un tiempo impulsando sus Surface en el mercado empresarial y de que Apple decidiera el pasado año lanzar el iPad Pro -una versión de sus populares tablets orientado a usuarios con grandes exigencias de productividad-, ahora es la coreana Samsung la que contraataca con un modelo muy interesante de cara a este tipo de consumidores profesionales o más exigentes.Así, en el marco del CES 2016 que se celebra estos días en Las Vegas (Nevada), Samsung ha desvelado el Galaxy TabPro S, un dispositivo de 12 pulgadas que monta Windows 10 y que, según afirma la empresa, permite aunar de una vez por todas las capacidades de un PC con la ligereza de un tablet. No en vano, Samsung ya contaba con numerosos modelos orientados al mercado de la productividad, pero este es sin duda la gran apuesta de la firma coreana para liderar este segmento, desde el momento en que se ponga a la venta el próximo mes de febrero.Se trata, como decimos, de un tablet con una pantalla más grande de lo habitual en Samsung, aunque mantiene la tecnología Super AMOLED en su ‘screen’ de 2160×1440 de resolución. A pesar de su aumento de tamaño (290.3×198.8), la firma coreana presume de que el Galaxy TabPro S apenas presenta un grosor de 6,3 milímetros y un peso ajustado de 693 gramos.Su funda hace las veces de teclado, al estilo de lo que instauró Microsoft con su Surface aunque con un diseño que recuerda mucho más al de un PC clásico. En ese sentido, Samsung ha explicado en el CES 2016 que la bisagra del teclado no solo facilita dos posiciones, para una visualización más cómoda en cualquier situación, sino que, además, la clavija Pogo del teclado de Samsung Galaxy TabPro S elimina la necesidad de emparejar o cargar por separado. Por otro lado, para mejorar la productividad, se podrá adquirir por separado el adaptador multi-puerto (HDMI, USB Tipo A y C) y el lápiz bluetooth. La Samsung Galaxy TabPro S apoya su rendimiento en un procesador Intel Core M de sexta generación y doble núcleo (Dual Core 2.2GHz) y en sus 4 Gb de memoria RAM. Acompañando a este despliegue encontramos una memoria interna de 128 Gb, conectividad WiFi, LTE y NFC. 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Según las cifras ofrecidas por el propio fabricante, la batería de Samsung Galaxy TabPro S puede ser cargada completamente en 2 horas y media y permite disfrutar del equipo hasta 10 horas y media. El precio del equipo aún no ha sido desvelado.La creciente preocupación por la seguridad de los datos personales, la caída en la demanda de smartphones y tablets, y el estancamiento en la implantación del Internet de las Cosas, son obstáculos que están afectando ya al mercado de la electrónica de consumo, y que lo seguirán haciendo a lo largo de este 2016.Al menos, eso es lo que revelan las conclusiones de un sondeo realizado por Accenture a 28.000 consumidores de 28 países diferentes. Según este estudio (‘Igniting Growth in Consumer Technology‘), prácticamente la mitad de los encuestados (el 47%) sitúa los problemas de seguridad y privacidad como una de las 3 principales barreras a la hora de decidirse a comprar un servicio o dispositivo IoT (incluyendo en esta categoría desde pulseras inteligentes de monitorización deportiva hasta termostatos inteligentes).Entre los encuestados que manifestaron poseer un dispositivo de este tipo o tener planeado adquirirlo a lo largo del año que viene, un 69% dijo saber que son productos hackeables. Y, de aquellos que deseaban adquirir dispositivos IoT en los próximos años, el 24% ha optado por posponer la compra y el 18% ya ha dejado de usar algún dispositivo similar hasta tener garantías de una mayor seguridad.La encuesta también pone de relieve la escasa demanda de los dispositivos tecnológicos de consumo más tradicionales. Así, por ejemplo, menos de la mitad (un 48%) de los encuestados manifestó su intención de comprar un smartphone este año. Si lo comparamos con los datos del año pasado, se aprecia una notable bajada de 6 puntos (desde el 54%). En consonancia con esto, el número de personas que manifestó estar planeando comprar un nuevo televisor (30%) o una tablet (29%) también se redujo desde el 38% que cosecharon ambos dispositivos en 2015.Según Sami Luukkonen, director global del grupo de Electrónica y Alta Tecnología de Accenture, “la desaceleración en el mercado de la tecnología de consumo es irrefutable y global. El mercado no necesita aparatos más ostentosos sino, más bien, prestar servicios digitales más seguros, innovadores y prácticos. Si la demanda de dispositivos sigue disminuyendo, la industria tendrá que dar un giro hacia productos que los consumidores sean capaces de usar con confianza”.Sólo el 13% de los encuestados, por ejemplo, reconoció estar planeando comprar un smartwatch a lo largo de este año, una subida de tan sólo un punto porcentual con respecto al año pasado. Las perspectivas de compra de otros dispositivos wearables o IoT es exactamente la misma. A eso se une que algunos smartwatches no están cumpliendo con las expectativas de diseño, esperanza de vida de las baterías, o facilidad de uso. http://www.dearbattery.co.uk/lenovo.html http://www.dearbattery.co.uk/lenovo.html

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Batería ASUS ZenBook UX51

Posté par dovendosi le 17/02/2017

Lo primero que deberías tener en cuenta es tu presupuesto y el uso que le vas a dar al terminal. Si no eres demasiado exigente, quizá te interese ahorrar un buen dinerito adquiriendo un smartphone de gama media o incluso baja.Eso sí, si eres un usuario exigente y prefieres hacer una inversión en un móvil de gama alta que rinda perfectamente durante los próximos años, has llegado al lugar adecuado.Esta es nuestra lista de los mejores móviles de 2016. Y sí, sabemos que todavía es pronto, pero iremos actualizando el listado según se presenten nuevos modelos con prestaciones y rendimiento suficientes como para reemplazar a los que actualmente la componen.Telefónica ha presentado hoy en público su centro de innovación y tecnología en el que se testan los servicios antes de lanzarlos al mercado. Las instalaciones cuentan con 3.000 m2 en los que se replica, a escala, toda la red tanto fija como móvil de España, que funciona de forma totalmente autónoma, con todos los avances y recursos necesarios para probar todos los servicios antes de que estos se lancen al mercado.Facebook está de cumpleaños. La red social más importante del mundo acaba de cumplir 12 años, y todos sus usuarios están invitados a participar en el llamado “Día de los Amigos” donde gracias a una sencilla aplicación de fotografía y vídeo se podrán rememorar los mejores momentos que se han compartido con familiares y todo tipo de amigos.Los últimos días han sido muy importantes para Facebook, tanto como empresa como por red social. En el aspecto más frío contamos con que Facebook ya ha superado la barrera de los 1.500 millones de usuarios en todo el mundo, pero también hoy, 4 de febrero, se han cumplido 12 años desde que su creador , Mark Zuckerberg, se adentrara en un proyecto que, literalmente le ha hecho tan poderoso como para ya considerarle como el cuarto hombre más rico de todo el mundo.Hace unos días el propio Mark Zuckerberg nos invitaba a compartir con el hashtag#FriendsDay aquellos momentos, por escrito, que recordaba cada usuario con sus mejores amigos y hoy, a modo de sorpresa, han lanzado una sencilla aplicación de fotografía y vídeo.El acceso a esta aplicación se puede hacer desde nuestra propia página de Facebook o bien directamente desde este enlace, y mediante ella se crea un sencillo vídeo fotográfico que recoge las fotografías más destacadas que tenemos en nuestros álbum de fotos, homenajeando así a todos nuestros amigos e invitando a que lo compartamos para darles una sorpresa.También se han estrenado dos nuevos paquetes de pegatinas en la tienda, Best Friends y Friendship, que podrán descargarse de forma gratuita para dar un sentido diferente a nuestros mensajes. De esta manera Facebook ya cumple 12 años entre nosotros en una red social que no deja de crecer y adaptarse a los nuevos tiempos tecnológicos.¿Sabes qué es un SAI? Se trata de un elemento que protege tu ordenador o tus dispositivos electrónicos frente a caídas o fluctuaciones de la tensión eléctrica.Los equipos informáticos no son baratos. Y que por culpa de una instalación eléctrica puedas ya no sólo perder información, sino perder la propia máquina es algo a tener en cuenta. Hoy en día dependemos en gran parte de la información almacenada en nuestros ordenadores, por lo que poner medidas de seguridad en forma de SAI es una elección acertada. Pero, ¿qué es y para qué sirve un SAI?En sus orígenes este tipo de equipos se dirigió a soluciones empresariales, como protección para servidores, centros de cálculo (también conocidos como CPD, centros de procesamiento de datos), o grandes empresas. Años más tarde se incorpora en el mundo del consumo, y en estos momentos tenemos unos precios que son accesibles para todos.SAI es un acrónimo de Sistema de Alimentación Ininterrumpida (en inglés UPS, uninterruptible power supply), y lo que se consigue con ello es asegurar el funcionamiento de un equipo aun cuando deja de haber suministro eléctrico.Esto se consigue gracias al empleo de una batería que se activa en el momento que se detecta la caída de tensión, asegurando que no tendremos pérdida de datos y teniendo el tiempo necesario para asegurar nuestros archivos mientras se soluciona el problema.Corte de suministro: es algo que suele ser común por obras en los alrededores o en el propio edificio, aunque lo normal es que sea comunicada con previo aviso, salvo fallo total de la red.Subidas o bajadas de tensión: subida o bajada sostenida por encima del 110% u 85% respectivamente.Picos de tensión o bajadas momentáneas: subidas o bajadas puntuales pero de mayor amplitud por irregularidades en el voltaje.Ruido eléctrico: Variación en el voltaje de poca amplitud que puede afectar al hardware del ordenador.¿Qué clases de SAI existen?Lo normal es que cualquiera de estos problemas pueda hacer saltar el diferencial de nuestra vivienda u oficina, pero si no lo hace, o lo hace tarde, tu ordenador puede sufrir daños irreversibles. Pero no todos los Sistema de Alimentación Ininterrumpida son capaces de responder ante estos problemas de la misma manera. 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Es un modelo que cada vez se utiliza menos, y que no recomendamos.SAI interactivo: Es el modelo más común en estos momentos, y el más recomendable. Además de ofrecer el backup de la batería cuando no tengamos corriente, el dispositivo inline incorpora un filtro para reducir en gran parte los problemas con origen en subidas o bajadas, así como ruido, de manera que gran parte de los problemas que puedan surgir están cubiertos. SAI online: Este es el más completo de todos, ya que convierte la energía entrante en energía completamente limpia a través de un proceso de transformación donde la energía entrante alterna es transformada en continua, para luego volver a ser ya alterna, pero totalmente filtrada. Es un modelo pensado para servidores que estén funcionando 24/7, que necesitan la máxima estabilidad y seguridad posible, y cuentan con un precio claramente superior.La primera característica que llama la atención es el tamaño, y es un factor importante, ya que ocupa un volumen similar al de un ordenador pequeño, y cuenta con un peso superior a este. Necesitamos tener esto presente para poder ubicarlo, ya que es un volumen con el que normalmente no se cuenta.A nivel de conectividad nos encontramos con que muchos modelos utilizan entradas de alimentación IEC, que son las conexiones que están en la salida de las fuentes de alimentación, y serán necesarios unos cables diferentes a los SCHUCKO que nos encontramos normalmente en nuestras tomas de corriente que tenemos en casa. 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Para que os sirva de referencia, os diremos que un equipo de alta gama o gaming junto con su monitor y periféricos necesitaría de un modelo de unos 1400 o 1500 VA. No obstante hay que tender a sobredimensionar ya que hay factores, como por ejemplo el overclocking, que incrementan el consumo de manera significativa. 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Batería ASUS S300CA

Posté par dovendosi le 17/02/2017

SolarCity diseña e instala paneles solares en edificios y solares. En sólo nueve años se ha convertido en uno de los líderes mundiales del mercado de paneles solares, acumulando una plantilla de 13.000 trabajadores, lo que da una idea de su magnitud. Nombrado Empresario del Año en 2007 por la revista Inc Magazine, Forbes lo considera uno de los 20 empresarios más influyentes del mundo. Esquire lo incluye en la lista de las 75 personas más influyentes del siglo XXI.Elon Musk también ha pasado malos momentos en la vida, como el fallecimiento de su primer hijo con sólo tres meses de vida. Actualmente es padre de gemelos y trillizos, lo que nos da una idea de su determinación frente a las dificultades de la vida.No contento con poner cohetes en órbita (y hacerlos volver sanos y salvos), y con iniciar un cambio en la sociedad que aspira a que todo el mundo conduzcamos coches eléctricos y vivamos en casas alimentadas con energía solar, la visión de Elon Musk va muchos más allá. Fanático del trabajo (asegura que trabaja 100 horas a la semana, una media de 14 horas al día incluyendo fines de semana), los nuevos proyectos de este pionero consisten en poner en marcha un tren tubular que viaje a 1200 Km por hora, llevar Internet a todo el planeta… y colonizar Marte.Presentado en 2013 por el propio Elon Musk, el proyecto Hyperloop propone construir tubos presurizados por los que circulan trenes balas capaces de alcanzar los 1200 km/h. O lo que es lo mismo, la posibilidad de viajar de Madrid a Barcelona en media hora.Musk ha dicho que si nadie se atreve a llevar a cabo el proyecto, lo pondrá en marcha él mismo. Y parece que la maquinaria ha comenzado a rodar: Hyperloop Transportation Technologies ha recibido financiación de varias empresas internacionales. Las obras para construir los tubos que sirvan de prueba se iniciarán el próximo mes de mayo en California, con el objetivo de conectar San Francisco y Los Ángeles en trayectos de media hora. Elon Musk se ha aliado con Greg Wyler, un veterano de la industria espacial y ex-ejecutivo de Google, para poner en órbita una red de 700 satélites que ofrecerán Internet con cobertura planetaria.Los satélites tendrían la mitad de peso y tamaño que el más pequeño satélite de comunicaciones actual, alrededor de 110 Kilogramos, y su coste también podría reducirse a menos de un millón de dólares por satélite. Con estas cifras, sí sería viable lanzar una red de 700 minisatélites. Además, la empresa de Wyler, WorldVu Satellites, posee los derechos de un amplio espectro radioeléctrico.Según los expertos tanto los satélites como su puesta en órbita deberían superar multitud de trabas, y es probable que no se haga realidad hasta el año 2018 o 2019. Al igual que Bill Gates o Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk ha confesado su temor a que la inteligencia artificial se vuelva más inteligente que los humanos, y los ordenadores terminen sometiéndonos. Por eso en diciembre de 2015 anunció la creación de openAI, una compañía de investigación sin ánimo de lucro que pretende desarrollar sistemas de inteligencia artificial que sean seguros y beneficiosos para la Humanidad.Una de las últimas propuestas de Musk, y quizá su proyecto más ambicioso, es colonizar Marte. No se conforma con enviar humanos al Planeta Rojo, sino que también pretende hacerlo más habitable... bombardeándolo com bombas nucleares.“La idea en realidad no es bombardear la superficie, sino su cielo y sólamente sobre los polos norte y sur del planeta. Al hacerlo repetidamente cada pocos segundos en mucho tiempo crearía el efectos de soles que repiten el pulso sobre estas regiones”, afirma Musk.Sobre las consecuencias de estos pequeños “soles” advierte que “calentaría mucho más el planeta y convertiría en gas al dióxido de carbono congelado en Marte”, lo que aceleraría el proceso invernadero del planeta. 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Y no porque no se pueda hacer, sino por el hecho de llevarlo a cabo. ¿Hasta que punto podemos considerar el planeta Marte como “nuestro“, para bombardearlo y cambiar su ecosistema? Como única especie inteligente del Sistema Solar… ¿podemos hacer lo que queramos con los planetas que lo componen?Elon Musk es mucho más práctico, y está convencido de que habitar Marte quizá sea la única solución de supervivencia que nos queda, si seguimos destruyendo el planeta. Mientras la Humanidad se lo piensa, Musk ya está modificando los cohetes de sus naves de SpaceX para que puedan alcanzar Marte. La idea es que los primeros humanos colonicen el planeta dentro de unos diez años, en el 2026.Estos días se ha estrenado en los cines de todo el mundo la nueva película sobre la vida y obra de Steve Jobs. En unos pocos años, es bastante probable que acudamos al estreno de la película sobre Elon Musk. Y, al menos desde el punto de vista biográfico, promete ser igual de fascinante y evocadora…En los mercados emergentes, acceder a un teléfono inteligente es una cuestión cada vez menos limitada por el aspecto económico.En la India, el fabricante Ringing Bellsacaba de presentar el Freedom 251, un móvil Android barato que ha salido a la venta por… ¡poco más de tres euros!Este teléfono inteligente, cuya fabricación está subvencionada por el Gobierno indio, ha sido presentado con un precio de salida de 251 rupias, lo que, para ser exactos, se traduce en 3,27 euros. Desde luego, comparado con este móvil, el proyecto de Android One de Google pasa a un segundo plano.Pero, con este precio, ¿qué es lo que ofrece el Freedom 251? 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Decidme si os suena: Impresoras que dejan de funcionar, baterías de smartphones que se rompen, bombillas que dejan de lucir… A esto se le llama obsolescencia programada.Concretamente, este concepto hace referencia a planificar desde el diseño de un bien hasta el momento en el cual éste dejara de funcionar.Y es que todos somos testigos de cómo, año tras año, electrodomésticos y dispositivos evolucionan introduciendo grandes mejoras que implican una mejor funcionalidad. Sin embargo, esto no suele implicar que alarguen la vida del aparato.El concepto de obsolescencia programada tomó fuerza en 1932. En un principio, su objetivo era obligar a las fábricas a producir bienes que se deterioraban fácilmente y, por consecuencia, tuvieran que ser sustituidos. De esta forma, se lograba aumentar la demanda.En cierto momento existió una iniciativa de implementar la obsolescencia programada por medio de una ley, de forma que fuese una verdadera obligación de los fabricantes, pero esto nunca ocurrió. A pesar de ello, muchos empresarios aplicaron esta política de producción, especialmente en las bombillas. Existen varios ejemplos de productos que, en un principio, se fabricaban de un material duradero y que, en la actualidad, no es así. Es el caso de las medias de las mujeres que, en un primer momento, duraban años. Cuando las ventas descendieron, sus fabricantes decidieron que les convenía fabricar un producto menos duradero.La obsolescencia programada representa un verdadero problema que impacta en el bolsillo de los consumidores, pero sus consecuencias van más allá. Y es que esta conducta genera enormes desperdicios de materiales, que son tirados a la basura con poco tiempo de uso. Esto produce un gran impacto en el medio ambiente, ya que algunos países están siendo utilizados como vertederos de productos desechados.¿En qué tenemos que fijarnos a la hora de comprar un nuevo smartphone? 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HP HSTNN-DB04 Battery

Posté par dovendosi le 16/02/2017

Previously, clubs would have spent tens of thousands flying scouts around the world: now they can watch talent from the PC in the chief scout’s office.Since 2009, Scout7 has offered curated video clips alongside the player data. Now, once clubs have a shortlist of players matching their criteria, they can watch the player’s recent matches to help them make an initial assessment of whether he’s the type of player they’re after. Previously, clubs would have spent tens of thousands of pounds flying scouts around the world to watch a player in action: now they can do it from the PC in the chief scout’s office.Having used the video to whittle down the shortlist, the clubs can then send their scouts to do what they’ve always done: visit grounds and make a first-hand assessment of a player. The top clubs employ dozens of scouts, and potential transfer targets will be watched several times by multiple experts before the manager is asked to watch the player himself. The reports from the club’s own scouts are fed into the Scout7 database, so the chief scout can collate and add it to the information that Scout7 provides to all of its member clubs from its own database.This poses two challenges for Scout7. First, it has to make the scout’s report forms as simple and accessible as possible, because even today your average football scout is more comfortable with a pen and notepad than a laptop. “We’re not talking about guys from technical IT backgrounds; we’re talking about guys who might struggle to find things in an internet browser,” says Griffiths.Second, it has to ensure the tightest possible security, both internally and externally, because at the highest levels of football you’re dealing with intellectual property worth tens of millions of pounds. Each club’s data is encrypted, and only authorised personnel within the club can access the key scouting information. 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Clubs don’t want to log in to different systems to get players’ medical records, for example, they want it all in the one place. Griffiths says the company is looking to partner with other software providers so it can collate that information: “We accept we can’t do everything ourselves.” Football is a team game, after all.Any business that spends a chunk of its time maintaining its laptops needs to take a hard look at itself. A good use of your time? I think not. But, like so many businesses that grow organically, that’s exactly the situation faced by Millpool Community Centre – the Cornwall-based organisation I’m helping, with the happy assistance of HP when it comes to kit supplies, to transform its operations.The prime symptom here may sound familiar to you: an ad-hoc collection of consumer-grade laptops, with no easy way to manage updates, backups or security. 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He wants to image the basic operating system itself back to the poorly-named HP MicroServer, which is not at all Micro when it comes to the number of complete machine backups it’s able to retain.These eight low-cost laptops are supplemented by a further two with a very different brief: divided between management of the actual operation, and being taken out on trips into the field. Millpool has a lot of “field”, too. Nine parishes of current and potential customers is a lot of little twisty Cornish lanes to cover.As ever, it isn’t all about hardware. 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For reference, although there's no hard limit to the maximum resolution of a VGA connection (shown above), we've found that laptop graphics cards often top out around 2,048 x 1,536, and it's worth knowing that images can look softer and less sharp via a VGA cable as it's an analogue rather than a digital connection. A DVI connection is a better bet, partly as it's a digital connection, but even here you still have to be careful: if you want to use resolutions above 1,920 x 1,200, you'll need both a dual-link DVI cable and a dual-link compatible connector on your laptop. Take a look at the image below to see the difference between a dual-link (left) and a single-link cable (right).Similarly, although the HDMI 1.3 standard added support for monitors and displays which stretch beyond the popular Full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels), and HDMI 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 now support up to 4K resolutions, both your laptop and monitor will need to support the standard for the connection to work. 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With some laptops, and graphics cards, different outputs will support different resolutions and refresh rates, so it's worth checking which is the most capable before buying any cables or adapters – if you don't, you may end up not getting the highest resolutions and refresh rates out of your monitor or TV. If you've got a recent Apple laptop or desktop with a Thunderbolt connection, then bear in mind that you can use a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable (or a DisplayPort adapter) to connect to any compatible monitor - the monitor doesn't need to have a Thunderbolt input. You can pick up a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable for a couple of quid on Amazon.Everyone has it. Food that languishes at the back of the cupboard for years because you can’t be bothered to throw it out. A jar of some gooseberry jam from 2008; the redcurrant jelly you bought for Christmas dinner six years ago; or even a can of beans from 2010. 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In my opinion it feels much less befuddling, and it manages to integrate Microsoft’s cloud storage system, OneDrive, at least as well as Backstage does. It could do with a search box, though – and, disappointingly, there’s no third-party cloud integration as yet. So no Dropbox or Google Drive.The big question is, for those who have moved away to other offerings, is there enough in the latest version to justify subscribing? The answer is that it depends on your outlook (if you’ll pardon the pun). There’s no doubt that Office 2016 for Mac is a huge improvement. It looks more attractive, it’s easier to use than before and has more features than ever before.But if you’re not interested in the latest UI gewgaws and a handful of features that may or may not be of use, then you’re better off sticking to what you have. 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If you want a laptop that makes an amazing first impression, Dell's updated XPS 13 is the one to choose. The edge-to-edge screen - there's a mere 5mm bezel on each side - means you're getting all the benefits of a 13in display in an ultraportable chassis. And it's packed with powerful components too. It's only right that we end this round-up with arguably the most spectactular laptop of all: the 770g Lenovo LaVie Z. And that isn't a tablet: it's a powerful laptop with a delicious 13.3in screen. Read our hands-on review to discover how Lenovo conquered the engineering challenges to bring such a machine to life.With the imminent eruption of the Internet of Things into our lives, everything from traffic lights to rubbish bins may soon be able to communicate. 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Posté par dovendosi le 15/02/2017

Mientras no dejamos de oír innovaciones y lanzamiento de nuevos móviles casi cada semana, existe una corriente contraria al uso de estos teléfonos inteligentes y de lo que conllevan: la conectividad 24/7, su escasa autonomía y su vida corta. Una corriente que se ha convertido en un nicho de mercado, que busca y prefiere teléfonos móviles tradicionales, que solo sirven para hacer y recibir llamadas, y al que algunos fabricantes le siguen prestando atención.Estos detractores del smartphone son usuarios hastiados por las ‘pseudo-exclavitud’ que supone en algunos casos contar un teléfono inteligente, porque te obligan a estar siempre conectado, e incluso algunas muestran su rechazo por el daño que su uso hace en determinados contextos sociales, como comidas familiares o reuniones con amigos.Y aunque minoritarios, las cifras demuestran que no son unos bichos raros. El grupo de investigación Strategy Analytics estima que se vendieron 44 millones de teléfonos básicos en 2015, lo cual representó el 2% del mercado mundial.Lejos de lo que pudiera pensarse, la demanda de estos móviles ‘retro’ no procede sólo de personas mayores o ajenas al mundo tecnológico. Un ejemplo sería el del fundador de Light Phone, Joe Hollier. Este joven de 25 años ha creado un dispositivo móvil del tamaño y grosor de una tarjeta de crédito, con un diseño minimalista, sin conexión de datos ni funciones adicionales. Sólo sirve para hablar por teléfono. Aunque en principio Hollier cree que sus clientes lo usarán como complemento del smartphone, confía en que pueda servirles para desconectar durante un rato.Otro aspecto de estos teléfonos tradicionales es que son muy adecuados para los más pequeños. Si no queremos que se enganchen demasiado pronto al teléfono y las apps pero necesitamos que estén localizables, se presentan como una alternativa útil, porque son más resistentes y fáciles de remplazar por su precio asequible. Otra empresa que ha sabido ver el potencial de este nicho de mercado de móviles clásicos es la empresa Doro, que aunque cuenta en su portafolio con smartphones, también diseña dispositivos sin conexión a internet, con teclas y botones grandes y amplificación del volumen, especialmente pensados para personas mayores.Algunos fabricantes que responden a la demanda de celulares clásicos son Microsoft (propietario de Nokia) y Samsung, lanzando dispositivos cada año. El grupo estadounidense lanzó el año pasado el Nokia 215, por ejemplo, un dispositivo simple y resistente que tiene una duración de batería en modo de espera de 29 días. El Nokia 515 tiene una increíblemente larga duración de batería en modo de espera de 38 días. 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HP HSTNN-I71C Battery

Posté par dovendosi le 14/02/2017

Windows 8.1 tablets, hybrids and laptops have the advantage of being able to play both games from the Windows Store (including many of the titles mentioned above) and conventional PC games, such as Football Manager, The Sims and World of Warcraft.However, if you want to play the latest action titles, such as Call of Duty and Assassin’s Creed, you'll need to look for a laptop with a dedicated Nvidia/AMD graphics chip, rather than integrated Intel graphics. These laptops generally cost upwards of £1,000.Whereas most sub-£200 budget laptops provide 11.6in screens, Lenovo has decided to go big with the B50-30, delivering a slightly old-school laptop with a 15.6in screen and a built-in DVD writer.At 2.32kg, it’s substantially heavier than the other models here; while the manufacturer has done its best to slim down the laptop’s bulk, the B50-30 is still a beast to lug around. Build quality is disappointing by Lenovo’s standards. 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That, admittedly, is where the similarities end. For one thing, the HP is made of much hardier, more versatile stuff than its Apple cousin. How so? The Folio 1020 has survived the MIL-STD 810G tests for high and low temperature, altitude, humidity, dust vibration, shock and accidental falls. The two drain ports on the underside of this laptop allow liquid spillages to seep through the keyboard tray without doing irreparable damage. An occasional, ill-advised meeting with a glass of water or cup of tea won’t turn the Folio 1020 into a paperweight.And where Apple has shorn the MacBook of all connectors bar a headphone socket and USB Type-C port, HP has made no such compromise. A brief scout around the HP EliteBook Folio 1020’s predominantly metal shell reveals a pair of USB 3 ports, a full-sized HDMI port, microSD slot, headset jack and a proprietary docking connector. It’s thicker and heavier than the MacBook, but far more practical.Wondering where the all-important Gigabit Ethernet and VGA connections have got to? Look in the box. You’ll find an adapter that hooks up to the 1020’s docking connector; this provides both. Other all-important business essentials such as TPM 2 and a fingerprint reader have also made the cut. This is an ultraportable without compromise.Those who crave power, even in tiny packages, may rue HP’s decision to employ a Core M rather than a low-voltage Core i7, but it’s a sensible choice. You could argue that efficiency, rather than power, should take priority in a 12.5in chassis.Few will even notice. Task a Core i7 and a Core M processor with brief, fleeting workloads, and you’ll be hard-pressed to tell the two machines apart. 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The Dell XPS 13 came very close to winning outright, but in the end it was HP's EliteBook Folio 1020 that takes top spot. Take a look at our first-look, hands-on review to find out why we love this laptop so very much. If Asus delivers on its promises - a 5.5in Android phone with a great screen, plenty of power and a $199 price - then the Asus ZenFone 2 could very easily be the phone of 2015. The 2-in-1 device - a tablet that transforms into a laptop by sliding into a detachable keyboard - is rapidly coming of age. While Asus created the sector with its Transformer Book series, the other PC makers are clearly eyeing up the category. As with the Best Laptop, there was a close runner-up in the Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi, but some extra skills gave the Toshiba Satellite Click Mini the edge.How is wearable computing going to evolve? Frankly, we haven't a clue. 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A 12.5in screen means it's a large tablet - and some may not enjoy using Windows 8 as a tablet OS at this size - but it comes into its own in laptop mode.Over to our contributing editor and resident audiophile Jon Honeyball for why he loved 3D Sounds Labs' headphone technology: Headphones are great, but its possible to do some really funky stuff with binaural simulations, and ways of making 5.1 surround work in a headphone. This means, in 3D Sounds Labs' case, a headphone with a unique real-time head tracker.So it knows how you are moving your head around, and can move the sound field to match. Imagine this for gaming, where you can be fully immersed. It's working on importing B-Format recordings from Soundfield microphones, which is a particular interest of mine. Cars are a massive part of modern-day CES, and Nvidia has positioned itself at the interface between tech and motoring with its clever Nvidia Drive technology. 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