Brand price determination

The Unseen Gem Of Computer – Interesting Guide  May 9, 2016 – 11:32 am
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2012 has produced many excellent desktop computers from all different manufacturers, featuring new models and brand names – which one should you choose? You can approach the task in a few different ways. There are many things to consider including price range, brand of preference, and also information you know
about particular models. We will discuss several desktops in this article, specifically focusing upon ones that have great value and excellent feedback.

PCs that have an ergonomic design are very popular which is why the HP Z210 Small Form Factor Workstation was created. This type of design is perfect for people that have limited area on their desk; it is also lightweight. Although it’s compact, this HP desktop gives you a high performance Intel Xeon quad-core processor that will be very fast and efficient for most tasks. This computer was designed to make sure you will be able to plug in most of your peripheral devices using the 2.0 and 3.0 USB ports built-in. You are limited, however, on the USB 3.0 port as it is card-based. You cannot add additional hard drives as there is no room. Overall, the HP Z210 desktop is a great buy for those that do basic everyday tasks.

One of the best computers on the market today, in regard to affordability and capabilities, is the Acer AspireRevo AR3700-U3002 – here’s why. This is a very lightweight and compact desktop, and is good for anyone with limited space, or who just prefers a smaller design. This computer runs on a dual-core Intel Atom D525 processor that’s most often found in laptops, so this is not the most powerful processor you can find. You will have no problem at all with his computer as long as you do word processing and watch a few videos. Priced at only $300, you really can’t go wrong with the Acer AspireRevo; it’s a great desktop for a great price.

Source: The IT Jerk

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GPS or Navigation System (GlobalSat)
  • SiRF Star IV GPS chipset
  • CGEE-start time of less than 15 seconds

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A new software “worm” called Stuxnet (its name is derived from keywords buried in the code) seems to have been developed to attack a specific nuclear facility in Iran. Its sophistication suggests that it is the work of a well-financed team working for a government, rather than a group of rogue hackers trying to steal secrets or cause trouble. America and Israel are the obvious suspects. But Stux...It launches an attack only when it finds a match. “The bad news is that the virus is targeting a specific process or plant,” says Wieland Simon of Siemens. “The good news is that most industrial processes are not the target of the virus.” (Siemens says it knows of 15 plants around the world that were infected by Stuxnet, but their operations were unaffected as they were not the intended target.)

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US multinationals awarded huge tax break on foreign earnings
Under the guise of a provision to create jobs, the US Congress passed a revision to the tax code allowing an 85 percent reduction in taxes on foreign earnings of many of the country’s largest corporations. The reduction applies to profits made and held by overseas subsidiaries. Instead of requiring the companies to pay the standa...ns to consolidate the two companies at a cost of 5,000 jobs.
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Breaking news Obama “worse than Bush”

Thomas Drake, the whistle-blower whom the Obama administration tried and failed to prosecute for leaking information about waste, fraud and abuse at the National Security Agency, now works at an Apple store in Maryland. In an interview with Salon, Drake laughed about the time he confronted Attorney General Eric Holder at his store while Holder perused the gadgetry on display with his security de...quirements of a federal acquisition regulation that governed the proposed system at a sliver of the cost, all while protecting American civil liberties at the code level. The NSA leadership, however, had already bet their careers on Trailblazer. So Drake blew the whistle, first to Congress, then to the Department of Defense Inspector General’s Office, and finally, and fatefully, to Gorman.

Er... theres more xcons at diebold than i knew

"SAN FRANCISCO -- At least five convicted felons secured management positions at a manufacturer of electronic voting machines, according to critics demanding more stringent background checks for people responsible for voting machine software.
Voter advocate Bev Harris alleged Tuesday that managers of a subsidiary of Diebold, one of the country's largest voting equipment vendors, included a...ion.
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The fact is Microsoft's growth has been mainly through acquisition and sometimes downright plagiarism. The history of Microsoft's innovations are a history of purchases, starting with MSDOS, copycating, such as making extensive use of Apple's Macintosh code to develope Windows 1.0, and thefts, such as Stacker's file compression utility (for which Stacker sued Microsoft and won a judgement in excess of $100 million).
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GPS or Navigation System (Garmin)
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  • QVGA color antiglare TFT with white backlight
  • Easy-to-use 3.5 inch enhanced touchscreen interface
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Photography (Sony)
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