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    • LCoS (Light Crystal over Silicon)

      LCoS (Light Crystal over Silicon)

      LCoS (Light Crystal over Silicon) is a technology used in display systems. LCoS shares some elements with LCD and DLP (Digital Light Processing) displays. As such, LCOS systems are not exactly new though it was only recently that commercial manufacture became viable. The best way to understand LCoS television is to understand the process. How

    • Types of Computer Cases

      Types of Computer Cases

      A computer case, also termed as computer chassis or cabinet, is a small enclosure or box into which all the major computer components and peripherals are fitted. Computer cases can be broadly classified into 2 different categories. Each of them is briefly discussed below. Desktop Case: Considered the most classical version of computer cases, these

    • What is a Microchip?

      What is a Microchip?

      A microchip, commonly called the integrated circuit, is a tiny electronic circuit. It is made up primarily of semiconductor devices. For the most part, these small microchips are used in nearly every type of electronic device known to man. As the years have gone on from their creation in the late 50s and early 60s,

    • TOSLINK

      TOSLINK

      TOSLINK or Toshiba – LINK is a connection standard for digital audio streams. It is a standard which uses fiber optic cables. The important feature of fiber optic cables is that they convert audio signals into light impulses as opposed to electric signals. TOSLINK cables usually transmit their signals as the red LED lights. The

    • SVGA (Super Video Graphics Array)

      SVGA (Super Video Graphics Array)

      SVGA is an acronym for Super Video Graphics Array and covers a wide range of computer display standards used in the manufacture of computer monitors and screens. The SVGA standard was designed by VESA, the Video Electronics Standards Association. When using SVGA as a direct comparison to other display standards such as XGA (Extended Graphics

    • How to Format an SD Card

      How to Format an SD Card

      Secure Digital (SD) memory cards are very simple to format. There are 3 main options to format the SD cards to the format needed. To successfully format an SD card, the write protection lock on the side of the card must be in the “unlock” position. SD mini and micro SD cards must be used

    • USB to Ethernet Adapter

      USB to Ethernet Adapter

      USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a hardware specification that allows a connection to be established between a source device and a peripheral device. Most modern electronic devices include at least one built-in USB port and can use USB technology to connect to other devices, such as keyboards, mice, cameras, flash drives, external hard drives, printers,

    • Wireless Video Interceptor

      Wireless Video Interceptor

      Have you ever wondered how some wireless video camera recordings leaked through the Internet when virtually no one ever touched the device itself? Technology has ushered the use of video and audio interceptors alike to intercept just any type of wireless video-audio cameras in your immediate neighborhood, just in the turn of a dial. Using

    • Computer Parts

      Computer Parts

      The case is the metal “box” that all the computer parts fit inside. It provides protection and the ability to customize the case. Larger cases leave room for expansion such as extra hard drives or R/W drives. There are three main types of cases: Pizza Box Case This is a thin case used mainly for

    • How to Convert DVI-D to VGA

      How to Convert DVI-D to VGA

      VGA (Video Graphics Array) is a hardware specification for display monitors and computers that allows a computer to display applications on a VGA-based monitor via a VGA cable. VGA technology is one of the oldest forms of display hardware in computing and is outfitted in virtually every computer system in the world. VGA uses analog

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