Multifunction Devices with Batteries

Via Officejet 150 Mobile, HP (Hewlett-Packard) brings superior features the use of lithium-ion batteries. Even the battery usage on this multifunction device is the first in the world. By using the battery, you can run this device is not currently available grid (PLN). This battery is claimed to last for up to five hundred print document sheet.

u9-435-hp150Meski your physical form, HP still includes a variety of connectivity for easy printing of various devices. You can print directly from the camera using Pictbridge connection, also can print from a memory card slot thanks to the existence of SD and MMC. Any USB port makes HP Officejet 150 Mobile can be used to access and print the content of external media such as flash disks and hard disks. Memory card and flash drive can also be used to store the scanned file. While in the case of the scan function, its use must install the software first included in the package.

In addition, the device also supports printing directly from the smartphone. Unfortunately, given only limited support for Windows Phone and Blackberry platforms. While the operating system is quite popular smartphones such as Android and iOS are not supported. All of which functioned through the touch screen-based fee that is responsive. “Shortage” is in another physical form that are made as short as possible: not supplied buffer to hold the paper. As a result, you will be a little bothered by the scattered papers.

Although the print speed is quite normal, to say the performance is not too slow. Copy and scan process is done using sheet-fed technology. This technology will scan the pages of the paper. When finished scanned per sheet of paper, the results can be printed directly pindaiannya. When PCplus count, nicks exact same time even though the documents are processed differently.

With the innovations presented by HP, you can carry around a print device like a laptop. Thanks to the support of such batteries, as well as direct printing capabilities are fairly a lot, this device is more practical and flexible. If there is a problem with the price (U.S. $ 399), HP Officejet 150 Mobile suitable to accompany you to print anywhere.

JAKARTA – Toshiba notebook to hit the market back in the homeland. Having recently launched a dual function, this ultrabook, Toshiba re-introduced its notebook personal computer (PC) in Indonesia under the name Toshiba Satellite C40D.

Toshiba Satellite C40D which is the development of TV technology from Toshiba, claimed more powerful and rich graphics. The kitchen was redone powered by Quad-Core AMD A4 APU.

Channel Manager of Toshiba Singapore, Albert Susilo states, with the audio technologies V2 Toshiba Audio Enhancement Technology, the consumer ear audio quality spoiled by sharp and clear. “Crystal clear,” he said at the launch of the Toshiba Satellite C40D at Le Meridien Jakarta, Monday (8/7).

With a unique design and is claimed to be better than the previous generation, Toshiba Satellite C40D available with spans 14.0 HD screen. The price is pegged at under $ 5 million. “Toshiba Satellite C40D be available in the Indonesian market in early July at a price of USD 439,” said Albert Susilo.

While AMD Indonesia Country Manager, Jenny Susanto said all products from AMD’s APU is designed to provide the best computing experience. “This notebook is instantly able to deliver sharp image quality, color, and more life to improve the consumer experience in watching the video,” he said.

Jenny added, AMD has always made ​​a breakthrough to provide the latest experience that not only includes the traditional architecture, but also the latest graphics processing interface. To provide experience productivity, graphics, and entertainment, this notebook is reinforced with a variety of the latest exclusive technology from Toshiba and AMD.

JAKARTA, WEDNESDAY – For owners of smartphones, tablets and digital cameras, microSD memory card with a large and fast-performing highly preferred. Especially if its a lot of HD video recording.

SanDisk listen to the demands and released what it claims is a world’s fastest memory card. Extreme SanDisk microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I mentioned it is able to transfer up to 80Mbps and 50Mbps write on, or allow shooting shot-to-shot and faster continuous burst mode. This card, SanDisk said, is designed to support HD video and imaging in the future 4G smartphone. tablets and digital cameras.

The presence of this new card, SanDisk said, triggered by two things. The first is the smartphone. Because expected in the next year or the next, there will be about a billion new smartphones sold., And the average capacity of 6GB up in 2010 to 24GB in 2015. The smartphone users will begin using video and camera features are embedded in a smartphone. And 4G smartphones need faster memory.

The second driving force is the growing number of tablets being used as a personal device. And embedded memory in tablets will clearly be inadequate if the tablet is widely used for digital imaging activities.

Extreme Sandisk microSDHC memory cards and microSDXC available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Price, depending on the capacity, range from U.S. $ 60 to U.S. $ 200.

Jakarta – To facilitate a wireless connection with your device, the D-Link introduces the Wireless Dual Band Mini USB AC Adapter DWA-171. It is shaped AC adapter Wireless mini and can operate Dual Band. The device is intended for the novice user can operate at a frequency of 2.4 GHz (up to 150Mbps) or 5GHz (up to 433Mbps). With these two options, you can freely switch device that works on both the frequency.

Seagate claims the use of these products is as easy as installing the device in your PC and press the WPS button. Then the device can be directly connected without the need for updates and additional adapter. D-Link DWA-171 uses AC frequency which is a new network of IEEE standards. This new network architecture has a higher data rate and greater reliability.

This new standard was launched to address the challenges of our time, with more and more users use mobile devices that in fact definitely use the wireless wave. Therefore, the problem of wave interference, become an increasingly important issue. Therefore, more and more wireless devices are running on the same wavelength, the greater interferensinya. This interference makes the response rate (response rate) the lower the device. In addition, a variety of applications used also requested greater bandwidth. It would require a device that can deliver greater the bandwidth.

Adapter with USB 2.0 interface is also compatible with all Wireless N products from the previous generation, you’ve had. DWA-171 Wireless USB Adapter ACDual Band Mini will be available in stores and distribution partners in the third quarter of 2013. This device also supports encryption WEP/WPA/WPA2.

Jakarta – Fuji Xerox as a maker of laser printers provide printing solutions for the needs of a Land Deed Official (PPAT) and notarized by presenting a tech A3 laser printer engine and auto-duplex, the DocuPrint 3105.
This laser printer comes following provisions of National Defense Agency No. 8 of 2012 which states starting in 2013 the preparation and manufacture of blank PPAT deed done by each PPAT, PPAT replacement, temporary PPAT and PPAT special. Of this provision, the PPAT and notaries are required to print your own blank deed and land services they need improvement.
Notary PPAT and this in turn requires the land deed blank printer A3 size and auto-duplex. »They also need a leading print solutions and terandal, the durable quality legal documents, but at an affordable cost and high performance,” said Teddy Susanto, Country Sales Manager of Fuji Xerox Printer Channel Indonesia in Jakarta, Monday, July 29, 2013.
Teddy says DocuPrint 3105 has been launched in May 2012 at a price of Rp 8.9 million. »DocuPrint 3105 presents the features, functions, and enterprise-class innovations at affordable prices,” he said.
DocuPrint 3105 can print up to 32 pages per minute for A4 size and 17 pages per minute in A3 size. This device also has a resolution of 1,200 x 1,200 dpi and can be increased up to 2400 dpi prints through processing technology. Compact dimensions save space office desk.
Features Toner Save on the DocuPrint 3105 claimed saving toner consumption. This feature has four levels of savings that can be tailored to user needs. This benefits users maximize toner cartridge age, save costs, and consumables.
This printer also offers security features to help protect confidential legal information. Secure Print function to save documents in the hard disk drive up to the document owner to enter the password in the control panel. For additional security, the printer does encryption on the data before it is sent over the network. This printer also includes a system to remove the disk overwrite data in memory after printing is complete. Check out other techno news here.

By now, we all know what the future will be like; movies and TV shows have described it in detail. We know about the flying cars (thank you, “Blade Runner”), holograms (thank you, “Star Trek”) and robot butlers (thank you, “Jetsons”).

The Leap Motion Controller is a solution in search of a problem: its hardware is simple, but it needs a killer app.

So when will we really get those technologies? Probably on the 11th of “Don’t hold your breath.”

There is, however, one exception. As of this week, you can buy your own little piece of “Minority Report” and “Iron Man”: controlling your computer by making hand motions in the air.

The Internet has been buzzing about the much-delayed Leap Motion Controller ($80) since its first public demonstrations over a year ago. Imagine controlling on-screen objects just by reaching into empty space, just like Tom Cruise! Imagine gesture recognition just like Microsoft’s Kinect game controller, but on a much smaller, more precise scale! Imagine the future, plugged into a USB jack on the Mac or Windows PC you own today!

The Leap Motion sensor is beautiful, tiny and self-contained. If Wrigley’s ever comes out with a Juicy Fruit Designer Pack, it might look like this: a sleek, glass-and-aluminum slab (1.2 by 3 by 0.5 inches), with nonskid rubber on the bottom. A single USB cable (both a long one and a short one come in the box) stretches away to your computer; a light comes on when it’s working.

(Please note that Leap Motion has nothing to do with Leap Pad, the children’s toy. That gadget is educational in a completely different way.)

If you have a desktop computer, you put the sensor between your screen and keyboard. If it’s a laptop, you park it on the desk just in front of the keyboard. Soon, Leap says, you’ll be able to buy a PC from H.P. or Asus that has the sensor built right in.You download the Leap software, and presto: a somewhat buggy tutorial instructs you to insert your hands into the space — an invisible two-foot cube — that’s monitored by the Leap’s cameras and infrared sensors.

This device is like the Kinect in that it recognizes body parts in space. But not only is the Leap far smaller and less expensive, it’s also far more precise. According to the company, it can detect the precise positions of all 10 of your fingers simultaneously, with a spatial accuracy to a 100th of a millimeter — 200 times as accurate as the Kinect.

And remember, the Leap adds gesture recognition not to your TV, but to your computer. A machine that can run millions of different programs for all different purposes. Games, sure, but also office work. Creative work. Communication. Entertainment. Surely this little wonder is a very big deal.

Unfortunately, it’s not. The Leap’s hardware may be simple, attractive and coherent — but its software is scattershot, inconsistent and frustrating.

The first crushing disappointment is that no software recognizes your hand motions unless it’s been specially written, or adapted, for use by the Leap.

There are 75 such apps already on the Leap’s app store, Airspace; some are free, some cost a few dollars. Not all work on both Mac and Windows.

Most are games. In the best of them, you control the action in 3-D space, just as with the Kinect but without having to stand up. For example, Boom Ball ($5) is the classic Breakout game, where you try to knock out bricks by bouncing a ball against them — but your paddle is attached to your finger in vertical space.

In Disney’s clever Sugar Rush ($2), a spin off from the “Wreck-It Ralph” movie, you bake yourself a racing car shaped like a wedge of cake, and then steer it by holding both sides of an invisible steering wheel. When you play Dropchord ($3), you hold two index fingers out in space; you’re defining a line between them that you use to slice dots and avoid X’s. Cut the Rope is here, too (free).

There are some interesting music-making programs, which makes sense, since hand motions are generally associated with playing instruments. Air Harp ($1) is just what it sounds like. Chordion Conductor is a sweet-sounding arpeggiator (generates music from chords you select).

A few simple educational apps are available, like Molecules (rotate molecules on the screen; free), Cyber Science 3D (pull apart a skull; free) and Frog Dissection (you guessed it; $4).

CNET’s From Old School to Tech Cool Contest asked our Facebook fans to share photos of old tech, with the ten most popular qualifying for a chance to win the Panasonic TC-PST60. This plasma TV is a 2013 Editors’ Choice and the only TV to ever receive a 5-star rating from CNET.

Congratulations to Garret W, whose photo of an old-school portable computer won the contest. TV reviewer David Katzmaier selected the winner from among the top ten vote-getting entries.

“There was a lot of great old tech among the final photos,” said David, “but I liked the ‘portable’ TRS-80 computer from 1979 best. With a monochrome monitor, separate keyboard, archaic peripherals and even a three-ring binder, all encased in a massive wood trunk complete with handles, it shows just how far computing and portable tech have come.”

Thank you to everyone who participated and a special congratulations to the ten finalists with the most user votes. Check out their submissions in the photo gallery below.

Are you ready to welcome the era of jumbo-sized tablet PC? After Asus Transformer comes with AIO, now turn to HP HP Envy Rove is ready to market, its latest tablet PC that can also act as an AIO PC that was introduced in May 2013 ago.
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HP Envy Rove: Tablet PC 20 inch with Intel Haswell
Rove HP Envy 20-inch size is quite large compared to most of the tablet PC on the market today. If you think to ask her mobility, you should be thinking twice about doing it. Because, in addition to having the extra large screen is also fairly heavy weight is about 5.4 kg. Similar to the average weight of a multimedia laptop.

Touch screen IPS panel which has been put on comes with a resolution of 1600 × 900 pixels. To conjure into an AIO-PC, the back of the HP Envy Rove has been equipped with a set of legs as well as the wireless keyboard and mouse that comes in the sales package.
Running the Windows 8 operating system, HP Envy Rove performance processors rely fourth-generation Intel Core i3 (Intel Haswell) with 4GB of RAM support. And considering the HP Envy Rove can converted into an AIO PC, the capacity of storage space also comes with hybrid models that combine performance with 8GB SSD and HDD are very roomy 1TB capacity. This combination will be used to speed up Windows boot process.
To connect with other devices available a variety of connectivity options such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet port, SD memory card slot, USB port 2.0,3 USB 3.0 ports and has received support Intel WiDi (Wireless Display) which can be useful to share the screen.
HP Envy Rove has now come to the American market with a price of around U.S. $ 980. And while there has been no word on whether this jumbo tablet PC will be available in Indonesia.

Sony Mobile Communications phablet first official release, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, in Shanghai, China, Tuesday (06/25/2013). This product comes with a capable hardware specs, quad-core processor and a large-capacity battery.

What if Sony Xperia Z Ultra compared with the current best-selling phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note II? Because, the second Android product will compete directly in the global marketplace.

Here are some differences between the two, as quoted from Trusted Reviews.

Design

Xperia Z Ultra is a jumbo version of the Xperia Z. The device retains the glass material is unbreakable and scratch on the rear panel with a rubber protector for microSD and SIM card slot.

The product weighs 212 grams, much heavier than the Xperia Z (146 grams). Interestingly, Sony is able to preserve the thinness Xperia Z Ultra, which is only 6.5 mm. Currently, he is one of the slimmest phone in the world.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a design that is not much different from the Galaxy S3. The product has a slightly curved shape in the corners, and the use of plastic material. Galaxy Note 2 is slightly thicker than the Xperia Z Ultra, which is 8.6 mm. However, this device is lighter and weighs 177 grams.

Screen

Ultra Z released the Xperia screen “giants”, that is 6.4 inches. Resolutions supported are Full-HD 1080p. The density of the screen is 344 pixels per inch (ppi), is lower than the Xperia Z which reached 441 ppi.

Galaxy Note 2 has a smaller screen, which is 5.5 inches. The resolution was not as high powered Xperia Z Ultra, which is only 1,280 x 720 pixels. So is the 267 ppi screen density.

Stylus

No stylus in Xperia Z Ultra products. However, he supported the use of a pencil or pen and stylus instead. Specifically, the pen must be made of metal with a diameter of more than 1mm.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 2 is equipped with a stylus called S-Pen. This stylus is one of the best on the market. He was able to feel the pressure to 1024 levels. At the end of the “digital pen”, the Samsung has also added a rubber material that make the act of writing feels more natural.

Camera

Xperia Z Ultra comes with an 8 megapixel camera on the back. This camera features digital zoom capability up to 16 times. In addition, there are features face detection, burst mode, HDR, and record video with 1080p quality. At the front, there is a 2 megapixel camera that is also capable of recording 1080p with the quality of.

Galaxy Note 2 adopted specification 8-megapixel camera sensor. There are features of auto focus, face detection, and the selection of the best photos. Front camera has 1.9 megapixel image sensors.

Processor

Xperia Z Ultra armed toplevel Qualcomm processor, with a speed that is 800 Snapdragon 2.2 GHz quad-core.

Galaxy Note 2 use a quad-core processor made by Samsung itself, a speed of 1.6 GHz Exynos 4412. Performance of this processor is capable, but not segahar Qualcomm Snapdragon 800.

Connectivity and Storage Media

Xperia Z Ultra equipped 4G LTE network technology. He is also equipped with NFC that can be connected to speakers, TVs, and SmartWatch 2. In addition, there are Bluetooth 4.0, DLNA, microUSB, Smart Connect, and screen mirroring.

For business storage, Xperia Z Ultra comes with 16GB of internal memory.

Galaxy Note 2 is also equipped with 4G network technology. In addition, there are Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and features Samsung’s All Share.

This one product is available in three versions of the storage media, namely 16, 32, and 64GB.

Both Xperia Z Ultra and Galaxy Note 2, equipped with a MicroSD memory card slot that can expand up to 64GB of data storage media.

Battery

Both devices have a large battery capacity. Xperia Z Ultra comes with a battery 3.000mAh. While the larger Galaxy Note 2, which 3.100mAh.

JAKARTA – Logitech introduced the Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 Limited Edition, with a stylish motif. Not only interesting to look at but also reliable and provide a sense of comfort in your hands.
Success with Splash Pink and Black motif Topography, Logitech brings new members from the ranks of Logitech Global Graffiti Collection, the Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 with Candy Panda and Floral motifs Foray.
“The latest collection of Global Graffiti we launch to appreciate while meeting society’s demand over a wireless mouse that is not only reliable and convenient to use, but also has a unique shape with a pattern and creative,” said Sutanto Kurniadih, Logitech Country Manager Indonesia in Jakarta, Monday (01/07/2013).
It said the designs are the result of cooperation with the Logitech leading designers from around the world to create a variety of unique styles and patterns that can reflect its creativity and personal style. ”
Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 with Candy Panda and Floral motifs Foray was presented with a limited number or limited edition, in which Candy Panda pattern designed by Heiko Windisch, a digital artist from Germany-Australia.
Each design reflects the spirit, joy and beauty that allows users to mix and match with the look of style and theme of daily life.
Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 Limited Edition has been available in the Indonesian market with a retail price of USD 19.99 or approximately USD 190 thousand.