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Flash-Drive Adata Nobility S805 16 GB Review

Flash-drives with USB 3.0 interface are masterfully gaining acknowledgement not only among enthusiasts but also among typical consumers. In spite of such tendency, drives with USB 2.0 interface still enjoy popularity due to their comprehensive facilities. In the majority of cases technical specifications influence the customers' choice of the drive; but the multiplicity of models from hundreds of suppliers triggered the tendency of choosing the drives with unique and catching design. Indeed, present-day market is represented by flash-drives of various shapes and colors to satisfy the rising demands of consumers. Adata usually meets the desires of its customers and introduces quite unique drive solutions. Nobility S805 is not an exception and offers both technical and aesthetic satisfaction of customer requirements.



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The chief distinctive design feature of Adata Nobility S805 is the availability of a latch hook. It is called to attract the potential consumers and make …

TP-Link Unleashes a New Router with Built-In Battery

Following the general tendencies in PC market, router segment also takes the direction towards compactness. This is dictated basically by the necessity to move from one place to the other (i.e. during business trip). Compact routers offer similar to standard solutions performance plus convenience while transportation. The line of products designed by TP-Link involves both, typical and compact routers.



Model TL-MR3040 is attributed exactly to compact solutions with one peculiar feature: built-in battery for 2000 mAh. The battery is able to operate up to four hours as access point under 802.11n standard. Router might be powered as from network adapter, so from a laptop via USB cable.


There is a possibility to employ this model as typical router tied to the wired network. The integrated WAN cable serves specifically this means; moreover, it can be joined with ADSL modem or with a local network. In addition, TL-MR3040 might operate as a client for WISP networks.


Router …

SilverStone Comes Out with Precision PS12 Chassis

The lineup of tower cases developed by SilverStone has been replenished by a new price-efficient solution, entitled Precision PS12. The model features 405x360x170 mm dimensions and is ready to accommodate small-sized motherboards (mini-ITX, micro-ATX) as well as four expansion cards. The chassis is made of high-quality plastic, supplemented by a fine-meshed metallic grid on the front panel.



Inside, there is a single rack for the installation of optical drives; it’s estimated for two 5.25-inch units. There is also space for 4x 3.5-inch drives and 1x 2.5-inch drive. Hence, there is little space for graphics adapters, the length of which should not exceed 358 mm. The layout is intended for 140-mm high CPU coolers & standard ATX PS/2 power supply units.


SilverStone Precision PS12 is shipped with a single preinstalled 120-mm fan (front panel). Additionally, it’s possible to include one 80-mm fan (front panel) and one 80-/92-mm fan (rear panel). Pricing is set at $45.

Videocodecs, list of vendors

Here you can find a list of Videocodecs vendors and download necessary drivers straight away. With a view to find a required driver out of 1332 items in our database inventory, select an appropriate vendor of Videocodecs from the list of 1 available in this section.

DevID : : Videocodecs

The video codec is one of those programs that demonstrates its self-interest every PC user when you need to view any video. Surely you at least once puzzled over how to "force" the player to play the clip or movie, if the screen throws an error. It's very simple: just download the drivers for the video codecs!

What is the video codec? This is a small program-an algorithm that encodes (compresses) and decodes (plays back from a compressed state) video files for their further discernment multimedia players. Usually the multimedia files are very large, making it impossible for their storage, transfer and playback without any special processing. Such processing performed codecs "packaging" material to the required size.

When recording video, for example, on camera, the files are encoded. In order for this video to run on a PC, it is necessary to decode; that is, the codecs installed on the computer should recognize the video, convert compressed files to stream and play back in the desired format on the player.

Decoding of content is also necessary for transferring files over the network. Video codecs compress the original file size (video, film), while maintaining excellent image quality.

Just imagine how much storage space a PC would take a two-hour movie format Full HD without coding and how much time would be needed for the player to play for such a massive file? Downloading the drivers for the video codecs, you just decide this thing!

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