Take complete control of your multiple monitor configured PC with DisplayFusion

displayfusion_iconToday, Windows compatible displays are actually very affordable. You can get yourself a decent HD setup for as little as $199 USD if you watch the sales and play your cards right. For that kind of money, it’s very easy to set yourself up with more than one monitor. Multiple monitors give you the ability to run a number of apps windowed while running a few key apps full screen. This is especially important when one key app or document requires full use of your screen real estate to be effective.  This is why DisplayFusion is an important utility to have. It helps you manage your multiple monitor setup on your Windows box.

DisplayFusion has powerful features to make your multi-monitor, Windows configuration easier to manage and use.  With tools like its Multi-Monitor Taskbars, TitleBar Buttons and its other customizable functions, it’s a no brainer.  The utility will make managing your multiple monitors easy for everyone.

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With DisplayFusion’s Multi-Monitor Taskbars, you can keep your windows easily organized by adding a taskbar to each of your monitors. The taskbar on each monitor can be configured to show all of your computer’s open windows, or only the windows that are running on that monitor. You can use button grouping, auto-hide, window previews, shortcuts, as well as a Start Button to help make working with your apps on each monitor, easier.

If wallpaper is your thing, then you’re in for a treat.  DisplayFusion has powerful wallpaper management features that let you use images from your own computer, or load images from online sources. You can tile, stretch, scale, crop, position and even tint your images If you’re looking for a way to completely customize the look of your desktop, this is one of the best ways to do it.

Speaking of customizing your PC, when it comes to screen savers, DisplayFusion can help you there as well.  You can span your screen saver across all of your monitors, or even display a different screen saver on each monitor. You can use default Windows screen savers, or you can install your own screen savers.

If you have more than one monitor, this is a must have utility. DisplayFusion makes working with what has traditionally been a complex, custom setup easy and painless. Its licensing terms are really very reasonable.  If you have more than one PC at home with more than one monitor, for $35 USD (a standard Pro license is $25 as of this writing), you can license any and all of your at home PC’s. Its very reasonable and one of the best reasons to register the software.

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Mirror your iDevices through AirPlay on your Mac or PC

The new Airserver application is the one we’ve all been waiting for. Airserver allows you to use your computer for AirPlay, i.e. as a monitor for your iDevice, using your iPhone as the controller.

AirServer lets you play your games, display your photos, videos and play itunes music on your phone and all through your Mac or PC. Another benefit is the Mirroring feature which means you can launch any application on your iPhone 4S, iPad2 and mirror this to your monitor in landscape or portrait and in real time. Dig it? It gets better. Post Processing allows you to enhance the quality of the image mirrored by changing focus, contrast, color  sharpness etc. If you like friendly competition, enable the app, choose split screen and play your friends!

AirServer is incredibly easy to use and comes in a single-user license which enables you to install the application on up to five Macs, you just sit back and launch it. In terms of iOS, your Mac needs to run Tiger (OS 10.4) or any later version, with your iOS device running on iOS 4.2.1 or later and connecting via the same Wi-Fi network.

For those without Apple TV, AirServer is a must. The iOS experience just got better.

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Samsung Electronics Becomes the World’s First in Mass Production of Transparent LCD Panel

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announces that it began mass production of a 22-inch transparent LCD panel in March this year. The panels come in two types, the black-and-white type and the color type, and they have a contrast ratio of 500:1 with WSXGA+ (1680×1050) resolution.

Compared with the conventional LCD panels that use back light unit (BLU) and have 5% transparency, Samsung’s transparent LCD panel boasts the world’s best transparency rate of over 20% for the black-and-white type and over 15% for the color type. The transparent LCD panel has a high transparency rate, which enables a person to look right through the panel like glass, and it consumes 90% less electricity compared with a conventional LCD panel using back light unit. It’s because a transparent LCD panel utilizes ambient light such as sun light, which consequently reduces the dependency on electricity for generating power.

Also, Samsung’s transparent LCD panel maximizes convenience for not only manufacturers but also consumers by incorporating the High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and the Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface.

Transparent display panels have endless possibilities as an advertising tool, which can be applied to show windows and outdoor billboards or used in showcase events. Corporations and schools can also adopt the panel as an interactive communication device, which enables information to be displayed more effectively.

Younghwan Park, a senior vice president of Samsung Electronics LCD Business, said, “Transparent displays will have a wide range of use in all industry areas as an efficient tool for delivering information and communication. With the world’s first mass production of the transparent LCD panel, Samsung Electronics plans to lead the global transparent LCD market by developing various applications.”

Image source – geek.com

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What kind of laptop is right for you?

In this guide, we’ll outline the different categories of laptops and which types are best for different users. We’ll also take a look at CPU, hard-drive, and networking options.

While there are many ways to divide the categories–based on weight, price, and components–the screen size is the primary deciding factor, as it’s the clearest physical difference between types of laptops.

UMPCs (or ultramobile PCs) are small handheld devices with screens that are between 5 and 7 inches, but they never really caught on. While the idea of a palm-size computer Dell d620 running Microsoft Windows and including most of the features you’d find on a full-size desktop or laptop was an engaging one, most of these devices were not exactly practical outside of a handful of specialized users.

Key features:
5- to 7-inch display
Nontraditional design

Netbook

Netbooks are either the most exciting thing to happen to mobile computing in years, (Acer aspire 4520 battery) or they are the downfall of an industry engaged in a painful price war race to the bottom. We generally define Netbooks as having 7- to 12-inch screens, a full keyboard, and an inexpensive, single-core low-voltage CPU.

While the earliest Netbooks had 7-inch screens and Intel Celeron processors, the typical Netbook today has a single-core Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and runs either Windows XP or Windows 7.

Small and lightweight, they lack optical drives, have tiny keyboards and touch pads, and are generally underpowered for anything other than Web surfing, e-mailing, and basic office productivity. The payoff is that a typical Netbook can be had for less than $300, an unheard-of sum just a few years ago.

Key features:
9- to 12-inch display
No optical drive
Single-core low-voltage CPU, Intel Atom or comparable
Typically less than $500

Ultraportable

Before the rise of Netbooks, ultraportable systems were 11- and 12-inch laptops with then-expensive low-voltage CPUs, allowing them to be small and power efficient, but still relatively underpowered.

The popularity of Netbooks had threatened to make this category irrelevant–after all, who would pay $1,500 or more for an 11-inch laptop, when a $300 10-inch Netbook hp nx6100 battery (Hp dv9000) adapter was a reasonable substitute for basic Web and office tasks?

The ultraportable has been revived of late with the introduction of Intel’s new low-cost consumer ultralow-voltage CPUs. These chips are slightly more expensive and somewhat more powerful than the Netbook Intel Atom CPU, and are available in both single-core and dual-core versions.

Key features:
9- to 12-inch display
Low-voltage ULV CPU
No optical drive
Typically $600-$800

Thin-and-light

This somewhat unimaginative descriptor is intended for 13-inch laptops. Why do laptops with 13-inch displays deserve their own distinct category? It’s because they occupy a unique space in the industry. We define this by pointing out that a 13-inch laptop is the smallest size we’d be able to work on comfortably all day, and at the same time, the largest size we’d consider carrying around more than once or twice a week.

read the full article on: http://www.goodlaptopbattery.co.uk/battery-blog/

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Intel Introduces Wireless Display Technology

Intel introduces a new technology called Intel Wireless Display or WiDi for short that allows you to beam what’s on your computer screen right to your TV. Sling Media tried this a while back with the Sling Catcher but Intel’s looks like a better solution provided you have the right set up.

You’ll need a new 2010 Core processor in your laptop. And then you’ll need to buy a $100 adapter for your TV. But put it all together and it looks really easy to share what you’re watching on your PC. Wireless display will be available starting Jan. 17 on laptops from Dell, Sony and Toshiba and an adapter from Netgea, which will go on sale at Best Buy.

More info on www.goodlaptopbattery.com.au

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Flexible and unbreakable OLED displays by Samsung

Now even though it’s rather difficult to see ourselves using a curved touchscreen of some sort, and we mean curvy, there are some areas where we can see this technology becoming extremely useful. However, we were impressed when they demonstrated their flexible OLED panel which wasn’t encased by something – which made it look more impressive since it’s able to function even when it’s twisted or bent.

Not only did it radiate almost perfect viewing angles, but its overall luminance and sheer vivid colors managed to enthrall us to its galvanizing beauty. Moreover, the Samsung rep even mentioned that the flexible OLED display is unbreakable since there is no glass used whatsoever and is constructed out of plastic. Finally, it’s stated that battery life offered by these flexible OLED displays are more advanced than what’s currently offered by some of their existing display technologies.

[ via phonearena.com ]

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