Ultra-compact form factor technology is starting a revolution. Humans have always loved technology that becomes more compact, yet smarter, more powerful and more flexible. This super-small technology is promising to make regular desktop computers, and even some laptops and portable devices, obsolete.
For starters, ultra-compact form factor computers are drastically decreasing the space businesses and homes need for their computing hardware.
Even better, they are tremendously powerful and configurable. Innovations like Shuttle’s NC01U and Intel’s NUC (Next Unit of Computing) provide adequate I/O and processing power, while also able to be equipped with keyboards, LCDs, touch screens, USB, RAM and flash memory. These kinds of ultra-compact machines can stand alone as powerful processors or be chained together for controlling complex systems. Therefore, they have tremendous application opportunities in corporate activities, industry, small businesses, and homes alike.
Designed for Portable, Flexible Performance at Play and Work
Systems like the Intel NUC and similar form factor systems such as the NC01U and MSI Cubi are amazingly flexible Read the full article →
The consumer market is where wearable technology has had the most exposure so far. By now most of us have heard about the wearable technology available for personal use. Sports enthusiasts and fitness fanatics are using strap-on devices to measure blood pressure, heart rate, the number of steps taken and lap times, all while syncing with their smartphones.
Corporate organizations are now buying into these systems, seeing the benefits to staff and productivity. Some are even using them tied to fitness packages to encourage employees to improve their health Read the full article →
Building your own PC can be an exhilarating challenge.
Putting together a machine that performs exactly the way you design is a process that takes time and perseverance, but should ultimately be rewarding.
The journey of learning and innovating may even lead to a career in the specialist electronics field.
However, many DIY PC builders start assembling a machine without reviewing all the considerations, tips and guidance. They then encounter a range of problems as they try to move forward in putting their system together. Let’s look at a few common DIY PC mistakes.
Components Don’t Work Together
This seems like the most elemental error someone could ever make, but it is so very common. When thinking about multiple complicated systems, it’s easy to overlook checking that the motherboard is compatible with the CPU. Or checking that items will fit in the Read the full article →