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Articles tagged with: backlit

MacBook Air Gets Thunderbolt & More!

It looks like those leaked photos we posted yesterday, did offer a shred of evidence about a MacBook Air upgrade.

Not only will the new MacBook Airs carry the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors but both will support the razor fast Thunderbolt technology, capable of data transfers as fast as 10Gbps.

Sharp’s New Digital Signage 60″ Uses 50% Less Power

Sharp’s new Digital Signage 60″ LCD rocks the company’s latest line of performance products while maximizing power efficiency. The new screens were designed to be used independently or in addition to other, identical PN-V602 devices.

The new screen comes with an improved LED Backlight panel that supplies the aforementioned 50% power consumption reduction compared to the previous model and is 2.1x brighter than other Sharp panels, rocking a luminosity rating of 1500cd/m2.

MSI Announces New GX780 Gaming Laptop

MSI has introduced a new gaming notebook today that raises the stake even higher in the gaming industry. The MSI GX780 carries a 17.3-inch screen with a special keyboard design by the game accessory maker, SteelSeries. The end result is an extremely durable notebook keyboard that is optimized for hardcore gaming and even includes enlarged ALT and CTRL keys and moves the Windows key to the right to avoid accidental hits during those intense in-game battles!

Datalocker 3 Offers Full Hard Drive Encryption; 320GB, 640GB, 1TB

Origin Storage has just rolled out the new Datalocker 3, an external hard disk that provides data encryption capability for the entire hard drive. The Datalocker 3 features USB 3.0 support, RFID for dual factor authentication and a backlit LCD on the drive, all features that weren’t present on the previous Datalocker 2.

Some customers have reported problems with the Datalocker 2, such as problems viewing the keypad whilst typing in their encryption access key in lowlit areas. Fortunately, this was remedied with Datalocker 3 and for good reason too! Datalocker 3 also supports a 31 digit access code in alphanumeric format and customers certainly don’t want to make mistakes that could lock them out of their drives.