computers

CES 2014: The 192-Core NVIDIA Tegra K1 Mobile Processor

Mobile gaming isn't going to be just about Candy Crush and Angry Birds anymore. At CES 2014, NVIDIA unveiled the revolutionary Tegra K1 mobile processor, which is a 192-core super chip featuring the same NVIDIA Kepler architecture found in their top-of-the-line graphics card: the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Next-gen PC gaming has finally arrived on the mobile platform.

Editor's Note: this post was written by William Min

CES 2014: Korg Announces Two New Products that Improve Your Computer Audio Quality

Computers, TVs, and cameras may get most of the attention at CES, but Korg has shown that audio has a big place at the event with their announcement of their DS-DAC-100 and DS-DAC-100m, DSD audio playback systems. They are designed to complement Korg’s AudioGate 3 software, which can be used to up-sample audio from your computer, be it CDs, downloads, or other sources, to DSD quality up to 5.8 MHz.

Editor's Note: this post was written by Jaime Traba

B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: November 9th, 2012

This week in the news: Canon announced new lenses; a new Nikon camera was announced overseas; lots of new lenses were finally given prices, and more.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for November 9th, 2012. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

A Pro Photographer Who Uses a MacBook Air?

I have blogged, lectured and argued for many years that a camera is nothing more than a tool that solves a given photographer’s problem. A camera brand is not a symbol of loyalty to one kind of photography, nor is it some kind of credential for membership in some kind of “club.” The sooner each photographer starts to figure out what their particular challenges are, and which camera works for them to resolve those challenges (regardless of brand), the sooner they will start making the kind of photographs they want. Recent experience has taught me that I need to start talking the same way about the laptop computers that photographers use for digital image processing.

Supercharge Yourself with the New Thunderbolt-Equipped Quad-Core iMac

In the age of tablet computers and intelligent telephones, you may not think a refresh to a line of desktop machines would create much buzz, but to the power users that you find at B&H, the new Thunderbolt-equipped quad-core Apple iMacs are electrifying. You can't bust one out on an airplane and consume high-def video on your folding tray table, but back at your workspace you can use one to produce high-end content like never before.

The Computer Services Center at B&H

Psst! We're going to let you in on a little secret that we want you to tell everyone about. Here at B&H, we have a Computer Services Center (CSC). It is staffed by a crack team of specialists able to accomplish a multitude of tasks, and they are more than happy to answer customers' questions. Take a look at our interview with them, after the jump.



Apple's New iMacs and More

Mac mavens awoke on Tuesday to news from Apple that their world has been rocked once again with the introduction of faster and more capable iMacs (left) and Mac Pros. The company also unveiled a Magic Trackpad that brings Multi-Touch gestures to the desktop. Display devotees were awarded a 27-inch LED-lit monitor, and friends of the environment a rechargeable system for batteries, reusable for up to 10 years.

Introducing the New Sony Vaio Line

Few manufacturers offer computers in as many sizes, colors and configurations as Sony. Whether you're looking to make a fashion statement or need an ultra portable to get on the Net from anywhere, Sony has a model that meets your needs. Its newest Vaios include notebooks with solid-state drives and ones that wirelessly display to your TV. We've arranged them by category to make it easy for you to fall for the one you love.

Moving into a New Production Computer

Here's the situation: you buy a brand new Mac with an empty 500GB hard drive. Your old computer has a smaller hard drive, but it's completely full and not very organized. You can use software that will transplant the chaotic mess from your old drive directly into your new computer, or you can take your time and manually move files over, organizing as you go. In this post I'll share some tips on how you can turn a new leaf when you get a new computer.

3D on the PC

The successful 3D movie Avatar has stirred up huge interest in 3D technology. Manufacturers are now pushing 3D television sets, even though there’s currently not much 3D content to watch on them. Of course, PC manufacturers don’t want to watch the bandwagon roll on by, so they’re introducing 3D PCs. One such example is ASUS’s new G51J 3D, a 15.6" notebook computer with 3D graphics built right in.
 

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