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BLit

abbr. Latin
Baccalaureus Litterarum (Bachelor of Literature)

BLit

abbreviation for
(Education) Bachelor of Literature
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24] describes the hardware, firmware, and software architecture and utilization of the first modern personal computer: client-server computing, Ethernet LAN, LAN-based internets, firmware support for windows and BitBlt, programmable cursor, modern editing, draw, paint, and page layout software, laser printer.
Standard in all three products are Picture-in-Picture plus, EPSON's proprietary SwivelView(TM) which rotates an image anywhere from 90 to 270 degrees, Hardware BitBLT Engine and embedded memory.
Combining video acceleration, zoom and filtering capabilities, a 64-bit BitBLT engine and support for flat panels with up to 1024 x 768, 16-bit-per-pixel resolution, Chips' HiQVideo 64-bit controllers provide all the bandwidth needed to support desktop-quality multimedia presentation and video conferencing applications.
Based on an enhanced HiQVideo core, the HiQVPro graphics accelerator integrates an even faster BitBLT engine for optimized Microsoft Windows(TM) performance, as well as a higher performance PCI interface.
Based on an enhanced HiQVideo core, the HiQVision graphics accelerator integrates a powerful 64-bit BitBLT engine for optimized Microsoft Windows(TM) performance.
The improved graphics acceleration is accomplished through a true 64-bit architecture (64-bit BitBLT engine, memory interface and data paths) and an ability to effectively eliminate setup latency during BitBLT operations by double buffering BitBLT setup registers.