high-res


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high-res

 (hī′rĕz′)
adj. Informal
High-resolution.
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para]]Stations provide the industry-first high-res audio experience in cooperation with all three major music companies[[/para]]
The Gold Lounge will contain high-res audio, games, movies, cloud storage, stickers, themes and software upgrades, which are delivered through a personalised user interface.
SAVE TomTom Multi Sport GPS Watch Fitted with QUICKGPSFIX technology and designed to be super-easy to use, the TomTom features an extra large high-res display.
With the rise of 4K (and 5K) displays for the living room happening so quickly, it seems inevitable that these high-res displays will have to start working their way into Apple's product line.
The app, which will initially be available on iOS devices, is the next step in creating a WeTransfer ecosystem, which will give users a simple way to transfer multiple high-res photos and videos wherever they are, without lengthy or costly sign-up processes.
Send up to three high-res digital photos to stewartmeyers@gmail.
It's a special high-res camera called a molecular breast imager and because it works at a molecular level it can detect extremely small tumours made up of only a few cancer cells as they begin to grow.
The company said that it has created KIDS DISCOVER for iPad as a compelling learning experience and it features interactive 3D models, animations, HD video, audio, high-res photos and fun activities.
The application offers high-res photos of the 2011 Bentley Continental GT, with the ability to zoom in and out.
Features linear motors, high-res digital cameras, turret head(s) and intelligent feeders.
5-minute quad topo maps, high-res aerial imagery, and NOAA nautical charts.
The scanner-based FA-Inspector optical inspection system uses a high-res scanner and computer-based image processor to provide image acquisition, fault identification and SPC reporting.

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