peripherals


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peripherals


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Equipment, such as extra screens, printers, or plotters, that can be attached to a computer.
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25 /PRNewswire/ -- Acer Peripherals America reiterates their commitment to the retail channel after the recent news that Acer America, a separate corporate entity from Acer Peripherals, will be modifying its own retail channel focus.
After several such occurrences, the CPA realizes the problem happens only when he tries to use the CD-ROM while the other peripherals are operating.
Razer Showcases Four New Electronics Peripherals from Its 2007 Lineup at CES
Logitech Uses CES to Showcase Portfolio of Peripherals Certified for Windows Vista
The West Bridge family is based on Cypress's Simultaneous Link to Independent Multimedia[TM] (SLIM[TM]) architecture, which manages multiple, dedicated paths between peripherals, memory and the processor to allow maximum data throughput.
LOS ANGELES -- Razer(TM), a leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming peripherals, will showcase the new Barracuda(TM) Integrated Audio System, the Tarantula(TM) gaming keyboard and the acid green Diamondback(TM) mouse at E3, May 10-12, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Kentia Hall, meeting room 7147.
The two dedicated host ports of the TD243 controller can be used as internal or external connections to other USB peripherals or peripheral controllers.
We model the core processor, the buses and bus bridges and the peripherals, giving the user a turnkey system that runs at hardware speeds and is cycle accurate.
The new capability developed by Infinite Peripherals offers out-of-the-box solutions that enable barcode scanning from any Bluetooth-enabled RIM BlackBerry Wireless Handheld.