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This week in iOS news we saw the release of a Lightning cable with ethernet on the other end, Office got support for working with iCloud, and Duet Display now does Windows.
A generously-specified appliance running Windows Storage Server 2003, the StorCenter Pro NAS 450r scores on performance, but is pricey and lacks capacity.
This week on the Dan & David Show, we discuss the goings on at the RSA 2007 Conference, Apple CEO Steve Jobs' "Thoughts on Music" open letter to the world and to the record industry, Intel's vPro brand (which minimally includes a Core 2 Duo microprocessor, the Q965 chipset and Intel's 82566 Gigabit Ethernet technology), Windows Vista's outbound firewall issues and the cost of printer consumables.
Microsoft says it will add support in Windows for the recently approved iSCSI storage standard, which allows storage networks to be built using existing Ethernet networks.
SEATTLE--Hardware designers should feel free to re-use existing plug-in methods originally designed for tiny storage devices but also useful for more sophisticated devices, said Jeremy Cahill, a program manager with Microsoft's operating system team. Memory stick, CompactFlash and Secure Digital all were designed as simple ways to plug flash memory into small gadgets such as handheld computers or digital cameras, but those interfaces also can be recycled for a new generation of devices, including Bluetooth and 802.11b wireless communications systems, global positioning system (GPS) receivers, modems, digital cameras and Ethernet adapters, he said at Microsoft's WinHEC conference for hardware engineers. Microsoft's advice is to also recycle connection software such as Universal Serial Bus or IEEE 1394 "Firewire" to make it easier to support such devices in Windows, Cahill said Tuesday. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
Emachines, the low-cost PC maker, is selling several PCs aimed at back-to-school shoppers. The $399 T1801 features an 800MHz Intel Celeron chip, 128MB of memory, a 20GB hard drive and a CD-ROM drive. The $499 T1855 offers an 850MHz Celeron chip, 128MB of memory, a 20GB hard drive and a DVD-ROM drive. The $599 T1905 has a 900MHz Celeron chip, 128MB of memory, a 30GB hard drive, a CD-rewritable drive and an Ethernet card. The $699 T3100 features a 1GHz Intel Pentium III chip, 128MB of memory, a 30GB hard drive, a CD-RW drive and an Ethernet card. The $999 T4130 offers a 1.3GHz Pentium 4 chip, 128MB of Rambus memory, a 40GB hard drive, a combination CD-RW/DVD drive and an Ethernet card. All the PCs come with Microsoft's Windows Me operating system and a coupon for a $14.95 upgrade to Windows XP. The listed prices include rebates.
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