A4tech HU-7P ComfortFit Stereo USB Headset
- Style: On-the-Head.
- Product Name: Stereo Headset.
- Product Color: Black.
- Speaker: 40 mm.
- Frequency Range: 20 Hz – 20 KHz.
- Impedance: 32 ohm.
- Sensitivity: 97 dB.
The ADATA Ultimate SU650 M. 2 2280 SSD features 3D NAND Flash, a high-speed controller, and up to 1TB capacity. It delivers read/write performance of up to 550/510MB/s and greater reliability than 2D NAND SSDs.
U4309V 43" UHD Monitor - AOC Monitor. Enjoy an ultra-crisp visual experience with the U4309V's stunning 4K Ultra High-Definition (3840 x2160) resolution, bringing images to life by allowing users to see sharp and brilliant details on a large screen.
Overview. Power through: Up to 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor, 8GB of DDR4 2933 MHz memory enables this Vostro desktop to be fast, reliable and high-performing. Made for multitasking: From PowerPoint presentations to video editing, visuals are sharp and high-quality.
- Form Factor: M.2 2280.
- Interface: PCI-Express 4.0 x4, NVMe 1.4.
- Total Capacity: 1000GB*
- Sequential Read Speed : up to 7000 MB/s**
- Sequential Write speed : up to 5500 MB/s**
- Wear Leveling, Over-Provision technologies.
- TRIM & S.M.A.R.T supported.
- AES-256 Supported.
HP V22v 21.5 inch FHD Monitor
- 21.5" FHD (1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz)
- Flat VA with Edge-lit.
- 1 HDMI 1.4, 1 VGA.
- Tilt Stand.
- Anti-glare, Low blue light mode.
- Sustainable, VESA mountable.
60.45 cm (23.8") Panel technology. IPS 1. Display features. On-screen controls; AMD FreeSync™; Low blue light mode; Anti-glare.
Excellent gaming performance with 7200 DPI and 4 polling rate】 T-DAGGER programmable gaming mice, default five DPI levels available from 1200/2400/3500/5500/7200 DPI. With two DPI button, you can adjust the dpi easily to get high accuracy and consistent responsiveness at any speed.
Thermal paper is a recording media to be printed with heat from the thermal printer. The image is produced by heat, without printing ink, when the selected area of the thermal paper passes over the thermal print head.
Introduced in 2003, SATA (or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is the default interface for most desktop and laptop hard drives. They are referred to as SATA hard drives, but they are actually rotary hard drives with spinning platters and a moving needle that writes data to consecutive sectors on each platter.16-Nov-2022