Sunday, October 15, 2017

KINGMAX’S New iKey- Tiny USB Fingerprint Reader: 1 Fingerprint to Keep Them All

Do you have a whole book’s worth of passwords? How do you remember so many? Worry not, KINGMAX “iKey-Tiny USB Fingerprint Reader” is here. Password-keeping solutions, confidential data protection, and data decryption/encryption are all at your fingertips.
The micro iKey is designed for Windows users. It is a password keeper for all your passwords. Your system boot password, social network passwords, and even online shopping passwords can all be used by this device to login with your fingerprint. Additionally, iKey can also use your fingerprint to encrypt/decrypt a single folder or file. 0.05 seconds is all it needs to scan your fingerprint and lock or unlock. It is the most compact and convenient Golden Key.
iKey is simple to use. Just plug it into any desktop or laptop computer via USB, and an auto-installation wizard will pop up. Follow the instructions to install the program and upgrade your computer’s security. It is Windows10 Hello certified, and backwards compatible with Win8/Win7. Its unique data security technology prevents fingerprint forging, affording an extra layer of protection for your privacy. In addition to supporting 360-degree scanning from any angle, iKey can also be setup with 10 sets of fingerprints, extending its usage to all your family members.
The “iKey-Tiny USB Fingerprint Reader” will become your best smart helper. Other than protecting your personal data, owning iKey also means you no longer have to be afraid of losing important passwords! KINGMAX “iKey-Tiny USB Fingerprint Reader” will gradually be available through various channels across different countries.

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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Apacer AH790 Lightning Swivel USB Flash Drive for iPhone/iPad

Apacer introduces AH790 dual interface swivel flash drive for iOS devices. Aesthetically built with zinc alloy and equipped with USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A and Lighting connectors, AH790 is the speedy solution for file transfer between your PC and Apple devices. Paired with the Apacer iFileBridge app, you can manage your files efficiently with several exclusive features, such as “one-touch backup”, which instantly frees up your phone memory as you backup your files, or “capture-and-store”, which saves photos and videos directly into AH790 without ever occupying space in your phone. AH790 is an MFi certified product, fully compatible with iPhones and iPads.
Easy File Sharing with Dual Interface
AH790 is equipped with Apple Lightning and USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A dual interface. It is easy to transfer data between iOS devices, desktops, and laptops just by swivel and plug actions. During use, the extended length design of Lightning connector facilitates easy insertion into any device, without having to remove a mobile phone’s protective cover.

iFileBridge App Enables One-touch Backup and Direct Capture and Store
AH790 is built to overcome memory limitations in Apple products. iFileBridge, an exclusive app designed by Apacer, works to easily manage the files in mobile device and in AH790. The “One-touch backup” function can duplicate data from device to AH790, keeping all of contact list information, photos, and videos fully stored, while releasing your phone’s memory space.
When performing memory-intensive actions such as photos and video recordings, there is no need to transfer files from your iPhone to AH790. With the “capture-and-store” feature, simply take high resolution pictures and videos and save them directly to AH790. Or you can use your AH790 as a personal theater; save the movies you want to watch, and let iFileBridge App play the video for you.

360-Degree Swivel Cap Design
Zinc alloy is adopted to characterize AH790 with a quality and durability that is in line with the aesthetics of iPhone and iPad. The 360-degree swivel cap is designed to pause at four directions to make the spin more precise, always keeping the Lightning connector protected when not in use. The integrally molded strap hole is functional: you can attach your favorite accessory and turn your AH790 into a personalized charm.

Apple MFi Certified: a Promise of Quality
Certified by Apple MFi, AH790 functions with a superb quality. It is available in two memory capacities: 32GB and 64GB. With the potentials opened up by AH790, users can rest assured that their enjoyment with iOS products will no longer be limited by the default memory!

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Transcend Releases Fast, Stylish StoreJet 600 for Mac

Transcend is proud to announce the release of the StoreJet® 600 for Mac®. Housed in a stunning metallic casing, this light and durable StoreJet 600 for Mac matches the sleek lines and elegant curves of Mac devices. The space-gray color reflects a sophisticated style, and makes this portable SSD a fashionable on-the-go accessory. The StoreJet 600 for Mac features the latest USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface and pre-formatted HFS+ file system, allowing it to be used right out of the box.
Ahead of the pack with Type-C and USB 3.1 Gen 2
Transcend’s StoreJet 600 for Mac utilizes the USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface, which achieves double the transfer speeds of USB 3.1 Gen 1 devices, and meets UASP standards to boost transfer rates up to 470 MB/s. In addition, both a USB Type-C cable and a USB Type-C to Type-A cable are included in the package to accommodate Mac models featuring the Thunderbolt™ 3, USB Type-C, or USB 3.0 interface.

Exclusive accessory for your Mac
The aluminum casing of the StoreJet 600 for Mac befits its status as an Apple-compatible SSD for its lightweight, modern, and sturdy design. The device’s alluring space-gray hue complements the sleek design of Mac computers. The StoreJet 600 for Mac is ready for immediate use, having been pre-formatted with the HFS+ file system. Supporting Time Machine® backup, the StoreJet 600 for Mac is ready to act as backup storage where needed.

Advanced Transcend Elite software
Transcend Elite is an advanced software package compatible with both macOS and Windows that features powerful user-friendly applications, such as backup and restore, data encryption, and cloud backup to help users manage data and increase productivity. The software can be downloaded from the Transcend website, making saving, sharing, and taking your digital files with you easier than ever before.

Transcend's StoreJet 600 for Mac portable SSD is offered in 240GB capacity, and is backed by Transcend's three-year limited warranty.

Note: Mac® and Time Machine® are trademarks of Apple Inc.; Thunderbolt™ is a trademark of Intel Inc.

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Apacer Introduces the Super-mini Series: AH159 & AH118

Digital storage device leader Apacer introduces a fun series of super-mini USB flash drives: AH159, a USB 3.1 Gen 1, and AH118, a USB 2.0, all smartly designed with a stay-on protective cover that ensures the port can be kept insulated after usage. Behind the rounded shape and the vivid colors of these neat, lively forms lie durable protections that guard against water, dust, and shock. Equipped with SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1, AH159 reads and writes at a lightning speed, making file access a pleasant and breezy experience.
Compact, Protective, and Chic
AH159 and AH118 are the latest additions to the Apacer super-mini flash drive family. The rounded silhouette on the exquisite appearance sports a flexible rubber case that is made from environmental-friendly material, which offers a supple finger touch with sufficient friction to make the insertion and removal from USB socket effortless. What’s more, the dustproof, waterproof, and shockproof functions will provide an all-round protection, guarding everything stored inside.

Vibrant Colors with a Stay-on Cover Design
AH159 is a USB 3.1 Gen 1; the exterior bears a vibrant sky blue, coupled with aptly sized white letters that add a refreshing touch to the entire unit. AH118, a USB 2.0, is available in two colors: brink pink and black. The cloud-like shape at the tip adorns the design with a dynamic form.  The attached chain comes with a mini rubber piece also shaped like a cloud to function as a cap holder. Simply insert the mini rubber cloud into the cap during use to prevent from lost. Hook the chain onto your most important personal belongings like bag or key ring, so that it will always be conveniently available for use.
Both AH159 and A118 come with multiple memory capacity choices, from 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, to 64GB, which can hold up to 16,000 high resolution images or over 800 minutes of Full HD video.  Need to boost memory on your ultra-thin laptops or Macbook? Look no further!  Let AH159 and AH118 accessorize your computers with a sleek, fun style.

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NVIDIA GPUs Support the development of Intelligent, self-learning systems at The University of Adelaide

Recognizing shapes and pictures is complex enough for computers on 2D (flat) surfaces. When it comes to 3D object recognition, things become much more difficult as the shape of an object changes dramatically at different angles, distances and lighting conditions – just think of what a sheet of paper looks like sideways compared to looking at it full-on, or how trees look quite different when they are flowering or when all their leaves have fallen.

Labs such as the Australian Centre for Visual Technologies at The University of Adelaide are working on advanced 3D object visualization and recognition for applications such as 3D scanning, augmented reality, robotics and autonomous driving with the help of NVIDIA Tesla GPU accelerators. The GPUs process large volumes of data orders of magnitude faster than traditional CPUs, and provide the horsepower to run complex simulations more quickly than previously possible.

The University of Adelaide, one of Australia’s leading research universities, is making use of machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and techniques like structure from motion (SfM) to ensure that intelligent systems like robots or self-driving cars can accurately analyze the scenes they encounter. Without this capability, it would be impossible for a car to differentiate vehicles from pedestrians or to decide where the road ends and the curb begins.

Ravi Garg, Senior Research Associate, Australian Centre for Visual Technologies, The University of Adelaide, explains that scenes can be broken down into geometric shapes that can then be identified as objects no matter how they are rotated. Once properties such as size, speed, and direction of movement are assigned to an object, intelligent systems such as a robot or a car can then react appropriately. It will even be possible for such systems to reconstruct 3D objects from limited views of a scene.

My background is mostly related to structure from motion where we see multiple images from multiple viewpoints,” said Garg. “What we want to do is to understand the geometry of a scene. What we are working on now is to not only to use machine learning and AI as tools to give inputs, outputs, and develop mappings, but also to look at how can we can achieve consistent results in new situations and generate more insights into learning.”

Garg is working with Professor Ian Reid on his Laureate Fellowship project named “Lifelong Computer Vision Systems”.  The project aims to develop robust computer vision systems that can operate over a wide area and over long periods, as an environment changes over time.

The ultimate goal says Garg, is to create self-learning systems which can collect and analyze scenes automatically. “At The University of Adelaide we are working on unsupervised learning systems which are very applicable to healthcare, where there is heavy reliance on experts for decision-making. Instead of asking an expert to diagnose millions of data points we can provide an initial screening of large collections of medical data. We could have systems which can help doctors classify tumors or even assist in invasive surgery,” Garg said.

Garg’s research is made possible through state-of-the-art horsepower from the university’s Phoenix supercomputer, which went live in 2016. The supercomputer is based on Lenovo technology and boosted with NVIDIA Tesla GPU accelerators to handle demanding high-performance computing (HPC) workloads. Phoenix has cut down on the time spend waiting for HPC resources at The University of Adelaide and facilitated faster research outcomes.
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