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The dock connector does however have two drawbacks. Firstly, it restricts the degree to which the screen can be tilted back to around 100 degrees. To be fair, if it pushed back any further it would probably topple over, since all the PC gubbins is in the tablet part.Secondly, with no physical connector, there*s no link for power or data. You see the connection between dock and tablet is over Bluetooth so, unlike the original Asus Transformers, you can*t use the dock battery to power or charge the tablet.Another drawback with the Chi*s design 每 and another difference between the Chi and older Transformers 每 is the lack of ports. The Chi*s sockets 每 all of which are built into the tablet part 每 amount to no more than one micro USB 3.0 connector, a microSD card slot, a 3.5mm combo audio jack and a micro HDMI slot. That*s not a lot for a machine that is supposed to be as much laptop as tablet.Now granted, an adapter cable (Asus does supply one but it was missing from my review package) and a decent USB hub will solve the problem but I can still see many people bewailing the absence of a full-sized USB socket and of an SD rather than a microSD card slot. Such are the fruits of the gallop towards ever lighter and thinner machines.


Powering the T300 is an Intel Core M-5Y71 processor with 8GB of DDR3L RAM. The M-5Y71 is a 1.2GHz dual-core chip and a burst speed of 2.9GHz. As a trade off between power and thermal efficiency (the T300 is fanless, natch) it is pretty much state-of-the-art in terms of mobile x86 chips. The CPU gives the T300 the chops to do the vast majority of things you*d want to do with a laptop and do them quickly. I had cause to use my T300 to edit some HD video using Lightworks and it chomped through the job with impressive speed. 4K YouTube video ran cleanly at full screen too.Forged nearly 20 years ago, the 802.11 wireless networking standard was responsible for cutting the cord and letting us roam. During that time, 802.11 has evolved as devices using it have both proliferated and got smaller 每 while the data they swallow has grown in quantity and in size.


In March the IEEE OK*d the latest chapter in the 802.11 story 每 802.11 ay. This packs more bandwidth in the 60GHz spectrum and promises speeds of up to 20Gbit/sec 每 that*s ten thousand times faster than 1997*s standard. It targets display ports, HDMI, and USB, suggesting that it will be used to serve more short-range, high-bandwidth connectivity needs such as TV and monitor displays.The 802.11 standard was ratified in 1997, transmitting at up to 2Mbps (theoretically). Since then, the 802.11 standards process has become an alphabet soup, with different extensions to the standard being processed under different combinations of letters.It was always meant to be this way. At any point, the IEEE is working on several of these extensions, which usually address changes at different levels of the networking stack that underpin the standard. For example, 802.11i was an enhancement to the MAC security layer originally ratified in 2004, but it eventually melted into a maintenance revision of the main standard in 2007.802.11 a and b were the first extensions to the standard, ratified in 1999. These bought 802.11 into the realm of Ethernet transmission speeds, offering a theoretical 54Mbit/sec and 11Mbit/sec data transfer respectively.



It was this pair of standards 每 the first 802.11 to earn the Wi-Fi moniker 每 that really began to draw industry interest as a means to finally cut the cord in the office.802.11a allowed operation on the 5GHz spectrum, which was less congested at the time compared to 802.11b*s 2.4GHz, which is heavily polluted by everything from microwaves to baby monitors.Because 802.11a and b worked on different frequencies, they didn*t speak to each other. To solve the problem, the IEEE bought out 802.11g, which provided the same raw throughput as the 5GHz standard, but operated over the 2.4GHz frequency. That enabled it to interoperate with the 802.11b standard, but at far higher speeds.Sometimes, there can be confusion for consumer customers thanks to the way that the industry handles standards that are still being ratified. 802.11n caused particular problems, when a draft rejected at the first vote led to a swathe of kit labelled with ※draft n§ and ※pre-n§ for bandwidth-hungry punters to buy, while the IEEE worked on a second draft. The Wi-Fi Alliance has a lot to do with this, because it has the final say on certifications for Wi-Fi equipment that get to use its logo, and it has certified equipment as pre-standard to let vendors get it out of the door and onto the shelves.


The industry was so eager to push out 802.11n because of the significant enhancements to performance. This was partly down to the physical configuration of the equipment, because 802.11n was the first of the extensions to really innovate in antenna science.The standard used multiple input and multiple output (MIMO), as a means of enhancing throughput. MIMO uses multiple antennas to send and receive signals in a concept known as spatial streaming, which enabled the signals to be more easily picked up from further away. MIMO terminology refers to the number of antennas in the access point and in the device, (say, 3+2, if your access point has three but your laptop only has two). The more antennas, the better.How do vendors deal with details in pre-standard equipment that may change in the final standard? This is partly offset by the IEEE*s process when creating an 802.11 extension, which is to work out what must be nailed down in hardware, and what can be put into software. This allows at least some functionality to be altered in a firmware update.But that wasn't the most offensive piece of tech gibberish. The key denouement is when Cuban Hannemann accidentally deletes terabytes of porn on an external third-party server by placing his tequila bottle on the delete key of a laptop. The networks were connected by FTP and Pied Paper was downloading the files to compress them and, presumably, re-upload to show how efficient and effective its algorithms are.



Richard makes the key argument when hauled into the CEO office to explain the deleted data that the speed with which the data was deleted demonstrates the incredible speed of their compression technology. Their competitor would have taken much longer to delete so much data.We can see one scenario in which this approach may actually happen: for each worker thread, a file is downloaded and has to be compressed before the next file is taken. As such, the speed with which the compression works would lead to the rate of deletion: faster compression, faster deletion. But why would anyone implement such an approach if you were connecting by FTP? You would simply download everything and run compression on it and re-upload.The deletion rate would be determined more by the speed of your connection than the compression rate. And that's not even considering the fact that a company would have to be insane to give a third-party deletion rights on their server when all they are doing is downloading files.


The show's tech advisers should have nipped this plot line in the bud or at least come up with a more plausible way for Pied Piper to screw up their potential client's systems. And let's be honest, there are many.
So, a bad episode with a few good gags. The season's low point. But with just two episodes left, it's time to ramp things up and there's every reason to believe the show can pull it off.The preview for the penultimate episode shows Belsonioff going full-legal in an effort to kill Pied Piper. Hopefully they will draw some inspiration from the many unintentionally hilarious litigation efforts that have been fired off in the real Silicon Valley.And that leaves the season's finale where the awkward, amateurish, underfunded and clunky Pied Piper has the opportunity to rise like a phoenix from the ashes and show that the nerds, the dreamers, the good guys can win with some self-belief, mad coding skills and raw, poorly paid determination.If Silicon Valley manages to live up to its reputation, it will take this movie moment, chew it up and spit it out onto our compostable fiber plates. Comment How many times have you heard one of these statements: Tape is dead! Mainframe is dead! The laptop is dead ... and so on. It then turns out not to be true.


Most of the time it was just a way to say that a newer technology was seeing a strong level of adoption, so strong as to eclipse the older one in the eyes of the masses. However, in the case of Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), it's slightly different.FCoE is a standard way to encapsulate Fibre Channel (FC) frames into Ethernet networks. It is a lossless protocol encapsulated in a best-effort network. Why? Technically speaking it makes no sense.But FCoE has nothing to do with technical reasons. At one time the FC market was in Brocade*s hands while iSCSI was not considered enterprise-grade. Cisco was not as good as Brocade on FC but it had a lot of expertise in Ethernet and IP. So it pushed very hard, at every level, and promoted FCoE.It is a protocol that has a lot of implications but, above all, specialised adapters (CNAs) and specialised high-end Ethernet switches. Long story short; it could have meant a lot of revenues and control all over data centre networks. Alas, it didn*t work as expected.

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