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Sony Mavica

Mavica was brand of Sony cameras which used removable disks as the main recording media. August 25, 1981 Sony unveiled a prototype of Sonys Mavica as the worlds first electronic camera. Like all camera Mavica up to the beginning of 1990-ies, incl ...


Optical SteadyShot


Sony SmartShot


SteadyShot INSIDE


Super SteadyShot


Sony A-mount cameras


Sony A-mount lenses


Sony E-mount lenses


Sony FZ-mount lenses


Sony Mavica lenses


Sony PL-mount lenses



The SRF-39 portable AM / FM radio from Sony. It uses one AA battery as its analog electronics draw very little current. It was one of the first radio stations to use CXA1129 30-pin integrated circuit, which then is responsible for the SRF-39S sen ...


Sun Enterprise 10000


Sun Fire 12K


Sun Starfire


Sun Fire E25K


Sun Fire X4500

The sun fire X4500 data Server integrates server and storage technologies. It was announced in July 2006 and is included in the Sun fire line of servers from "sun at sun Microsystems". In July 2008, Sun announced the model under the code name X45 ...



Sun4d is a computer architecture introduced by Sun Microsystems in 1992. This development is being Sun-4 architecture, using the XDBus system bus, SuperSPARC processors, and the SBUs card I / o. In XDBus was the result of collaboration between Su ...


Supernova (server)


SPARCstation 4



In Sun386i discontinued hybrid Unix workstation / PC compatible computer systems manufactured by "San at sun Microsystems", released in 1988. It is based on the Intel 80386 microprocessor but shared many similarities with the modern Solar system ...


TI-55 II








BA II Plus


BA II Plus

The Texas instruments business analyst series is a line of financial calculators introduced in 1976. BA calculators provide the value of money in time functions and are widely used in accounting and other financial applications. Although original ...


TI SR-50

SR-50 was Texas instruments first scientific pocket calculator with trigonometric and logarithmic functions. It enhanced their earlier SR-10 and SR-11 calculators, introduced in 1973, which appears in scientific notation, squares, square roots an ...



In the TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured Texas instruments, the first sample of which was submitted in 1976. While the original ti-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, Ti maintains the ti-30 designation as a bra ...



Ti-34 name is a branding used by Texas instruments to their middle-class scientific calculators aimed at the educational market. The first ti-34 model was introduced in 1987 as the midpoint between the ti-30 series and T-35 / t-36 series. T-34 is ...



Texas instruments ti-36 series scientific calculators distributed by Texas instruments. Currently, she is a high-end model for the TI-30 product lines. Ti-36 model designation began in 1986 as variant of system Ti-35 plus with solar cells.



Ti-108 is the least expensive, simplest, and most widely used calculator by Texas instruments. Ti-108 is probably the most common American elementary school calculator in communication with the low price, ruggedness and solar panel power source. ...


List of AMD A microprocessors



The Am386 CPU is 100%-compatible clone of the Intel 80386 design released by AMD in March 1991. She has sold millions of copies, positioning AMD as a legitimate competitor to Intel, and not just a second source for x86 processors.



In the Am486 is a 80486-class family of computer processors that was produced by AMD in the 1990-ies. Intel beat AMD on the market for almost four years, but AMD estimated its 40 MHz 486 at or below the price of Intels chip 33 MHz, providing abou ...



The Am5x86 processor is an x86-compatible CPU introduced in 1995 by AMD for use in 486-class computer systems. It was one of the fastest and most universally compatible upgrade paths for users of 486 systems. Introduced in November 1995, the Am5x ...


Athlon 64 X2

The Athlon 64 x2 is the first native dual-core desktop processor from AMD. It was designed from scratch as native dual core by using several processors enabled Athlon 64, joining it with another functional core on a single chip, and connect throu ...


Athlon II

Similar to the Athlon II is a family of AMD multi-core 45 nm Central processing units, which is aimed at budget to mid range market and completes the range of products from the Phenom II.


Athlon X4

AMD Atlon X4 is a series of low cost AMD microprocessors for personal computers. These processors differ from the A-series of the same era due to the lack of iGPUs.



Duron is a line of budget x86-compatible microprocessors produced by AMD. Released on 19 June 2000, as a cheaper offering to complement AMDS then mainstream processor performance Athlon, it also competed with rival chip Intels the Pentium III and ...



Opteron is AMDS x86 server and workstation processor, and was the first processor which supported the amd64 instruction set architecture. It was released April 22, 2003 with the sledgehammer core and was intended to compete in the server and work ...


AMD Phenom

The phenomenon is a 64-bit AMD desktop processor line based K10 microarchitecture, in what AMD calls family 10h processors, sometimes incorrectly called "K10h". Triple-core versions refer to a series of models of the Phenom 8000 and Quad-core pro ...


Phenom II

Repom II is a family of AMDS multi-core 45 nm processors using the AMD K10 microarchitecture, succeeding the original Phenom. Advanced micro devices released the socket AM2 version of the family of Phenom II in December 2008, while socket АМ3 ver ...



The company was the marketing name used by AMD for several different budget desktop CPUs, using several different technologies and formats, the socket of the processor. The company replaced the AMD Duron processor and competes with a series of In ...


AMD Turion

AMD Turion is the brand name AMD applies to its x86-64 low power codenamed K8L. The Turion 64 and Turion 64 x2 / ultra processors compete with Intels mobile processors, initially the Pentium M and the Intel Core and Core 2 processors.



In the 386SLC was an Intel-licensed version of the 386SX designed and manufactured by IBM in 1991. It included power-management, and 8KB of internal processor cache, which allowed him to yield comparable performance with processors 386DX at the s ...




Bloomfield (microprocessor)

Bloomfield is the code name for Intel high-end desktop processors sold as core i7-9xx and single-processor servers sold as Xeon processors 35хх.almost identical configurations, replacing the earlier Yorkfield processors. The Bloomfield core is cl ...


Clarkdale (microprocessor)

And Clarkdale is the code name for Intel processor, initially sold as desktop Intel Core i5 and Core i3 and Pentium. It is closely related to the mobile arrandale processor how to use dual-core dies based on the Westmere 32 nm die shrink of the N ...


Clarksfield (microprocessor)

Clarksfield is the code name for Intel processor, initially sold as mobile Intel core i7. It is closely related to CPU desktop processor, both use Quad-core dies based on the 45 nm Nehalem microarchitecture and have integrated PCI Express and DMI ...

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