Hall Research Introduces USB and HDMI Extender
EX-HDU is an HDMI and USB extender that provides an economical option for budget-constrained K-12 schools and districts where interactive projectors or whiteboards are commonplace.
HDMI audio is extracted and is provided both as analog stereo and multi-channel digital. The Receiver can also be used to control other equipment by providing programmable contact closure I/O, RS-232 and IR outputs. Receivers with LAN connectivity are also available offering integrated user configurable WebGUI and IP control.
The plug-and-play extender does not require driver installation and is compatible with all PCs, MACs, and Android devices.
The Receiver provides HDMI video, stereo analog audio, 4 USB ports, IR emitter, terminal strip with RS-232 output and 4 programmable digital I/O ports. A mini-USB port is also provided for uploading user defined configuration for applications where the Receiver is used as a room control system.
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Those fancy pants iPhone owners, they fix their phones
Look, it’s OK if you have enough money to buy an iPhone. But for God’s sake, don’t get it fixed.
In a blog post reposted at The Next Web, Zander Nethercutt says “iPhones are fragile — and so are their owners.”
YOU TAKE THAT BACK. [sob]
As it has become clear just how luxurious life within the Apple ecosystem tends to be, so too has it become clear why Apple power users — often dubbed “sheep” — tend to behave in the ways that they do.
Who calls them sheep? People do. That’s all we need to know.
They are the definition of people who pay premiums at every turn…
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