We live in the modern age of high velocities, not just in the transportation niche - we have developed the most advanced technologies that help to transmit the best digital signal thus making the picture and sound crystal clear. It seems that even several years ago no one could even dream about High Definition picture and sound and now practically each modern apartment is equipped with a Plasma TV that supports HD signal. Sure, even TVs of the previous generation support the HD signal and this can be achieved using special hdmi converters that can transform the broadcasted signal into the one that is supported by your HD Ready apparatus. Thank God, you do not have to follow the modern trends immediately and can just enjoy the HD signal practially without losing the benefits of it.
Moreover, if you have enough money to spend for organizing a real home theater you should definitely turn your attention to a video wall processor - dual or quad-image video wall processor a fully real time processor for multiple flat panels and displays that can guarantee the signal would be a quality one as there is also a buit-in scaler that helps to convert HD signal to match the native resolution of monitors and flat panel displays with a special hdmi to vga connector.
All in all, video wall processors have practially unlimited field for videos, movies and presentations projections, they leave unlimited opportunities for creativity.
Sony has released a minor upgrade to its Play Station Portable handheld console. The new version, the PSP-300 series, has a new, brighter LCD than the previous two versions.
Other than the new screen, the new PSP gets reshaped select and start buttons. The Home button has also been replaced by a button with the PS logo, though the function remains the same.
A new feature that no other previous version has had is the built-in microphone which can be used to talk to other people through Skype.
To Sony though, the biggest improvement in this version is its security. The PSP has long been the target of pirates everywhere. The previous versions were hacked to play games off of the Memory stick, so a lot of people who own the system never ever purchase a single game in Sony’s UMD format.
Sony hopes the improved security, both hardware and software, makes the PSP a viable system for third-party developers again. The hope is that with less pirated games, developers would be encouraged to get better games out because at least they know that they’ll get their money back.
How the gaming community will receive this new version of the PSP remains to be seen.
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