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47 inch Free Standing Android 4.4 LCD display

47 inch Free Standing Android 4.4 LCD display

47 inch Free Standing Android 4.4 LCD display.

Key facts:

  • Android 4.4 version.
  • 2GB DDR3.
  • 8GB Flash Card.
  • All winner A31 Quad-Dual Core CPU.

Input Ports:

  • 1.2pcs USB2.0
  • 2.1080P HDMI Output.
  • 3.SD Slots.
  • 4.RJ45 port.
  • 5.3G SIM optional.

Supported Media formats:

  • Video Format:H.264, MKV, WMV9, MPEG 1/2/4, HD Divx, Xvid, RM/RMVB;
  • Audio format:MP3,WMA,WAV,EAAC+, MP2 dec, Vorbis (Ogg), AC3, FLAC, APE, BSAC;
  • Image:BMP/PNG/GIF/JPEG.
  • Scrolling text:txt.

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32″ 1500nits High Brigtness LCD Monitor

Were you ever unsatisfied with the brightness of lcd monitor in the outdoor environments?
Are you looking for lcd monitor which could place into the enclosure for outdoor use ? then you found the right solution and company that can help you with it.
32 open-frame lcd monitor
Specifications
  • 32″ open-frame lcd monitor with 1500 nits
  • HD LCD monitor with VGA/DVI/HDMI input
  • High brightness 1500 nits.
  • Auto brightness sensor
  • Internal fans for cooling
  • CE/FCC/RoHS certificated

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Happy Dirty 30’s “.com”

“.com” Turns 30!

com_logoSunday was the 30th anniversary of the .com web domain which was created in 1985.

Symbolics.com was the first website to ever use .com and it’s still up til today. You can read more about the 3o years  in the links below

03studios.com’s was registered in 2003, which means that .com had existed for 18 years just when the tld had become an Adult 😛

For more information look at this links


CNN http://money.cnn.com/2015/03/13/techn…
VeriSign http://www.verisigninc.com/en_US/doma…
CNN http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/13/living/…
Marketing Land http://marketingland.com/controversia…

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Getting Started with your website

Now that you have a website, what do you do with it?… Well whatever you want really, you just need to know how to make it do that thing you want it to do… Adding a gallery, a customer tracking system, slideshow, Product listing, a place your current customers can go for support. Once you decide what you would like to add to your website if it is standard information you can simply add a new page or add the text to an existing page.

If you need to add something that is a bit more complicated you will want to add a Plugin, Module, or Theme. Each does own specific thing.

Lets start

To find out what your website that you have had built by us can do, just load up your website in any Web Browser, Click on the Small key (bullet_key) at the bottom of all of your webpages on your website. From here you can access all of the parts of your website, and important parts of your online system along with details on how to get website updates, website upgrades, and Support.

once you are on your Backend panel. Click on the button for the service you would like to perform.

Making a Page

Instructions coming soon. For the time being just visit this video gallery at youtube for additional guides to building a website.

Making a Post

Instructions coming soon. For the time being just visit this video gallery at youtube for additional guides to building a website.

Adding a Plugin

Instructions coming soon. For the time being just visit this video gallery at youtube for additional guides to building a website.

 

 

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How to Run a Traceroute

network_wwwA Traceroute can be run from your computer to show the path an Internet protocol packet takes as it travels to its destination, Traceroute is a command-line tool installed on all Windows operating systems. Traceroute, or Tracert, is beneficial for troubleshooting a network connection because it displays a list of all locations a packet must connect with prior to reaching the instructed final destination. If packets are failing to reach the final destination, you can use Traceroute to determine the problematic location. Traceroute is very useful for local networks to identify a problematic router or firewall.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7472396_traceroute-instructions.html

Instructions

    • 1

      Press the “Windows” and “R” keys simultaneously. This opens the Run box on the bottom of your screen.

    • 2

      Type “CMD” in the “Run” box and click the “OK” button. This loads the Command Prompt utility in a new window on your screen.

    • 3

      Type “Tracert address” and press the “Enter” key. Replace “Address” with the actual address you need to trace. You can use any numerical or alphabetical address. For example, type “Tracert www.google.com” or “Tracert 192.168.0.1” and press “Enter.”

    • 4

      Look at the information that displays after pressing the “Enter” key. This is the trace information. Each line is called a “Hop.” Each hop is a point of location that your packet reaches prior to the destination. The numbers with a “ms” next to them are the latency values and the information at the far right is the actual location. A potential connection problem will be indicated by an asterisk “*” instead of a number next to “MS.”

 

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