Archive for July, 2011

Laptop Bags for the Stylish & Tech Savvy

Written by screentekinc. Posted in Tech Musings

Hex Classes will start again in just a few weeks and students of all ages will be heading back to school. Laptops and tablets are necessity in today’s classrooms. But we often struggle with finding (practical as well as stylish) ways to transport our devices. Don’t just toss your sweet new laptop or slick new tablet into any old bag, check out some trendy totes and bags below designed with the tech savvy in mind. For the less-is-more, simplistic subscribers of style check out HEX’s sleek and minimalism design of messenger bags and backpacks, specifically designed to house your laptop and/or iPad in a safe, efficient and sleek way.

If you have an eye for the traditional, Mauro’s leather messenger bag should suit your fancy. The classic messenger-style flap over bag is perfect for laptops, notes, cell phones, etc. The bag also houses a special pocket just for your tablet computer. Wear it over your shoulder or cross-body for comfortable convenience. Function often outweighs aesthetics, but no sacrifices are made with Booq’s smart-looking laptop backpacks. These performance-driven backpacks provide ultimate protection for all your gadgets when on the go, perfect for any campus or the commute to work.

Speck’s A-Line bag for laptops (also available for netbooks and tablets) lets the carrier express their sassier side. The cute, mod-chic bag packs some great organizational features like a pass-thru for earphones and interior pockets for phones and MP3 players.

Wherever you go with your laptop, go in style!

Term of the Day: Vertical Back Porch and Vertical Front Porch

Written by screentekinc. Posted in Term of the Day

TOD Feature Vertical Back Porch is the amount of time between the end of a vertical sync and the start of the next vertical active time. Vertical Front Porch is the amount of time between the end of the vertical active time and the start of the vertical sync pulse.
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