This LG 29UB65-P is a monitor that isn’t on everyone’s tongue. It’s on mine, though.
This model is different from the “consumer” version still being marketed; among the details I’m sure makes it different is the ability to raise and angle the monitor.
Here are some other details:
Gosh. It’s been a while since I have posted here on rexonline.us. Twitter and my companion blog, technotraveler.com, have been receiving the bulk of my attention since CES 2014.
I’m getting caught back up with my posts here for things not necessarily for technotraveler.com. Among the topics that had been “back-burnered” were my thoughts about my late-2013 MacPro and what I have been doing with and to it.
Please stay tuned!
The videos are gradually being completed. For every successful edit and render, I have had four or five incomplete attempts.
The footage was shot with a Sony stereoscopic video camera, is being edited on an i7 Sony VAIO with 12 gigabytes of RAM and a 2-gig nVidia video card with the Sony Movie Studio Platinum but the system just seems to struggle.
If you want to have access to the entire collection when it is ready (Days 1, 3 and 4), please try this link.
I am compiling ideas for posting here and on our companion blog, technotraveler.com. Stay tuned!
We are exhausted. We have completed the second of two days we could be at CES. Tomorrow – Friday – will be the last of the show and for us to attend.
Here are a few of the photos we have accumulated…
The latest incarnation of the high-end Mac OS X-based desktop computer was made available for order in the wee hours of December 19, 2013.
Thanks to my contact at Apple, Matt Miller, I completed my order just around 6:20 am PT. Still it was a bit late to expect a January 2014 delivery date.
In the meantime, here are some links and a video on the new system and related accessories:
I have been privileged to use Digital Juice products for over 13 years. I still have my first animated backgrounds from 2000 but it’s the new stuff that keeps me coming back and shelling out $$$ for their products. Think about how many tech companies have come and gone in the meantime!
These are what I have been purchasing over the last month. Don’t be surprised if you see these on the YouTube channel or on my Vimeo videos!
For that past few years, the Black Magic Design Intensity Pro has been my reliable pathway to Xbox 360, iPad and iPhone captures. Recently, I found that my iPhone 5’s output was still seen a valid signal but the neither the Xbox 360 nor the iPad provided a signal.
Strangely, I could hook up my AppleTV to the Intensity Pro and get an iPad output if I sent the video to the AppleTV via AirPlay. This is not an accept workaround. I don’t relish the idea of having to move the AppleTV about the house. Plus, it doesn’t solve the problem of capturing from other devices, like the Xbox, which doesn’t support AirPlay.
Sooooo, I purchased the Elgato Gaming Capture HD. I’ll be putting it through its paces.
In the meantime, if you want to see the video quality of an unedited MP4 capture (77.3 megabytes), click here to view/download a quick sample.
I have tweeted and posted that I have less than an assured feeling about Barnes & Noble, the nook and B&N customer service. One tweet mentioned the Kindle.
I’ve purchased the Kindle Paperwhite from Amazon and put my money where my mouth is.
I won’t really review this as much as continue to comment on the differences between the devices, the experience and any support issues. Barnes & Noble really needs to step up and improve its game. I am not totally abandoning them, but I don’t want to be caught not knowing how to run and use the competition. Sure, I have the apps on my iOS devices, but I really like to have the portable ereader experience.
Comparing the experience starts with J. Alexander Greenwood’s third installment of the John Pilate series, Pilate’s Key:
In addition to having the manual control dial and the built-in 64 gigabyte that the newer model eschews, the HDR-TD20V was significantly discounted at my nearby Sony Store in the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace.
The new Stealthy from VariZoom was being used but not in stabilizer mode (the mode I used – – is likely the one I will use most frequently). I had titles and transitions when I originally edited with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 12 but my Windows 7-based system isn’t really up to the task…yet.