What is the Panasonic AS600?.TXASB Televisions – Panasonic UK & Ireland
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Mar 19, · Ultimately the TXAS shows there is plenty of fight in Panasonic yet and when it gets the basics right, the Japanese giant can deliver a competitive product. If you’re looking for a decent mid-range TV and don’t have any interest in 3D, the AS is certainly with considering.8/ With the Panasonic TXAS 42″ Smart LED TV you not only have a beautiful Full HD picture with Hz Refresh Rate but also a world of built in options to choose from for your viewing pleasure. The Freeview HD tuner, offering you over 50 subscription free programming, including many HD channels is just the start of what the Panasonic TXAS 42″ Smart LED TV has to offer/10(4). Jul 03, · There are a few picture modes available on the TXAS, including true cinema and a custom mode that can store the product of tweaks to gamma, white balance and a /5.
42″ Panasonic TX-42AS600 – Specifications
Full-HD Pictures and Quick, Easy Network Connectivity
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NVIDIA nForce2-MX is coming?
News from the category of unverified, but very similar to the truth rumors brought from reliable sources. 🙂
So, according to some reports, soon NVIDIA, which produces excellent but rather expensive nForce2 chipsets (with and without integrated graphics, IGP and SPP), plans to “descend from heaven” a little and take care of mere mortals as well. Namely – to release “stripped-down” versions of their chipsets, designed for the mass market and are cheaper than the nForce2 series.
In a free retelling, the situation is something like this: NVIDIA, firmly established with its nForce2 series in the “elite” class of motherboards for Athlon XP, suddenly realized that an ordinary user often cannot afford its chipsets and motherboards based on them. A small military council was assembled with one of the very famous and advanced motherboard manufacturers, which offered a simple solution – to remove features from nForce2 that are not particularly needed in mainstream systems, namely:
- IEEE-1394 (FireWire) support
- Hardware Audio
- LAN controller
- Dual channel memory controller
The chipset’s capabilities remaining after such a “truncation” will be enough for a mid-range PC on the Socket A platform. In particular, support for DDR333 and USB 2.0 should remain in the chipset. Well, all this will be called… right, nForce2-MX – simple and clear.
The exact timing of the release of the new chipsets is still unknown, but it can be assumed that this will happen soon enough. Companies probably don’t want to miss the mainstream market. She already has “fancy” chipsets, and breaking, as you know, is easier than building. 🙂