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By connecting an R/C transmitter to a PC via the PCTx interface, you have the ability to “take control” of an R/C vehicle or robot directly from your PC or laptop. The PCTx sits in between your PC and transmitter and allows a PC side application to control a radio control vehicle just as you would with your hands on the controls. The interface plugs into a free USB port in your computer and to the radio transmitter used for controlling the R/C vehicle.

Features
– Supports transmitters up to 8 channels
– Buddy Box/Trainer Port enabled radio required
– 50Hz refresh rate
– Independent servo control
– Adjustable pulse width
– C++ and VB.NET software API available
– Upgradeable firmware
– USB 2.0 compatible
– Cable Length: 3ft

The price of the PCTx USB PC to R/C Transmitter Interface is $49.99

More information about the PCTx interface is available here…

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Now there is no need to change your original PSU when you need more power. Just add the Booster X3 in one of your free 5,25″ bays and you’ll get 300W additional power. The unit is designed to be used for powering high-end single and dual graphic card configurations. If gives you two additional 12V lines with 150W for each, ideal for powering that power hungry Geforce 7950 GX2 Quad SLI or Crossfire configuration based on two Radeon X1900 XTX for instance. And now if you need even more powerful additional power supply you can get the new X5 model that will provide you with up to 450W for your dual video card gaming rig…

Features
– Supplementary Power Supply Unit
– Essential for Dual VGA Cards System
– Easy-Fit to 5.25 Drive Bay and Simple Installation
– Active PFC (99%)
– Ultra High Efficiency Design (over 85%)
– Dual 12V (Each Rail 150W), Individual Output
– Maximum Output 300W (Peak Output 400W), Dual PCI-Express Output
– Advanced Auto-Power-Recovery System (APRS)
– Extremely Low Noise Design (less than 29dBA)
– Improve System Stability
– Blue LED-High-Gloss Black Front Panel
– Front In-Take Dual Rifle Cooling Fan
– Mesh-Wire Cable Management

Specifications
– Full Range Input: 90~264Vac
– Voltage: +12V
– Current (Min.) : 2.0 A
– Current (Max.) : 25.0 A
– Regulation: +/-5%
– Ripple & Noise: 150mV
– Output Power: 300W
– Maximum Support: 400W
– Independent OVP/OCP/OTP
– MTBF:50,000 hours
– Hold up Time: 10ms at 230Vac
– Dimension: 205x149x42 mm

The price of the FSP Booster X3 is $74.99, the 450W X5 is $89.99.

FSP Group Booster X3 300W Supplementary Power Supply…

FSP Group Booster X5 450W Dedicated Multi GPU Power Supply…

This new hard drive adds a 12 gigabyte (GB) capacity point to the existing one inch Dragon product line which has already made a name for itself as an ultra thin, high capacity, durable storage solution designed for consumer electronics. It will allow OEMs to offer thinner and higher-capacity consumer electronics (CE) devices while featuring industry-leading robustness, durability, and low power requirements for everyday consumer use. Mobile phones, portable media players, gaming devices and personal storage devices will be able to store more information than ever before.

Durable for an Active Lifestyle
Cornice technology ensures that consumer electronics devices will provide continuous and uninterrupted playback even during today’s most active lifestyles. The new Dragon series drives are protected by Cornice’s ruggedness design, Crash Guard, and can withstand excessive shaking, extreme drops, and other abuse without skipping, stopping, or crashing (watch the flash video above).

Price And Availability
The Dragon Series drive is available in volume quantities in Q3. List price is $85 per unit in quantities of 10,000 per year.

For more information about the Dragon Series Micro Hard Drives…


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