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Pentax’s other new cameras of the day are the point-and-shoot Optio RS1000 and Optio RZ10, the former offering gobfuls of customization thanks to eleven included 3M adhesive vinyl skins (and an app to help you create more) along with its 14-megapixel sensor and 4x optical zoom, while the RZ10 packs 14-megapixels as well but scales up to a 10x optical zoom.  Both are capable of recording 720p HD video.

The Pentax Optio RS100 has a 3-inch preview display, automatic selection between fifteen picture modes, and automatic face detection and AF tracking.  There’s also smile shutter release and digital shake reduction.  It will ship in October 2010 for $149.95.

As for the Pentax Optio RZ10, that has a 2.7-inch LCD display, face-detection AF and AE, 9.1 fps burst shooting and a dedicated pet mode.  It also uses optical image stabilization and can shoot 1cm macro pictures.  It’ll also arrive next month, priced at $219.95.

Press Release:


Golden, CO. (September 8, 2010)…Focused on the premise that photography is an extremely personal choice, PENTAX Imaging Company has announced two unique compact cameras that allow owners to be themselves.

The new PENTAX Optio RS1000 is easy to use and may be dressed to match the personality and style of its owner. This cosmetically customizable digital camera features a removable faceplate to hold interchangeable skins of any personal design.

The design possibilities for the RS1000 are infinite. Owners may skin this newest Optio to match a mood, an event, a milestone, an outfit, and so much more. There are four ways to get started personalizing the PENTAX Optio RS1000:

1) Immediately dress the camera in a choice of 11 (three plus eight) standard skins that ship with the product.

3) Use an included stencil to trace cutout lines onto printed photos, wrapping papers, drawings, and more to use as a skin.

4) Download the PENTAX PERSONAL SKIN DESIGNER Adobe Air-based software from chúng tôi (availability to coincide with product shipping). Use the digital designer to import a photo or digital image, saving a skin as a PDF for printing on a color printer.

Besides a unique, completely customizable design, the Optio RS1000 features 14 megapixels, a large three inch LCD monitor, a high-performance 4X optical zoom lens covering 27.5mm wide angle, and simple, user-friendly operation. Encased in a lightweight body about the size of a credit-card, the RS1000 is compact enough to carry anywhere. This latest PENTAX Optio will ship in October 2010 at $149.95 USD.

PENTAX Imaging Company is an innovative leader in the production of a variety of digital cameras including weather resistant digital SLRs and stylish, compact, waterproof cameras, as well as lenses, flash units, binoculars, scopes, and eyepieces. For over 90 years, PENTAX has developed durable, reliable products that meet the needs of consumers and businesses. With headquarters in Golden, Colorado, PENTAX Imaging Company is a division of PENTAX of America, Inc.


PENTAX-original SKIN change system for personalized designs

The Optio RS1000 features a removable transparent acrylic panel on the face of the body, and there are four ways to personalize the PENTAX Optio RS1000:

1) Dress the camera in a choice of 11 (three plus eight) standard skins that ship with the product.

3) Use the included stencil to trace cutout lines to create a skin from printed photos, colored or wrapping papers, drawings, etc.

4) Download the PENTAX PERSONAL SKIN DESIGNER Adobe Air-based software from chúng tôi (timing to coincide with product shipping).

Personalizing the Optio RS1000 for yourself or someone special brings the fun back into photography. Ideas for use include gifts for wedding attendants, coaches and team parents, teachers, fashionistas, pet lovers, sports fans, corporate events, client gifts, anniversaries, retirements, new parents, scrap bookers, and anyone who is passionate about anything or is simply just hard-to-buy-for.

Exceptional image quality

Featuring 14 megapixels, a powerful imaging engine with superior noise reduction and the high-performance smc PENTAX optical zoom lens, the Optio RS1000 delivers brilliant, high-quality images with well-defined details.

Large, easy-to-view 3.0 inch LCD monitor

The Optio RS1000 features a large 3.0 inch bright color LCD monitor with approximately 230,000 dots for detailed image and menu viewing.

Optical 4X zoom lens with 27.5mm wide-angle coverage

The Optio RS1000 is equipped with a high-performance 4X optical zoom lens covering focal lengths from 27.5mm wide angle to 110mm telephoto (35mm equivalent). This wide zoom range helps capture a wide variety of subjects and scenes — from spectacular landscapes, majestic architecture and group shots within confined spaces, to tightly cropped snapshots from a distance. When coupled with the Intelligent Zoom function, which allows for even tighter zooming in on the subject, the zoom range can be extended to approximately 26.8 times.

Auto Picture mode for hands-off selection of the most appropriate shooting settings

The Optio RS1000 features the PENTAX Auto Picture mode to automatically select the most appropriate shooting setting for a given subject or scene by accurately assessing various photographic conditions. This user-friendly mode instantly selects one of the 15 shooting modes (eight conventional modes, plus seven new modes including Blue Sky and Sunset) and optimizes various camera settings, including sensitivity and shutter speed, to assure the best results with minimal effort by the photographer.

Automatic face detection for beautiful, lively snapshots

The Optio RS1000 features the sophisticated Face Detection AF & AE function to automatically detect and capture human faces. The Optio RS1000 is equipped with other convenient features to help photographers including Smile Capture that automatically releases the shutter the moment the camera detects the subject’s smile and Natural Skin mode that captures subjects with smooth, healthy skin tones.

High-quality widescreen HD movie recording

The Optio RS1000 captures high-definition 720p movie clips (1280 x 720 pixels)* and is equipped with Movie Shake Reduction mode** to compensate for camera shake during movie shooting.

* When the Optio RS1000’s AV output terminal is used, movie clips are output as normal-image-size data. If the user wishes to play back movie clips at high-definition-TV proportions (1280 x 720 pixels), the data must be transferred to a personal computer for playback.

** When the Movie SR mode is selected, the angle of view becomes narrower than normal shooting.

An assortment of digital filters for creative expression

The Optio RS1000 offers nine different digital filters including Toy Camera, Retro and Sepia to add various visual effects to recorded images without requiring a computer. The user can even apply multiple filters to a single image for more inventive visual effects.

Other features

• Digital Shake Reduction function to effectively compensate for camera shake during still-image shooting

• Burst Shooting at a speed of 16 images in two seconds (fixed at 640 x 480 pixels)

• Auto-tracking AF mode to keep constant focus on a moving subject

• Digital Panorama mode to effortlessly create a single panoramic picture from as many as three images

• Green mode to automatically optimize exposure and sensitivity settings for a given subject or scene

• Frame Composite function (with 20 frames stored in the camera) to shoot or compose images with decorative photo frames

• MediaImpression 2.0 for PENTAX software for image viewing, editing and filing applications (compatible with the latest operating systems, including Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.6)

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This product supports PRINT Image Matching III. PRINT Image Matching enabled digital still cameras, printers and software help photographers to produce images more faithful to their intentions. Some functions are not available on printers that are not PRINT Image Matching III compliant.

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Optical 10X zoom lens

Equipped with a high-performance 10X optical zoom lens covering focal lengths from 28mm wide angle to 280mm telephoto (in the 35mm format), the Optio RZ10 captures beautiful images with a wide range of subjects and scenes — from spectacular landscapes to fast-action sports events. The camera also provides high-quality macro focusing as close as one centimeter from the subject. Together with the Intelligent Zoom function for even tighter zooming in on the subject, the zoom range may be extended to approximately 67 times to cover the focal length of 1876mm super-telephoto lens (in the 35mm format).

Automatic shooting mode

The PENTAX-original Auto Picture mode is upgraded with new modes in the RZ10 to automatically select the most appropriate shooting mode for a given subject or scene by accurately assessing various photographic conditions on and around the subject. This user-friendly mode instantly and reliably selects one of 16 shooting modes (eight conventional modes plus eight new modes including Blue Sky, Sunset and Pet) and optimizes various camera settings including sensitivity and shutter speed to assure the best results with minimal effort by the photographers.

Dual shake reduction to assure sharp, blur-free images

With a mechanical CCD-shift-type Shake Reduction (SR) mechanism and Pixel Track SR, the Optio RZ10’s dual shake reduction system minimizes camera shake and image blur more effectively to help ensure sharp images even during sunset, indoors without flash and when shooting with a telephoto lens.

High-quality, widescreen HD movie recording

Optio RZ10 users can enjoy high-quality movie shooting with minimal effort. The Optio RZ10 captures widescreen HD 720p movie clips (1280 x 720 pixels)* and comes equipped with the Movie SR (Shake Reduction) mode,** to automatically compensate for camera shake during movie shooting with the help of exclusive software.

* When the Optio RZ10’s AV output terminal is used, movie clips are output as normal image-size data. If the user wishes to play back movie clips at high-definition TV proportions (1280 x 720 pixels), the data must be transferred to a personal computer for playback.

** When the Movie SR mode is selected, the angle of view becomes narrower than normal shooting.

Exceptional image quality

By coupling approximately 14 effective megapixels assuring exceptional image resolution with a high-performance imaging engine capable of reproducing true-to-life colors, the Optio RZ10 delivers brilliant, high-quality images with well-defined details. Even when images are enlarged to large sizes, users are assured of sharp, high-resolution prints with outstanding edge-to-edge sharpness.

Automatic face detection for beautiful, lively snapshots

Unique Pet mode for automatic detection of dog and cat faces

The Optio RZ10 features an improved Pet mode, which comes in handy when taking pictures of dogs and cats. This upgraded function not only assures far greater accuracy in detecting three pre-registered faces of dogs and cats, but is also capable of automatically detecting unregistered faces of dogs and cats, unlike the previous function.

Casual, all-purpose design for every occasion

The Optio RZ10’s casual but stylish design makes it perfect to accompany its owner anywhere and on all occasions — on trips, for day-to-day snapshots, and at holiday events. It is designed to be functional and maneuverable, while meticulous attention has been given to every part of the camera body ergonomics, including: smoothly rounded edges; an easy-to-hold, rubber-coated grip; and a beautiful, lustrous alumite-finish black lens barrel. In addition to the standard color of chic black, the Optio RZ10 also comes in three vivid, lively colors designed to give it a sportier appearance.

Other features

Large, easy-to-view 2.7 inch color LCD monitor with approximately 230,000 dots

• Burst Shooting of up to 40 images at a maximum speed of 9.1 images per second

• Digital filters, including Toy Camera and Retro, to add creative visual effects

• Choice of three image sizes (4:3, 16:9 and 1:1) to accommodate different applications

• D-Range setting to prevent whitewashed (overexposed) and black-out (underexposed) areas in an image

• Digital Panorama mode to effortlessly create a single panoramic picture from as many as three images

• MediaImpression 2.0 for PENTAX software for image viewing, editing and filing application (compatible with the latest operating systems, including Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.6)

• Eye-Fi connected: optimized for use with Eye-Fi wireless memory cards

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Chatgpt Data Breach Confirmed: A Bug Revealed Chatgpt Personal And Billing Data

On Friday, OpenAI confirmed the ChatGPT Data Breach caused a bug in the open-source library. Following the breach, ChatGPT was immediately taken down by OpenAI to resolve the issue, with maintainers of Redis patching the flaw which caused the revelation of the user’s information. 

Users reported they were able to see another user’s conversation history titles. While later it was reported about 1.2% of ChatGPT Plus users’ payment-related information was leaked such as First and Last names, email, payment addresses, and last 4 digits of their credit card number (Full credit along with the card’s expiry date).

Key Points: 

A bug was discovered in Redis-py which is (a Redis client open-source library) which causes a data breach in OpenAI’s chat service ChatGPT. 

1.2% of subscribers’ personal information was leaked during this breach including their first and last name, email, payment address, last four digits of their credit card number, and their expiry date. (Only the last 4-digit were exposed during the breach)  

ChatGPT was taken down by OpenAI to resolve the issue, the AI chat service reached out to Redis maintainers with a patch to solve this issue. 

What caused the ChatGPT Data Breach? 

The cause for ChatGPT’s Data Breach was a “Bug” which was discovered in the Redis client open-source library, Redis-py. It was reported by OpenAI, they reached out to Redis maintainers along with a patch to fix this issue. 

A Redis-py library serves as a Python interface. The Developers in ChatGPT utilize Redis in the system to cache user data in their server. This helps avoid the constant need to check the database of chatbots for every request.

The bug resulted in leaking the user’s personal information such as the subscriber’s name, payment address, email, and last four digits of paid subscriber’s credit card number along with its expiry date. Following the breach, ChatGPT immediately took the server down, rendering its services out to resolve the issue. 

Even after the restoration of ChatGPT was completed, users’ chat histories were kept hidden for hours to perform a post-mortem, cease the exposing of data, and take suitable action against the same. 

OpenAI stated in the post-mortem, “Upon deeper investigation, it was discovered the same bug might have generated the unintentional visibility of paid subscriber’s payment-related data. About 1.2% of ChatGPT Plus subscribers’ (ChatGPT Plus is a premium version of ChatGPT that provides GPT-4 features and responses) data were released who were active during the particular nine-hour window.”

Before ChatGPT was turned offline following the bug issue and subscriber’s data leak on Monday 20th March, a few users conveyed they were able to witness another active user’s personal details such as their first and last name, payment address, email, and last 4-digit of their credit card number (full credit card number was not exposed in the information leak) and expiry date. 

OpenAI stated a very low number of ChatGPT Plus subscribers’ data were leaked, and specific actions were taken place to resolve this issue such as: 

A subscription confirmation mail was sent to all the paid users whose data were leaked on 20th March, at 1 a.m. and 10 a.m. Users can then confirm their subscription by simply tapping on “My Account” on ChatGPT Plus and then navigating to “Manage my subscription” from 1 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Pacific time. In addition, OpenAI claimed they contacted all the affected ChatGPT Plus subscribers whose payment details were leaked due to a bug to ensure the safety of their subscribers. 

OpenAI’s response to the information leak 

OpenAI’s CEO Sam Altman, took to his Twitter on 23rd March, addressing the issue, saying “We encountered a significant problem in ChatGPT due to a bug in the open source library, for which a solution now has been cast and we have just completed validating the issue.”

“A small number of subscribers were able to see the titles of other users’ ChatGPT conversation history during this case. We feel terrible about this.”

Sam Alman also said via his Twitter account, “Unfortunately, users will be unable to see their ChatGPT chat history from Monday 1 am PDT until 10 am Monday PDT” We will follow up with a technical postmortem.

4 Of The Biggest Seo Myths Revealed

Debunking the biggest SEO myths so you don’t fall foul of them

It is common to see many businesses fall for at least some of these myths. This is quite disturbing because believing in some of these myths can cause detrimental effects to your SEO campaign (or even mean businesses do not use SEO altogether).

Some of these myths are simply bad SEO practices while others are outdated due to the ever evolving nature of SEO. Most businesses don’t even know they are following these myths that could cause great harm to your website and its ranking!

Below are the biggest SEO myths that I have seen. Believing in most of these myths has the potential to destroy your SEO (or not even get it started). If you find you indeed do believe in one of some of these myths, it is important for you to change your belief and your tactics going forward.

By only believing in the truth and facts, you are able to develop a solid SEO strategy that will actually be beneficial to your website. Unfortunately, there are some people out there that no matter what you say or how many facts and statistics you show them, they will never change their mind.

I am here to set the record straight, but if you truly don’t believe that SEO is important to boost your ranking then there is nothing I can do to help you! I hope you enjoy not moving up in the search engine ranking! For those interested in what the biggest SEO myth are, have a read below to find out.

1. SEO doesn’t work and it is a scam

This is the biggest and most detrimental myth of all. SEO does actually work and it certainly isn’t a scam. Where this myth most likely originates from is those who have tried SEO for let’s say 2 weeks, didn’t see instant results and therefore believe it doesn’t work and is a waste of money.

If you have done any research at all, you will understand that SEO doesn’t provide instant overnight results. SEO is a slow process and it is important that you are constantly investing in it in order to see results.

The time it takes to see SEO results will greatly depend on the type of business and industry you are in as well as the type of keywords you are looking to target. As a general rule, most businesses will start to see results after a couple of months.

Unfortunately, there are a few scam SEO companies out there that give the rest of us a bad name. SEO is not a scam, but there are scam SEO businesses. People that believe SEO is a scam probably have hired the assistance of a dodgy SEO company.

Dodgy SEO companies offer promises that are too good to be true. For example, they can get you to the first position on Google, they know Google’s algorithm; and all for a very cheap price. These companies use black hat SEO methods which are known for spamming and usually result in your website receiving a penalty from Google.

This is certainly not what SEO is! SEO helps to build your ranking naturally using proven organic methods like creating engaging and valuable content as well as quality link building.

As I said before SEO results take a lot of time, this means (quality) SEO companies will be working hard for extended periods of time to show you the best possible results. Do you think that these SEO companies will be putting in all this hard work for a small fee? No, probably not!

Just because SEO takes a long time to show results and the cost is not dirt cheap, it doesn’t mean it is a scam. SEO takes real commitment and I recommend that you give SEO a good crack before you make any harsh judgements about its effectiveness.

2. Google doesn’t care about user experience

Now, why would Google not care about your website’s user experience? Think about it, how did Google become the most powerful search engine? By giving the users exactly what they want! This relates directly back to none other than…USER EXPERIENCE!

To me, this myth makes no sense at all and anyone with a tiny bit of knowledge about SEO will be able to know that this is a complete myth. User experience is very important because it signifies to Google that you actually care about the users that visit your website.

Search engines use certain metrics and measures to determine whether a website has positive user engagement as well as how much this will impact the ranking. When users are having a good experience they are more likely going to stay for longer and return often, this signifies to Google that the site is popular and care about user experience.

When a website is deemed of a higher quality, it is likely to receive better rankings. So how do you actually make your website more user-friendly? Below are a few tips to help boost your user experience:

You will need to have accurate and relevant descriptions of your web pages

Use relevant keywords (but don’t keyword stuff)

Create engaging headlines that appeal to the user

Ensure your website has a fast speed

Include interesting and high-quality visuals (don’t have too many big blocks of text)

3. We already did SEO so we don’t need to do it again

As I said in the first point, SEO requires continual effort and resources. Just because you already did it doesn’t mean you will see perpetual results well into the future after you have stopped your SEO campaign.

If you start an SEO campaign and stop it after any amount of time, this doesn’t mean you will still see results. After stopping SEO you will actually most likely see your search traffic begin to fall. If you have stopped your campaign because you can’t afford to pay someone, then you should try to put in the effort yourself.

This means that even though there is no campaign running, you are still putting effort towards the cause. This will help to limit the severity of the drop in traffic after your campaign ends.

So why is it so important to ensure you are always maintaining your website’s SEO? Well here are some of the key reasons:

Your content will become outdated – by not maintain your SEO the content on your website is not the most up to date and relevant.

Search engine algorithms change – the algorithm that impacts the ranking of your website is constantly changing and evolving with the times. This means that an important ranking factor today may have little influence in a couple of years’ time.

Competition moves up – most of your competition will probably still be using SEO, so while your results stagnate, their results will continue to flourish, pushing their ranking further up and potentially your ranking further down.

Outdated links – link building is an important part of SEO and over time the links essentially “rot”, meaning they are no longer effective.

Over time all the good work you put in with your SEO campaign will slowly undo itself. Therefore, just because you did SEO once in the past DOES NOT mean you are fine not to do it now. SEO is constantly changing so it is important for you to keep on top of what’s happening.

4. All keywords need to be included in the title

After you have completed your keyword research (yes, you will definitely need to research on keywords), you will find there are actually a lot of keywords that you want to rank for. Some of your keywords may be more important than others and they will certainly have different levels of competitiveness attached to them.

Just because you have a lot of keywords you want to rank for, doesn’t mean you should be including them all in the title. This is especially the case if you have a certain variety of keywords. So for example, if I am the owner of a candy store two of my keywords may be; “candy store Sydney” and “candy store online”.

These two keywords would not make sense if I tried to put them together in the same title, right? And the title would be way too long. These keywords could work well in the content but not together in the title.

A way to overcome the temptation to put all your keywords into the title is to write a different article for every different group of keywords you have. Keywords like, “candy store” and “candy store Sydney” would certainly work well together! This also helps you create more content (which is hopefully quality) that both users and Google will love!

The reason many people believe this myth is because it used to work in the past. However, Google has since changed the algorithm and stuffing your title will too many keywords is no longer effective. What’s more, you may even be penalised from Google for keyword stuffing!

It is pretty much impossible to create a short and engaging title while also including lots of keywords. When creating your title you have to think about what the user would want to read. A web page with the title “Best candy store Sydney and great candy store online” probably won’t draw in the users.

Go for a title like “Best candy store in Sydney – the yummiest lollies you will ever taste!”. Here there is only one keyword, but doesn’t the title sound a lot more engaging and inviting this way?

Users are smart; they can tell went something isn’t right. Keyword stuffing shows to your users that you don’t actually care about them as much as you care about Google and ensuring you have a good ranking. So make sure you don’t put too many keywords in the title, there is always plenty of room in the content for more keywords.

Final Thoughts

So there you have it, 4 of the biggest SEO myths. There are certainly a lot more myths out there that you will need to watch out for. Morale of the story, you need to be careful with what you read about SEO on the internet! If you are just starting out with SEO make sure you only review credible SEO websites.

There are a lot of people who will try to discredit SEO. The most important thing to remember above everything is that SEO does indeed work. There are proven strategies that quality SEO companies (or yourself) can put in place that will improve your ranking.

Just because you don’t see instant results doesn’t mean it’s not working. Be patient as SEO will take time. You will need to continue SEO long term because if you stop all the hard work you previously put in will eventually unravel itself.

Other than that, it is also important to ensure your website has a high level of user experience. The better your user experience, the more repeat visitors you’ll get and the longer users will stay on your website. And never keyword stuff in the title! There is plenty of room in the content to include the keywords.

Big Power, Puny Package: Full Amd Radeon R9 Nano Tech Specs And Details Revealed

Size, power, or noise: When it comes to graphics cards, you typically get to pick two at the expense of the third. But AMD’s looking to shake things up with its powerful, yet pint-sized Radeon R9 Nano, a premium graphics card designed for itty-bitty mini-ATX builds and home theater PCs. The R9 Nano won’t quite make the August launch promised earlier this year, but the company’s revealing the card’s full list of features and design details ahead of a September 10 release date.

“We look at the Nano as sharing the halo or flagship status with the R9 Fury X,” AMD’s Victor Camardo said in a press briefing. “Similarly to how we announced the Fury X and the Fury—one has a liquid cooling solution for those who want to push the cards to the limits, and the Fury for those who wanted a more traditional form factor—we’re introducing the Nano… for those people who want the greatest amount of power efficiency and care about form factor and size.”

The Radeon R9 Nano in a mini-ITX build.

Under the hood of the AMD Radeon R9 Nano

We’ve known some basics about the R9 Nano ever since its unveiling at E3 in June. The 175W card measures a mere 6 inches in length, but packs up to 30 percent more performance oomph than AMD’s pre-Fury flagship, the Radeon R9 290X.

Now we know how.

The Nano’s Fiji GPU packs a full 4096 stream processors—more than the air-cooled Fury cards that meet or beat Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 980, and the exact same number found in AMD’s top-of-the-line Fury X, which itself featured a shortened board length. The Nano, like the Fury and Fury X, also boasts 4GB of revolutionary high-bandwidth memory clocked at 512GB/s and delivered over an ultra-wide 4096-bit bus. (The R9 Nano wouldn’t exist without HBM’s dramatic space savings over the traditional GPU/memory combo, actually).

“In no way is this a cut-down, low-speed, ‘value’ product,” says Camardo.

The Fiji GPU at the heart of the Radeon R9 Nano has 4096 stream processors and 4GB of on-die HBM memory (the four small squares around the large central GPU).

In practice, Camardo said, you can expect to see performance levels around the same as the air-cooled Fury, which hit maxed-out 1440p or solid 4K gaming performance. “There’s nothing else in [the mini-ITX form factor] class that can drive a 4K display” in gaming, Camardo boasted.

The Radeon R9 Nano packs four DisplayPort 1.2 ports and a single HDMI port. Sadly, Fiji features HDMI 1.4a rather than 2.0, so 4K signals over HDMI are limited to 30Hz—a disappointing drawback in a card otherwise well suited for use in a powerful home theater PC.

AMD Radeon R9 Nano design

AMD paid attention to complaints about the horrid coolers on reference card designs for the R200-series graphics cards, too. The Nano aims for a 75C temperature while gaming, or 20 degrees less than the R9 290X. And that’s with an air cooler and a six-inch length!

“We spared no expense, we left no stone unturned, and we really pushed our engineering teams to do their utmost,” Camardo said of the Nano’s cooling.

You can see the copper vapor chamber and heat pipes in this look from the bottom (a.k.a.’s GPU’s-eye view) of the Radeon R9 Nano’s cooling solution.

The card features a copper heart pipe dedicated solely to cooling the voltage regulator module. “I don’t believe anyone else in the industry is doing something like this,” Camardo said. “I know [other companies] have plates that go over VRMs, but never actually a dedicated heat pipe just for voltage regulators as a separate, standalone cooling solution.”

AMD intentionally arranged the heat sink’s fans to run horizontally across the Nano, the easier to blow hot air out of the case rather than down at the motherboard. Underneath, the GPU’s cooled using a hybrid flattened heatpipe/vapor chamber solution. There’s no backplate on the card, in order to help facilitate air circulation to the board, and the fan itself is integrated into the card’s shroud—which means you won’t be able to 3D-print your own Nano front plate, as you can with the Fury X.

A lot at the Radeon R9 Nano’s heat sink, with horizontal fins.

And if you disagree, well, you’re out of luck: The Nano will only be available in its reference design at launch, though Camardo says you may see custom variants from board partners late in the year, at least three months after the Nano’s launch. If those do come to fruition, they’ll be visual tweaks only—under the hood, custom variants will pack the same configuration as AMD’s reference Nano.

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An AMD-supplied timeline of the type of PC you needed to play 4K games over the years.

AMD’s keen to point out just how far 4K gaming PCs have come in such a short time. Just last year, playing games at 4K resolution required the use of multiple high-end graphics cards in a massive PC tower. Earlier this year, the launch of graphics cards like Nvidia’s beastly GeForce GTX 980 Ti and AMD’s Radeon Fury X finally enabled true single-GPU 4K gaming. And now, mere months later, the Radeon Nano is promising to bring ultra-high-resolution gaming into itty-bitty mini-ITX boxes even smaller than AMD’s radical Project Quantum PC.

Well, if AMD’s power and performance claims hold true in real life, that is.

AMD-supplied performance benchmarks comparing the Radeon R9 Nano with a mini-ITX GTX 970. Testing conducted on a 3.0HGz Core i7-5960X, 16GB of 2166MHz DDR4 memory, Windows 10 64-bit. AMD Catalyst 15.20 and GeForce 355.60 WHQL drivers used.

We won’t know for sure if reality matches the promise until we get our hands on the Nano, but the song AMD’s singing sounds pretty darn enticing in theory. And AMD knows just how unique this card is: the Radeon R9 Nano will retail for $650, the same price as the water-cooled Radeon Fury X and Nvidia’s GTX 980 Ti, when it hits stores on September 10. Look for independent reviews to land around the same time.

How To Make An Infographic: Best Free Options Revealed!

Infographics are a great way to convey information quickly and easily, in a manner that people can learn and understand.

Because they are attractive, attention-grabbing, and easy to absorb, infographics are very popular in a number of areas such as the media, academics, commercial presentations and many others. It is therefore quite unfortunate that learning how to make an infographic is much more difficult than it would first appear.

Thankfully, however, nowadays there are several ways to go about creating infographics which make anyone look like a pro – even when you’re not!

Making Infographics Online

There is one thing anyone who has access to a computer or mobile device can be assured of these days – that whatever it is they need, there is an app or website for it. Making infographics isn’t any different.

chúng tôi  is probably the most famous and popular of these websites, because it is presented to users in an attractive, intuitive layout, which allows them to use the tool with ease.

While only pro (paid) users of the website have access to all its features, such as changing color schemes and loading your own premade materials, it also offers tutorials on how to make an infographic using the site, as well as templates and other resources to help beginners with their first projects.

However, if you are on a budget and can’t pay a monthly fee for making occasional infographics, something like chúng tôi  or Google Developers can come in quite handy, as they will get you started in the world of infographic making for free, whether you are looking for an infographic to share online or to show in a presentation at the office.

Infographic Apps

If you are looking for an on-the-go solution, you’ll be happy to know that app developers have in fact planned for this scenario and released some great tools, both for Android and iOS, a number of which are free.

A great example of this is Photo Infographic Gen Lite, a free Android app which allows users to create impressive infographics in seconds using their own phone or tablet’s photos. If you are looking for a more professional solution though, Google Play and the App Store also feature a great number of inexpensive pro tools, which will only set you back a few cents.

Making Your Own

If you want to learn how to make infographics for yourself, you will need to skip all these tools and do it the good old fashioned way, that is, either having it done, doing it with the help of a professional, or using your own design tools and skills.

Whatever option you go with though, you need to know that it is possible to make infographics with free software that you already own, such as MS Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, without spending money on fancy software – a particularly useful tip if you are a beginner or only use graphics occasionally.

Another good tip is to stay organized, by gathering all of your information in one place and making a draft, either manually or with the help of design tools, to guide you or the designer, and help you visualize the end result as you want it before you commit to a design. This way, you are less likely to create a cluttered or complex graphic, which would be difficult to read.

Once all that’s settled, it is a question of selecting the proper software to suit your needs and learning its kinks. You should remember, though, that it isn’t the software or skills which make an infographic great, but rather how engaging and easy it is to understand.

The Official Presentation Date Of The Xiaomi Mi 11 Has Been Revealed

The winter event, in which the presentation of the Xiaomi Mi 11 series will be announced, will take place on December 28; a day earlier than the techno spies predicted. It is expected that we will see a couple of flagships: Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. There are also some predictions about the possible debut of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro +, which should be treated with a great deal of skepticism.

According to rumors, both smartphones will receive OLED panels with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, the Snapdragon 888 SoC, from 8 GB of RAM and from 128 GB of storage, as well as 55W fast charging. The basic version of the series will receive a battery with a capacity of 4780mAh, and the larger variant with a 4970mAh battery. The main Xiaomi Mi 11 camera will offer three lenses 108 MP + 13 MP + 5 MP, while the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will have a more interesting set of sensors: 50 MP + 48 MP + 20 MP + 12 MP.

It is expected that in China the basic version will cost $612, while the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will be available from $811.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Alleged specifications

According to a leaked spec sheet, the Mi 11 flaunts a display bigger than 6-inch, unfortunately, the 6 is accompanied by an X that prevents us from knowing the actual size. Despite this, the handset will come with a 1440p resolution; and the display is of the AMOLED kind with a 120Hz refresh rate. Moreover, the display brings significant curves on both sides and sports a top-left punch hole for the selfie camera.

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In the camera department, the Mi 11 brings the main 108MP 1/1.33″ sensor; coupled with a 13MP 12mm, 1.12 um shooter with a 5MP unspecified sensor. The selfie camera is a 20MP unspecified sensor. The vanilla flagship draws power from a 4,780mAh battery with 50W wired charging and 30 wireless charging. The phone carries NFC support and will hit a price tag of CNY 3,999 to CNY 4,499 (~$611 to $687). We also expect an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro Alleged Specifications

Unfortunately, the size of the phone’s display is also unspecified here. All we know is that it will come with a display bigger than 6-inches. This can mean anything in a world of full-screen smartphones. Of course, the resolution is also listed as 1440p here. Some rumors state that the Mi 11 Pro will include a mode with QHD+ resolution; but this is yet to be confirmed. The leak also lists a variant with 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 Storage; since this is a Pro variant we expect a 12GB + 256GB version to appear too.

In the camera department, the phone is listed with a 48MP 1/1.32″ sensor from OmniVision (OV48C) plus a 20MP 12mm, 1um sensor plus two 12MP shooters. In the front, we have the very same 20MP sensor from its vanilla sibling.

The Mi 11 Pro draws power from a smaller 4,500mAh. However, the small capacity is compensated by Xiaomi’s insane 120W fast-charging. The listing also mentions 80W wireless charging which is equally impressive. The phone will also bring NFC support and will target a CNY 5,299 to CNY 5,499 price tag (~$810 to $840).

The phone also runs Android 11 straight out of the box and has MIUI 12 skin.

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