Sunday, November 24, 2013
Sunday, November 24, 2013 Aftermarket Toners , Arts , Business , Business Cards , Cartridges , Customers , Designs , Devices , Education , How to , Learning , Office , Photos , Printers , Problems , Products Guide , Shopping
These days, you can find printers that come in different sizes. In addition to that, different types of printers come with different features in order to accommodate the varying needs that the user may have at home. Because of this, you must know what type of printing paper would work well with your printer. Your choice of printing paper will be as important as choosing the right ink and software.
For the usual documents, a generic printing paper will do. However, printing some important documents will require the use of the right type of printing paper. Here are some of the mistakes that people do when buying the printing paper:
- Ignoring the Printer's manual.
Printer manufacturers go through all the trouble on writing and printing the printer manual for a good reason. However, lots of people tend to ignore it when they use their printer. They would prefer using the trial and error method than actually making use of the tried and tested method as stated in the manual. When you take a look at the printer manual, you will get to see that they have specified the type and size of paper that will be perfect for your printer.
- Wrong Printer Paper weight.
Once again, you will be able to see the specified weight of printer paper in the manual if you read it.
- Wrong printer paper Color.
The whiter the paper you will use, the better color will appear on it after printing. This is one thing that not all printer paper users tend to overlook. Printer paper comes in different colors. However, the whiter, the better. This is true when it comes to printing documents that is related to your business or office.
- Wrong Paper Finish.
The finish of the paper will play an important role in the outcome of your documents. If for example, you are printing a picture, the wrong choice of paper finish will lead to unsatisfactory appearance of the pictures.
- Too Much Money For The Paper.
Another one thing to keep in mind when choosing a paper to print on is the budget. If you wish to find the perfect paper, then you must be able to know where is the right place to buy it. The place where you will be buying the paper can greatly affect the price you pay for it. There are lots of places where you can buy printer paper-- office supply stores, retails stores, online suppliers and many more. Make sure to do price comparison before you buy one.
The right choice of printing paper will allow you to save time on money. A lot of problems can be solved or printed just by reading your printer manual. Take time to do so. Avoid all these mistakes and you will surely enjoy a hassle-free document printing experience.
This article is written by Sarah del Rosario of UK Toner Cartridges. Uktonercartridges.co.uk products are premium quality products. Unlike some other less reliable websites, they do not sell inferior goods.
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Saturday, November 23, 2013 3D Presentations , Accounting , Animations , Arts , Business , Career , Collections , Data Analytics , Designs , Marketing , Offers , Office , Powerpoint , Presentations , SlideModel , Tools , Training materials , Webinars
Posted by Andreas Christodoulou
Professionally designed PowerPoint Templates and diagrams are one of the most handy resource any presenter can have. Unfortunately, there aren't many places from where one can acquire customizable PowerPoint diagram templates; which makes websites like SlideModel.com an exception.
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Saturday, November 23, 2013 Astronomy , Biology , Business , Circuits , Developers , Devices , Earth , Electronics , Future Vision , Google , Industry , It Pros , Navy , Programmings , Science , Software Engineers , Solar , Solar System , Technology , Transportation
Posted by Andreas Christodoulou
Hello guys, long time no hear!
We've been missing in action for a while because we're finishing up another project, which we'll be able to share with you all soon, but we finally were able to come up for air and share some News with you all.
We hope you'll enjoy our selection so make sure to click the headlines below and read the full story. Only at The *Official AndreasCY* - The essential of Tech news, everyday.
1. Introducing node.js Tools for Visual Studio. Tried nodejs? Gave up because you couldn’t use a grown-up IDE? Red Gate started the ball rolling with Visual Node, then worked intensively with Microsoft in Redmond to produce node.js tools for Visual Studio. The early results are just incredible.
2. What Does A Navy Do? Confused about what a Navy - a conglomeration of ships, submarines and aircraft - actually does? Here's a quick 101.
3. Front-end CSS Frameworks. This is a nice tool to compare CSS frameworks.
5. PCB Design and Assembly at Human Resources Head. Want to work as a freelance in the field of PCB Design & Assembly? Doesn't matter if you're already working, it's a chance to augment your income and enhance your knowledge. If it excites you, check out the details and apply.
6. Astronomers in Antarctica find neutrinos from outside our solar system. "The era of neutrino astronomy has begun."
7. Mozilla’s reliance on Google is increasing: 90% of 2012 revenue came from that one source. How is Mozilla such a successful nonprofit? Google.
8. Kawasaki built a time machine and stole a bike from the future. Take our money. Take it all.
9. GetGoing Nabbed Me Better JetBlue Airfare Than JetBlue. Would you pick a random travel destination if it meant a very budget-friendly price?
10. Coupling Transport and Solid Mechanics Models for Better Puffed Rice. Thermal and mechanical effects in the production of puffed rice are studied by a group who recently presented at the COMSOL Conference 2013 in Boston last month.
11. Winamp is shutting down on 20th December 2013. R.I.P Winamp. End of an era.
12. Natural Gas Sets Off a Distributed-Energy Boom. Different gas-fueled technologies - fuel cells, microturbines, reciprocating engines, and turbines - are now competing for a spot in the basements of businesses.
13. Google's big health care play: Helpouts is all about video consultations with your doctor. And Google Glass will be a great tool as well.
14. Learn to Set a Formal or Informal Table for Your Thanksgiving Meal. Just in case you need a little refresher before Thanksgiving.
15. Troubles, what troubles? BlackBerry and Porsche Design launch the P’9982, a souped-up, ultra-premium Z10. BlackBerry's new sales strategy: Target the rich.
16. The actual probability of Earth going to hell in the next few decades. Pretty good... which is very bad.
17. My Biggest Interview Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them). If nerves take over every time you have an interview, you'll want to read this.
18. 26 Pictures Of Low-Income Entrepreneurs Who Work Extremely Hard. Inspiring.
19. Monitor and Control Your Environment with Ninja Sphere. Monitor all of your devices, your pets and even your energy use with NinjaBlock a futuristic environmental controller.
20. Biologist finds possible new species in his own nose. Sometimes, great discoveries are to be found right under your own nose... literally!
As always, we’d love to hear what you think. If we’ve missed your favorite off this list, let us know in the comments below and we’ll take a look at it. If it’s any good, we’ll add it in. Have a great weekend!
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 2013 , Amazon , AMD , Chips , Customers , Electronics , Entertainment , Games , GeForce , Gigabyte , Hardware , HD Graphics , Nvidia , Offers , PC , Pros and Cons , Radeon , Reviews , Technology , Video cards
Posted by Andreas Christodoulou
What's the golden rule of building a gaming rig? You don't skimp on the GPU. Processors, RAM, hard drives and accessories can all be sacrificed without sabotaging the experience, but the graphics card is the heart of any gaming PC.
It doesn't matter if it's a $500 budget machine or a $3,000 powerhouse.
Finding a balance between quality and price is tough. AMD and Nvidia are the two big manufacturers regarding chipsets (Radeon and GeForce), but several third-party companies assemble the actual video cards and add the memory.
Chipset: GeForce GTX 670
Price: $285 on Newegg
This is the perfect card for the budget builder. The 670 is a middle-road chip from Nvidia capable of handling high settings from fan favorites like Skyrim and some GTA IV resolution mods. It's new anti-aliasing mode helps eliminate most of the jagged edges during gameplay without sacrificing frame rate, and you can game on three monitors from a single card (4-way SLI is optional if you want to go crazy).
On top of that, Gigabyte houses 2GB of video RAM on the card, which is standard, and keeps it all cool with three massive fans — all for less than $300.
Chipset: GeForce GTX 780
Price: $520 on Amazon
So the GTX 670 doesn't quite wet your whistle. We get it. You want to run that new Battlefield 4 download on ultra-high settings while gaming on several monitors. But at the same time, you're not made of money. The 780 is one of Nvidia's top chipsets and, while the price seems high at $520, it's actually modest in comparison to others (don't worry, we'll get to those).
The extra gigabyte of memory makes a difference too, as games like BF4 list 3GB as the recommended dosage for video memory. Any gaming PC equipped with an i7 and 16GB of RAM should have a card like this.
Chipset: Radeon HD 7970
Price: $385 on Newegg
Nvidia and AMD are a bit like Ford and Chevrolet. Each have loyalists who swear by the product's superiority, but in the end it's really two versions of the same beast. The Radeon HD 7970 is the chipset from AMD that's comparable to a GTX 770 from Nvidia. Both chips can manage high to ultra-high settings on modern games and handle all the shadowing, smoothing and anti-aliasing a game can challenge.
The 3GB of memory is on par with any mid- to high-end card, and the Radeon is capable of 4K resolution if you can actually afford one of the displays.
Chipset: GeForce GTX Titan
Price: $1,010 on SuperBiiz
Alright, no more child's play. You want the biggest, baddest video card on the market and you don't care what it costs. Nvidia has you covered. The GTX Titan is, by leaps and bounds, the sexiest chipset in gaming graphics. It packs every feature under the sun and is backed with 6GB of memory that could likely handle two games at once. This card doesn't run ultra-high settings on just today's games, but will run top-notch without skipping a frame for any 2014 game as well. It's a clean grand to buy, but this card is a Ferrari among Mustangs.