The Holy Grail in computer graphics and, in particular, games is the suspension of disbelief. If the graphics are good enough the player will become immersed and lose himself in the game. But you can’t reach this level of nirvana if you are distracted by artifacts on the screen caused by the incompatibilities between the timing circuits in the LCD monitor and those in the graphics add-in board (AIB) (Continue at EE Times)
Acer unveils CP317; 17-in Chromebook
The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 (CP713-3W) and Acer Chromebook Enterprise Spin 713, the world’s first Intel Evo platform-verified Chromebooks
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