Panasonic Full Desktop Cradle (simultaneous Display Output) - Docking - Tablet Pc (fz-vebq11u)

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  • The Physician's Guide to Desktop Computers

    Mark Spohr. 1983. 222 pages.
  • Fab 2011. ISBN: 9781459610576,1459610571. 381 pages.

    What if you could someday put the manufacturing power of an automobile plant on your desktop? According to Neil Gershenfeld, the renowned MIT scientist and inventor, the next big thing is personal fabrication-the ability to design and produce your own products, in your own home, with a machine that combines consumer electronics and industrial tools. Personal fabricators are about to revolutionize the world just as personal computers did a generation ago, and Fab shows us how.

  • The Computer Glossary

    Amacom. 1998. 485 pages.

    From A (the first floppy disk drive in a PC) to Zoomed Video Port, ZV Port (cross-referenced to VGA pass through), and 0K (zero kilobytes) to 9-track (the standard format for half-inch tape reels), this update from the 1995 edition provides comprehensive coverage of computer terminology. Includes a multimedia CD-ROM version, and bandw graphics. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

  • Desktop computers

    Oxford University Press, USA. 1992. 650 pages.

    This book is required reading for personal computer users and experienced professionals responsible for setting up sophisticated systems and networks in laboratory or office environments. It provides a wealth of valuable information that explains PC equipment, programs, networking strategies, and applications. Among the topics detailed are specific hardware and software products, applications, networking methods, future trends, and choosing the right system. Office managers, business...

  • When Computing Got Personal

    2017. ISBN: 0992777410,9780992777418. 304 pages.

    This is the story of how a handful of geeks and mavericks dragged the computer out of corporate back rooms and laboratories and into our living rooms and offices. It is a tale not only of extraordinary innovation and vision but also of cunning business deals, boardroom tantrums and acrimonious lawsuits. Matt Nicholson has been a computer journalist since 1983 and has edited a number of popular newsstand magazines, including PC Plus and What Micro.

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