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    Alex, the senior electronics buyer for MegaShop, saw a great potential in acquiring digital cameras model JX-25 after he found the demand forecast for that specific product to be high (Coyle, J., & Novack, R., 2011). He saw a great opportunity to profit from the demand for these digital cameras but he needed a supplier that would provide him with the quantity that he needed at a low price (Coyle, J., & Novack, R., 2011). He had three offers, one from a supplier based in Japan, a second offer from

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    You finally have the money to buy a gaming console but you don’t know which console to get. After reading this essay you will better understand the similarities and the differences between and Xbox and a Ps4, and hopefully know which one to purchase. First lets start talking about the Xbox. Today the Xbox costs around $300, which is cheaper than the Ps4, the accessory prices for the Xbox are way over priced and should be cut in half but as we can see Microsoft doesn’t look like they will be changing

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    Building a computer can be quite fun and time-consuming. It should take just as much care in researching each component as would install them into your system. It is critical that the part fit your purpose to deliver solidity, and work fine with the other components selected. The economical PC is good for a person or family that can do word processing, check e-mail and surf the Web. On the other hand, the gaming machine for playing that requires faster processors, high-end video cards, large amounts

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    Microsoft

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    Microsoft is an American multinational Corporation that is located in Redmond, Washington. It was founded in Albuquerque on April 4, 1975, by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. The Corporation develops, manufactures, licenses and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers. Its best known products are the Microsoft Window line of operation systems, Microsoft Office, and the Internet Explorer web browser. Ethics There is no doubt that Microsoft Corporation is a proactive contributor to society

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    The Sony Minidisc

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    As long as there have been people who had an urge for advanced technology in electronics, Sony has been there in the frontline providing it to the public. It is an instantly recognizable brand name, which traces its roots to Japan, post-World War II. Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita, in war-torn Tokyo, founded the company in 1945. It was here, in a small apartment where a few crew of repairmen started repairing radios and dream up of new tools that people could use. At the time of its debut into the

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    The Central Processing Unit The CPU (Central Processing Unit) is the processor within the computer. It is a microchip which carries out all of the searching, sorting, selecting and calculating within the computer. The CPU also has an internal clock which determines the maximum speed at which everything within the computer is done. CPUs run at different speeds measured in MHz. The Intel Pentium

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    Philips Vs Matsushita

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    N.V. Philips (Netherlands) and Matsushita Electric (Japan) are among the largest consumer electronics companies in the world. Their success was based on two contrasting strategies – diversification of worldwide portfolio and local responsiveness for Philips, and high centralization and mass production for Matsushita. Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands began as a small light-bulb factory in Holland, and by the turn of the century, was one of the largest producers in Europe. One-product

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    The Physics of CDs and DVDs

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    The Physics of CDs and DVDs Everywhere you look now days, you see or interact with CDs or DVDs; whether it is in the car, at work, or at home for pleasure, you deal with these modern marvels. Whatever the use, CD has become a reliable medium in which to distribute information, in a reliable way. The cost of a CD is very inexpensive, making it a popular choice by companies trying to advertise, or teach you about something. American On Line (AOL) is one example of companies who have chose this reliable

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    Optical Storage Mediums

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    Optical Storage Mediums The most common way of storing data in a computer is magnetic. We have hard drives and floppy disks (soon making way to the CD-ROM), both of which can store some amount of data. In a disk drive, a read/write head (usually a coil of wire) passes over a spinning disk, generating an electrical current, which defines a bit as either a 1 or a 0. There are limitations to this though, and that is that we can only make the head so small, and the tracks and sectors so close

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    How Audio Products Work

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    How Audio Products Work There are several standard music distribution formats. The MP3 and the compact disc (CD) are the two most common at the moment, but cassette tapes are still around. The Sony Minidisk is another format that Sony has been trying to popularize for many years. A Minidisk looks a lot like a floppy disk but is slightly smaller (7 cm, 2.75 inches square). CDs store 74 minutes of music in a nearly indestructible form and have the advantage of being a digital format, but

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