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    equipment
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • Mental resources
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
    computer
  • a machine for performing calculations automatically
  • An electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program
  • calculator: an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)
  • (computing) computer science: the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
  • A person who makes calculations, esp. with a calculating machine
    hardware
  • major items of military weaponry (as tanks or missile)
  • instrumentalities (tools or implements) made of metal
  • Tools, implements, and other items used in home life and activities such as gardening
  • The machines, wiring, and other physical components of a computer or other electronic system
  • (computer science) the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system
  • Tools, machinery, and other durable equipment
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Upgrading and Repairing PCs (19th Edition)
Upgrading and Repairing PCs (19th Edition)
“…a comprehensive resource for PC enthusiasts and professionals alike. Packed with the latest speeds and feeds, you’ll want to keep this book on-hand as an authoritative technology reference.”
–Chris Angelini, Managing Editor, Tom’s Hardware

For 20 years, Upgrading and Repairing PCs has been the industry’s #1 guide to PC hardware: the single source for reliable, step-by-step information on identifying and fixing problems, adding hardware, optimizing performance, and building new PCs from scratch. Now, this 19th Edition has been completely updated to focus on today’s technologies and today’s maintenance challenges!

From processors and motherboards, memory to storage, video to power, and networking to Internet connectivity, it’s all here: technical details, practical insights, and step-by-step solutions to difficult problems. Updates include new CPUs like the Intel Core i Series and AMD’s Phenom family...solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives...motherboard form factors, chipsets, power supplies, DDR3 memory, Windows 7 readiness, and a whole lot more!

Your guide, Scott Mueller, has taught thousands in his legendary personal seminars and millions more through his books and videos. Nobody knows more about choosing, installing, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining PC hardware. Whether you’re a professional technician, a small business owner who doesn’t want to pay for service calls, or a home PC enthusiast, this is the one book you need!

NEW IN THIS EDITION
Intel’s and AMD’s hottest new processors, including the Intel Core i Series and AMD Phenom family
The latest PC system designs and form factors, including the new mini-ITX and DTX motherboard form factors
State-of-the-art graphics cards, GPUs, and chipsets from NVIDIA and ATI/AMD
Terabyte-class hard disks, solid state drives, and other data storage innovations
Revamped coverage of building PCs from scratch–from selecting and assembling hardware to BIOS Setup and troubleshooting
ON THE DVD
The DVD contains two hours of up-to-the minute, studio-quality how-to videos–all playable on either your DVD player or computer! You’ll find detailed presentations covering important PC components like processors, motherboards, chipsets, memory, hard disk drives, chassis, and power supplies, including tips that will help you select the best components when building or purchasing new systems as well as when upgrading or repairing existing ones. There is a complete step-by-step guide to building a new PC from scratch, including tips that will not only make the build process run smoothly, but will also help you build a system that has performance, durability, and will be easy to maintain, upgrade, and repair in the future. That’s not all: You’ll also find the complete 16th Edition of this book, plus extensive technical reference material, a comprehensive PC glossary, and much more!


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Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8
Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8
Scored a (used) new lens today, the Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8 manual focus lens. I got the day off this morning so I decided to head into Manhattan and check out BH Photo and Adorama. Adorama was a bit disappointing, not much in their used department, Nikon-wise. However, a trip to the BH Photo NYC Superstore yielded quite an adventure. And what a store! From all the photo/video/computer equipment and hardware, to the super-cool overhead conveyor belts that bring your purchases from all over the store to the front cashier & pickup counter... what a place to shop. After a quick stop and enquiry at the Used Items desk, I came up with two lenses, the first was the Nikon 100mm F/2.8 MF Series E. A budget lens to the 105 f/1.8 Nikkor, I'd heard good reviews and was quite tempted to buy it. I had all but given the OK for the camera-shop dude to bag it and send it on the conveyor-belt-robots (hehehehe, those things are cooooool..) when I quickly asked if he had any more used lenses at around the 100-135 mm focal length. A quick browse through the computer inventory and... voila! The Nikkor 135 Q f2.8 (AI-Modified) It's totally manual focus, but the focus ring is smooth and sweet, even after all these years. The image quality is top-notch and build is solid. This is one sweet lens! Even though it lacks a CPU, its no problem to meter on my trusty D200 in Aperture and Manual modes (which is what I shoot in anyway). On the D40-series however, it'll be manual focus and manual metering. Can't wait to try this baby out with some portraits. I went out and did some test-shots around Madison Square Garden, then I promptly got myself lost on the subway on the way back to Brooklyn. Yay for new lenses! Scored a (used) new lens today, the Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8 manual focus lens. I got the day off this morning so I decided to head into Manhattan and check out BH Photo and Adorama. Adorama was a bit disappointing, not much in their used department, Nikon-wise. However, a trip to the BH Photo NYC Superstore yielded quite an adventure. And what a store! From all the photo/video/computer equipment and hardware, to the super-cool overhead conveyor belts that bring your purchases from all over the store to the front cashier & pickup counter... what a place to shop. After a quick stop and enquiry at the Used Items desk, I came up with two lenses, the first was the Nikon 100mm F/2.8 MF Series E. A budget lens to the 105 f/1.8 Nikkor, I'd heard good reviews and was quite tempted to buy it. I had all but given the OK for the camera-shop dude to bag it and send it on the conveyor-belt-robots (hehehehe, those things are cooooool..) when I quickly asked if he had any more used lenses at around the 100-135 mm focal length. A quick browse through the computer inventory and... voila! The Nikkor 135 Q f2.8 (AI-Modified) It's totally manual focus, but the focus ring is smooth and sweet, even after all these years. The image quality is top-notch and build is solid. This is one sweet lens! Even though it lacks a CPU, its no problem to meter on my trusty D200 in Aperture and Manual modes (which is what I shoot in anyway). On the D40-series however, it'll be manual focus and manual metering. Can't wait to try this baby out with some portraits. I went out and did some test-shots around Madison Square Garden, then I promptly got myself lost on the subway on the way back to Brooklyn. Yay for new lenses!
Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8
Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8
Scored a (used) new lens today, the Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8 manual focus lens. I got the day off this morning so I decided to head into Manhattan and check out BH Photo and Adorama. Adorama was a bit disappointing, not much in their used department, Nikon-wise. However, a trip to the BH Photo NYC Superstore yielded quite an adventure. And what a store! From all the photo/video/computer equipment and hardware, to the super-cool overhead conveyor belts that bring your purchases from all over the store to the front cashier & pickup counter... what a place to shop. After a quick stop and enquiry at the Used Items desk, I came up with two lenses, the first was the Nikon 100mm F/2.8 MF Series E. A budget lens to the 105 f/1.8 Nikkor, I'd heard good reviews and was quite tempted to buy it. I had all but given the OK for the camera-shop dude to bag it and send it on the conveyor-belt-robots (hehehehe, those things are cooooool..) when I quickly asked if he had any more used lenses at around the 100-135 mm focal length. A quick browse through the computer inventory and... voila! The Nikkor 135 Q f2.8 (AI-Modified) It's totally manual focus, but the focus ring is smooth and sweet, even after all these years. The image quality is top-notch and build is solid. This is one sweet lens! Even though it lacks a CPU, its no problem to meter on my trusty D200 in Aperture and Manual modes (which is what I shoot in anyway). On the D40-series however, it'll be manual focus and manual metering. Can't wait to try this baby out with some portraits. I went out and did some test-shots around Madison Square Garden, then I promptly got myself lost on the subway on the way back to Brooklyn. Yay for new lenses!

computer equipment and hardware
computer equipment and hardware
The Indispensable PC Hardware Book (4th Edition)
This is the completely revised and updated fourth edition of this bestselling and award-winning title. It is an essential resource for the relative newcomer to the field looking for expert advice on the basics, or for a systems engineer/ hardware engineer looking for a detailed explanation that can't be found elsewhere. The scope of the book is unparalleled and this edition has been competely updated with a new chapter on Pentium 2 and MMX technologies, and the entire text has been updated, with outdated material deleted and every chapter brought right up to date.

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