Archive for February, 2019
It is safe to say that today’s is a wired world, with desktop computers, laptops, cell phones, digital projectors, DVD players, game consoles, and more becoming commonplace. And these devices are not mere novelties; many have become deeply ingrained into big business today, and any competitive company or business must invest in computers and the Internet. Often, setting up a company’s firewalls, computers, data server, and Cloud storage is relegated to IT professionals who can get a fine job done. For more private use, such as at the home or a place of worship, USB cables, bulk fiber optic cables, and Ethernet cables can hook up devices to each other and the Internet. All sorts of physical cables are connecting devices today, and having the right USB cables and ports may be key for good work. Game consoles may have USB cables to connect to a television, or their handheld controllers may plug into the console with USB cables. Desktop computers often use USB cables as well, such as for a
Microscopes were invented in the 1500s and were mostly used initially to study insects. It wasn’t until 1665 that cells were first discovered. However, ever since that time, microscopes have played a huge role in science. Being able to see at the cellular level has changed not only science but also medicine. Microscopes are regularly used to identify diseases and other micro-organisms, and have been for more than 300 years. Today’s microscopes are a bit more advanced, with digital microscopes being the norm.
Digital microscopes work a bit differently than traditional microscopes. Most of them use optics and a camera to project their images onto a computer screen. One of the most common digital microscopes in use are USB microscopes. These are low-powered microscopes that can attach to a computer. USB microscopes are often used at home or in commerce. They generally are not used for major scientific and medical purposes, because they don’t offer a lot of magnification, usually only