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Bluetooth LE Audio Specifications Improve Wireless Headphone Sound Quality and Save Battery Life

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The Bluetooth SIG has completed the development of the Bluetooth LE Audio specifications, a new set of feature capabilities for Bluetooth devices. This should make headphones and wireless speakers more energy efficient, functional, and improve sound quality.

Bluetooth LE Audio Specifications Improve Wireless Headphone Sound Quality and Save Battery Life

Bluetooth LE Audio was announced back in early 2020, and the Bluetooth SIG initially hoped that supported devices would be released before the end of this year. But due to the pandemic, the dates had to be shifted.

One of the innovations for Bluetooth LE Audio is the new LC3 audio codec, which is designed to be a much more efficient way to transmit audio. This means better sound quality for the same bandwidth. It is claimed that the sound will be better than the SBC, while you can even reduce the transfer rate, while the quality does not suffer much. But you can save battery life this way.

In addition to the new codec, LE Audio supports the ability to connect multiple audio devices to a single source. This feature is called Auracast, and it basically allows you to connect multiple headphones to the same audio source. For example, in the gym.

Other features include improved support for TWS headphones, as Bluetooth LE Audio allows each individual earbud to maintain a separate connection to an audio source.

In addition, Qualcomm recently announced the aptX Lossless standard, which will also improve sound quality. However, it is not yet clear which existing devices will receive support for such a system. Bluetooth LE Audio is expected to arrive in Android 13 and iOS 16.

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Hackers cracked the latest Pentagon technology

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Hackers cracked the latest Pentagon technology

Hackers at the DEF CON 2022 event in Las Vegas managed to break into a new technology of the US Department of Defense – local autonomous electrical networks (microgrids) at military bases.

Hackers cracked the latest Pentagon technology

The Pentagon has tested the technology to look for vulnerabilities. Many of the more than 1,700 DEF CON members have successfully shut down a dummy network that mimics the one being prepared by the Pentagon. So, one of the hackers found out that microgrids work on the Kelvin temperature scale, which does not use negative values. As a result, he put negative numbers in the forecast model, which caused the system to crash.

The Pentagon said they also plan to launch a full-fledged program to further test the microgrid and find gaps. A microgrid is a technology for dividing one power system into sections. Each cell is able to work autonomously if necessary and actively uses alternative energy sources.

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Leica D-Lux 7 “A Bathing Ape x Stash” camera introduced

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Leica D Lux 7 A Bathing Ape x Stash camera introduced

Leica has released a special edition of the D-Lux 7 “A Bathing Ape x Stash” camera, which is priced at $2,320 in China.

Leica D-Lux 7

This camera was created jointly by Leica, streetwear brand BAPE and American graffiti artist STASH. The body is covered in BAPE’s signature camouflage pattern, while the camera and accessories are adorned with a graffiti artist’s signature STASH and the BAPE monkey head logo. The camera is available in a black version sold by Leica and a silver version sold exclusively by BAPE.

The Leica D-Lux 7 uses the fast Leica DC Vario-Summilux 10.9-34mm f/1.7-2.8 ASPH zoom lens (24-75mm equivalent in 35mm film format) and 4/3 inch sensor with 17 MP resolution. The Leica D-Lux 7 also has a touch screen, supports Bluetooth and the Leica Fotos app.

Leica D-Lux 7

The regular version of the Leica D-Lux 7 costs $1,585 in China.

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Corsair’s first gaming laptop goes on sale

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Corsairs first gaming laptop goes on sale

Corsair has released its first gaming laptop, the Voyager A1600, which is available on Corsair’s official website and Best Buy.

Corsair's first gaming laptop goes on sale

Buyers are offered the following versions:

  • $2,700 Ryzen R7-6800HS+RX 6800M + 16GB + 1TB SSD+Win 11 Home Edition
  • Ryzen R7-6800HS+RX 6800M + 16GB + 1TB SSD+Win 11 Professional Edition is $2750
  • Ryzen R9-6900HS+RX 6800M + 32GB + 2TB SSD+Win 11 Home Edition is $3,000
  • Ryzen R9-6900HS+RX 6800M + 32GB + 2TB SSD+Win 11 Professional Edition is $3,050

Corsair's first gaming laptop goes on sale

The Corsair Voyager A1600 gaming laptop features a 16-inch 2560 x 1600 IPS screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio, 240Hz refresh rate and 100% sRGB color gamut coverage. The delay is 3 ms, there is support for AMD FreeSync Premium. Below the main screen is a small LCD screen with ten programmable shortcut keys that can also be disabled by the user.

Buyers can choose between Ryzen R7-6800HS and R9-6900HS. The video card used is AMD Radeon RX 6800M with 12 GB of video memory. Memory – dual-channel DDR5-4800 Hz. Lightweight aluminum body weighing 2.4 kg has a thickness of 19.9 mm.

Corsair's first gaming laptop goes on sale

The laptop is equipped with two Thunderbolt 3 compatible USB 4.0 ports, a USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C port, a USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A port, a 3.5mm headphone port, an SDXC memory card port. He also received a 1080P camera, the laptop supports Dolby Atmos, WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2, the battery capacity is 99 Wh, 100-watt charging is supported.

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