It doesnt have a dvd player either does it.
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6/15/10 at 12:40am
|Impact: Viewing a PDF document with maliciously crafted embedded fonts may allow arbitrary code execution
- Description: A stack buffer overflow exists in FreeType's handling of CFF opcodes. Viewing a PDF document with maliciously crafted embedded fonts may allow arbitrary code execution. This issue is addressed through improved bounds checking.
Impact: Malicious code running as the user may gain system privileges
- Description: An integer overflow exists in the handling of IOSurface properties, which may allow malicious code running as the user to gain system privileges. This issue is addressed through improved bounds checking.
|iXP1-500 iPad Adapter
iXP1-500 iPad adapter solves the problems iPad users have charging from their USB port on their desktop and laptop computers.
iPad Charging with a USB port is in most cases not a solution – The iXP1-500 solves this problem
The iPad has some cable charging issues which have not been fully resolved. There is a problem related the way the iPad charges with a computers USB port. Users of non Apple computer and some Apple computers cannot charge the iPad unless they use an electrical wallplate. The 10W Power Adapter which is packaged with the iPad is required if a user wants to charge the iPad. Therefore, to charge the iPad you have to be a slave to a wall outlet.
Unless you have a 2.0 USB connector on your laptop or desktop which will operate with the iPad for charging. Apple states on their website that some USB 2.0 ports and accessories do not provide enough power to charge iPad. When this occurs the message "Not Charging" appears in the status bar next to the battery icon. This appears to happen in most cases. As it turns out the iPad will not charge through USB ports on non-Apple computers. iPad charges just fine through the wall charging brick and accompanying USB data cable. The iPad charges just fine when connected to USB ports on iMac, MacBook Pro. However the non-Apple as a whole have a problem.
* The iPad does not charge correctly when connected to a PC.
* The iPad does not charge correctly when connected to an older MacBook Pro (pre-Unibody).
* The iPad does not charge through USB hubs, regardless of what the hub is connected to (PC or Mac)
The iXP1-500 adapter has been designed to solve the USB power with an inexpensive solution . Simply attach the iXP1-500 adapter to your existing Apple charge/sync cable and your iPad will charge from your computer's USB port – Guaranteed. The iXP1-500 charges the iPad using the USB port on the users computer. No need for a wall outlet. No more frustration.
|Shenzhen Paoluy Silicone Technology Co., Ltd. BL-BKB76 iPad case features an integrated Bluetooth keyboard that allows the iPad to be easily propped up in a laptop-like configuration.
The case’s keyboard features a dedicated Bluetooth connect button for quick pairing with the iPad, as well as an internal rechargeable battery that has a reported standby time of 100 days and an uninterrupted working time of 90 hours. The battery reaches full charge in 4 to 4.5 hours.
|Multitasking and hard buttons. When it comes to using the iPad as a home controller, those are the two big missing pieces.
Now Crestron is tackling the issue of hard buttons with the new iPanel, which snaps over the face of an iPad like a clam shell.
|A total of 13 buttons grace the left and right sides of the iPanel:
LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, SELECT
The buttons look like the ones on Crestron’s flagship TPS-6X wireless touchpanel, and they function similarly.
We know that power and communications occur through the the iPad’s multipin connector. The buttons tap into the iPad’s WiFi capabilities, communicating with a Crestron controller just like the TPS-6X or any other WiFi-enabled Crestron touchpanel.
But the screen does not have to be docked for the hard buttons to work. That’s because the case itself contains a multipin connector. When you dock the unit, you’re basically stacking connectors.