Category Archives: Linux

Turning The Inverted Microscope Market Upside-Down

Traditional high-powered compound microscopes are great for viewing prepared slides, but they aren’t able to fit larger subjects. The objective lens on a compound microscope is positioned slightly above the stage, and samples have to squeeze into this narrow gap. This limitation was overcome when John Lawrence Smith invented the inverted microscope in 1850. True […]

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Plugable Performance Mouse (USB-PM3360) Drivers & Firmware

The mouse requires no drivers to function on devices that will accept USB mouse input. 6/23/2017 — Note: The click latency and polling rate have been improved with a new firmware release. Click here to download. Instructions are included with the files. The firmware update can only be applied via a Windows system. If you […]

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From Gamers With Love – The Plugable Pro Mouse

If it wasn’t clear by now, behind the veneer of best selling business-oriented Docking Stations, there’s a group of gamers and peripheral enthusiasts here at Plugable. In the vein that our mechanical keyboards are a love letter to price-conscious typing enthusiasts, the USB-PM3360 mouse is a love letter to price-conscious PC gamers, and those who […]

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Plugable PM3360 Performance Mouse for Gaming and Precision Applications

Learn more Master the way you interface with your PC. The Plugable PM3360 is engineered for pixel-perfect accuracy with your mouse cursor in creative applications, or when quickly centering your crosshairs on a target in your favorite games. This light and nimble mouse feels great in the hand and tracks movement even with the quickest […]

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Plugable USB 3.1 Gen 2 SATA 2.5″ Portable Drive Enclosure

How To: Set up a New Hard Drive or SSD How To: Recover Existing Hard Drive or SSD Data Product Description Learn more The Plugable USBC-SATA-E USB 3.1 Gen 2 SATA 2.5″ Portable Drive Enclosure turns 2.5″ internal SSDs and HDDs into a portable external drive with a rugged black airbrushed aluminum case. It offers the […]

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Bluetooth Audio in OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi

EDITORS NOTE: The Beta version mentioned in this blog post is now OpenELEC stable version 7.0, available here: http://openelec.tv/get-openelec/category/57-raspberry-pi2-builds OpenELEC is popular software that can turn your Raspberry Pi into dedicated media center. However, we often hear from disappointed customers who discover that OpenELEC’s developers intentionally rejected Bluetooth audio support. But it looks like this […]

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Understanding Bluetooth® Wireless Audio

Before the start of the millennium, the cellular mobile phone was relatively new. Laptops were large and heavy, the PDA (Personal Digital Assistant for the uninitiated) was just about to arrive on the scene, and the Apple Newton was about the closest thing there was to a smartphone. Bluetooth wireless technology was conceived in this […]

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The First Universal USB-C Docking Station with Alternate Mode and Power Delivery Support

Finally, a comprehensive docking solution for Macbook 2015 / 2016 users that works across platforms with the Chromebook Pixel 2 and compatible USB-C Windows systems. The Plugable UD-CA1 is the first universal docking station for Mac, Windows, and Chrome OS with Alternate Mode HDMI video output and 60 Watts of Power Delivery (PD) — available […]

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The Pi and Bluetooth Find True Love in the Newest Raspian Update

Change is a constant in the Raspberry Pi world, and nothing seems to change as often as Raspbian’s Bluetooth support. Each new version has required different tweaks and software and discovering them has been a bit of an adventure. But the fun may now be over. Raspbian’s developers have taken the time to really nail […]

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