Smartphone, router, Blu-ray, LED - America's use of electronics has grown increasingly more challenging since the invention of the light bulb. If you don't know how many pixels your HDTV should contain for maximum viewing pleasure or if you're ready to throw your hands up when you hear that you have to configure your Internet router using the WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (TKIP) + WPA2-PSK (AES) security protocols, then you need Eric Taubas Does This Plug Into That?. Taub ignores the jargon and demystifies the technology that can make our lives easier, but usually leaves us bewildered, flummoxed, and defeated - especially after consulting the manufactureras installation and usage instructions. Does This Plug into That? cracks the geek code and offers practical advice and directions for everything from purchasing a new TV and setting up a Web connection, to installing a home network and more. Does This Plug Into That? is the all-inclusive resource that will make you smarter than your smartphone while enhancing your gadgetry and electronic prowess. Does This Plug into That? is every consumer's Rosetta Stone, distilling down all the extraneous technical information into simple actions without the gobbledygook. Now you can join the technophile generation without panicking in the process.setyour picturea#39;s sharpness and color rendition to match the colors that a scene is intended to show. Someof ... The problem with using a DVD connected to an HDTV is that the HDTV can show pictures sharperthanthe ... To solve this problem, Philips, Sony, and others created a high-definition DVD standard called Blu-ray.
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|Publisher||:||Andrews McMeel Publishing - 2014-01-06|