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iXBT: 818 - первый MP3/CD плеер, поступивший в продажу (1297 words)
Звучание 128 kbps файла через штатные наушники 818 было сравнимо со звучанием обычной кассеты (поправка - автор не берет в расчет сложность самой музыки, ее требовательность к качеству.
Выглядит "агент 818" на твердую четверку - конечно, его не назовешь шедевром дизайнерского искусства, как Mambox или Pine, однако внешний вид для плеера не самое главное.
Пластиковый корпус делает 818 почти невесомым - около 250 граммов, что вдвое меньше заявленного веса Mambox, не говоря уже о тяжеловесе Pine.
RFC 818 (rfc818) - Remote User Telnet service (562 words)
Network Working Group J. Postel Request for Comments: 818 ISI November 1982 The Remote User Telnet Service This RFC is the specification of an application protocol.
A user TC-Telnet application provides an interface to allow the user to use the network to connect to a host, Postel [Page 1] RFC 818 November 1982 Remote User Telnet Service providing a network virtual terminal.
This "device" appears as a terminal to its application, but what it is really doing is providing a character stream between two processes.
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