Unlike big corporations, small and medium size business owners cannot afford expensive video conferencing equipment and systems from major brands like Polycom, Tandberg and Radvision. That is why the FaceVsion FV Express Combo, by FaceVsion Technology USA exists to solely provide any business the high definition video conferencing needs that they require at the most affordable prices.
As a business owner, I can tell you that I definitely would prefer high definition over low quality video conferencing anytime. This is because communication can sometimes be inaccurate if the video displayed cannot be clearly understood because of low quality.
The best thing about this FV Express Combo HD Video Conferencing solution is that it works pretty well with web applications that provide video conferencing services like GMail. With Gmail and FV Express Combo, you can make HD video calls over the internet. Your Gmail contact list can be automatically synchronized to your HD video conferencing contact list.
faceVsion is currently having an ongoing promotion with $10 off any purchase. Just use the promo code of FVTBTS2 before you check out. This promotion ends on September 30, 2010. You can buy them through their faceVision on line store at shop.facevsion.com and other value added partners.
When I opened my GMail just now, I was surprised to hear some music playing. Even more surprised since only GMail was currently opened in my tab and nothing else. I thought maybe it was an email that I was reading about so I closed it but the music still kept playing.
I closed the tab and opened GMail again but still the music persisted. Then I remembered that they just released a new feature called Gmail Priority Inbox where you can separate out your most important messages making it easy for you to read and respond to the messages that matter.
I tried to check in any Google forum I could come across with and it turns out that when you have not yet activated the setting for Priority Inbox, a YouTube video automatically plays. Weird because when I saw the YouTube screen, it was not even playing.
Anyway, the music stopped when I clicked the link of the Priority Inbox so I could set it up.
Simulating input events in any component in Java can be done by using the Robot class. But what if I do not want to use the Robot class? Well, it is possible. The code below simulates an ENTER keypress event. The KeyEvent object created can easily be changed to cover any key event that you want. If you noticed, one of the parameters has a value of -1. This means that neither ALT, SHIFT or CONTROL is included.