An accomplished entrepreneur, Mohsen “Max” Motamedian serves as manager of PcBase USA, where he specializes in the purchasing and sales of computer products. Mohsen Motamedian sources digital products from leading brands such as HP, Acer, and Samsung.
A South Korean brand, Samsung is one of the world’s largest producers of electronic devices. Earlier this year, Samsung announced the release of its latest lineup of laptops for its Notebook 9 series: the Notebook 9 Pro and the Notebook 9 Pen.
Design-wise, Samsung has replaced the curved slopes and plastic feel of the previous generation devices with sharper, beveled edges and a premium finish. The base model of the Notebook 9 Pro features an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB storage, all packed into a 13-inch, 1080p-display laptop. An upgrade is also possible for double the RAM and increased storage of 256GB.
Samsung has also upgraded the S Pen and added more USC-C ports to the Notebook 9 Pen, which is now available in both 13-inch and 15-inch models with a 16GB RAM and 512GB storage. Additionally, the 15-inch model comes in two versions, one with integrated Intel graphics and the other with Nvidia MX150 GPU and 1TB storage.
Experienced in business sales, purchasing, and distribution, Mohsen Motamedian served as the manager of Bashari Inc for more than a decade before he joined the information technology and distribution company USA. Mohsen “Max” Motamedian gives back by supporting the Autism Society of America.
The Autism Society of America is committed to improving the lives of people with autism by promoting programs that raise awareness and support education and inclusion. One of the ways the Society embodies its mission is by sponsoring sensory-friendly films in partnership with AMC Theatres, a leading movie theater chain.
The Sensory Friendly Films program offers people with autism and their families and friends a safe and comfortable place to watch movies. Various family-friendly films are shown every second and fourth Saturday of the month, while Tuesday evenings are dedicated to mature audiences.
During the movies, the lights are dimmed but still on and the sound is turned down slightly. The audience members can talk, walk around, sing, and dance without worrying about anyone complaining. Additionally, audience members are welcome to bring snacks from home to meet their special dietary needs.
A successful Southern California entrepreneur, Mohsen “Max” Motamedian guides PcBase USA and offers top technology from leading brands at competitive prices. Focused on quality, Mohsen Motamedian sources innovative products from top brands, such as Samsung and Hp, as well as up-and-coming brand names like Mophie.
As reported in SlashGear, Mophie and Supreme have teamed up to create the Supreme Mophie Powerstation Wireless XL. Featuring a 10,000 mAh battery, the state-of-the-art product provides 24 hours of charge for small tablets, 48 hours for smartphones, and 17 hours for large tablets.
With a wireless 5W Qi-compatible charging pad as the top surface, latest-generation iPhones and Android models, which offer Qi support, can be recharged with no cables. The unit features a USB-A port that has 10W output and a USB-C port, which offers significantly faster charging than previous micro USB-based models. The current charge level is prominently displayed through a four-LED battery gage.
Upon its release in early July, the Supreme special-edition version provided an immediate hit and was complemented by the regular edition, Mophie Charge Stream Powerstation Wireless XL.
With a career spanning more than two decades, Mohsen Motamedian serves as a manager at PcBase USA, a company that provides information technology and computer solutions. In this role, Mohsen “Max” Motamedian manages the purchase and sale of the company’s top brands, including ASUS.
A multinational electronics company and leader in server systems, ASUS offers a broad range of products, such as mobile phones, notebooks, motherboards, graphics cards, and accessories. The Taiwan-based company recently announced a new collaboration with NVIDIA to integrate real-time computing and enable GPU edge services using the NVIDIA EGX Platform.
NVIDIA, a technology company that specializes in graphics processing and parallel computing, developed the EGX Platform to allow enterprise customers to use artificial intelligence in edge computing and accelerate the processing of high volumes of data on hardware devices.
ASUS believes that its ESC4000 G4 server is a solid fit for the NVIDIA EGX Platform due to its top-notch mechanical design and capacity to support up to eight NVIDIA T4 GPUs, which results in more efficient and accurate real-time edge computing.
Chief Executive Officer of Bashari Inc.