600ps

>Japanese players busy with splatfest

>plays with same language players

Summary : 

team of rollers where none scored 600p

laggers, laggers everywhere

gunners who constantly look down trying to ink the floor

snipers who can’t kill anyone

leaving me (a sniper) to ink the entire base ??? (even after they respawned back???)

all teammates playing offence in a turf war

3 laggers in one team

players who can’t aim for anyone’s sake

LAGGGGGEERRRRSSSSS

Mercedes Benz C63 Renntech mit ADV.1 Wheels

#Mercedes #Benz #C63 #Renntech mit #ADV.1 #Wheels

Soeben haben wir auf der Facebook-Timeline rund um das Team von ADV.1 Wheels ein schickes getuntes Mercedes Benz C63-Coupe, der bereits von Renntech optimiert wurde, entdeckt. Leistungmäßig könnte der Wagen in etwa dem C63 AMG Renntech Benz entsprechen der mit über 600PS deutlich mehr als die Serie zu bieten hat. Neben diversen weiteren Änderungen liegt das Hauptaugenmerk von ADV.1 Wheels…

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Epson's Datacom and Cable Labeling Mobile App Now Available for LabelWorks LW-600P on iOS and Android

LONG BEACH, Calif., July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Epson America today announced the launch of its all-new smartphone and tablet-based Datacom and Cable Labeling solution. The solution includes Epson’s new Datacom and Cable Labeling app and Epson’s Bluetooth®-enabled label printer, the LabelWorks® LW-600P. Together, the app and the highly portable label printer will empower IT professionals and system administrators to create labels for new and existing networking installations from the convenience of a mobile device.

The Epson Datacom and Cable Labeling app is free to download for iOS and Android users and is preloaded with label templates for patch panel, cable wrap, faceplate, and cable flag labels. All app-based label templates support the TIA-606-B industry labeling standard, providing a convenient way for users to align the labeling of their network hardware to the specification.

Used in conjunction with the app, Epson’s LW-600P utilizes Bluetooth connectivity and AA batteries (AC adapter also included). The LW-600P wirelessly prints durable adhesive labels in tape widths of 6mm (~¼"), 9mm (~3/8"), 12mm (~½"), 18mm (~¾") and 24mm (~1"). The printer can fit easily in a toolbox or equipment bag and comes with an automatic cutter that reduces waste and saves money.

“Epson developed the Datacom and Cable solution for LW-600P because we know that electricians and AV professionals often need a lightweight yet high-volume label maker,” said Anna Jen, director, New Ventures/New Products for Epson America. “The LW-600P is unmatched in portability, flexibility and affordability and allows users to create, preview and print labels for patch panels, cables and face plates. Simply launch the Epson Datacom and Cable mobile app on your mobile or tablet device, select the type of label desired such as patch panel or cable wrap, enter the desired text or TIA-606 configuration settings and hit print.”

For complete LabelWorks LW-600P specifications, pricing and additional information, visit: www.epson.com/lw600p. The Epson Datacom and Cable Labeling app is available to download in the Apple App Store and Google Play store.

About Epson

Epson is a global innovation leader dedicated to exceeding expectations with solutions for markets as diverse as the office, home, commerce, and industry. Epson’s lineup ranges from inkjet printers, printing systems and 3LCD projectors to industrial robots, smart glasses and sensing systems and is based on original compact, energy-saving, and high-precision technologies.

Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises more than 72,000 employees in 94 companies around the world, and is proud of its ongoing contributions to the global environment and the communities in which it operates. Epson America, Inc. based in Long Beach, Calif. is Epson’s regional headquarters for the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. To learn more about Epson, please visit: www.epson.com.

You may also connect with Epson America on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/Epson), Twitter (http://twitter.com/EpsonAmerica) and YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/EpsonAmerica).

Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice. EPSON and LabelWorks are registered trademarks and Epson Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark of Seiko Epson Corporation. All other product and brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks.

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Richtig Power - 600 PS im Mcchip-DKR BMW M3 F80

Richtig Power – 600 PS im Mcchip-DKR BMW M3 F80

Das Team rund um Mcchip-DKR SoftwarePerformance hat aktuell auf seiner Facebook-Timeline einen neuen leistungsgesteigerten Wagen vorgestellt. Zu sehen ist ein modifizierter BMW M3 3.0 Bi-Turbo der Modellreihe F80, vom Rennfahrer (Kiki) Sak Nana aus Thailand, der ab sofort mit strammen 600PS & 700Nm unterwegs ist und für einige verwunderte Blicke auf der Autobahn sorgen dürfte. Recht viel…

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Will Banco Santander SA Ever Return To 600p?

It has been a rocky ride for Santander’s (LSE: BNC) shareholders over the past five years. Unfortunately, the bank’s performance has hardly improved this year. Year-to-date Santander’s shares have lagged the FTSE 100 by 18% excluding dividends. 

There’s really only one thing that will drive Santander’s shares higher, and that’s growth. The company needs to shake off the reputation that’s it’s a low-growth, slow and steady lender, which is highly dependent upon the European economy. 

Making progress

Santander’s CEO Ana Botin is working hard to return the bank to growth. After taking over from her father last year, Botin has slashed Santander’s dividend to preserve cash, raised capital and brought new managers with fresh ideas onto the bank’s board. 

What’s more, a set of key targets has been laid out by Santander’s management. These include loan growth ahead of a 17-strong global peer group, a return on tangible equity (ROTE) of 12% to 14%, a core Tier 1 capital ratio (financial cushion) of 10% to 11%, a non-performing loan ratio under 5% and a cost-income ratio below 45%.

The bank hopes to hit these targets by 2017 and is already well on the way.

For full-year 2014, non-performing loans fell to 5% of the group’s total loan book, the cost-income ratio came in at 47% and ROTE hit 11%. 

The bank wants to grow its risk-weighted assets by about 6% during 2015, roughly €35bn through more lending. 

Key task

The key task for Santander from here will be to grow its Brazilian and Spanish business. Indeed, these two key markets account for around 50% of the bank’s gross income but Brazil’s economy is expected to contract this year. Spain’s fortunes are highly dependent upon growth across the rest of the Eurozone.

With this being the case, City analysts expect Ana Botin to focus her growth efforts on the UK and US, where growth is picking up, and there’s room for organic and bolt-on expansion. 

City predictions

After taking into account Santander’s targeted growth, City analysts believe that the bank’s net income can hit €9.5bn by 2017, up 40% from the €6.8bn reported for full-year 2014. On a per share basis, analysts have pencilled in earnings of 56p per share for 2017.

Based on the fact that Santander’s ten-year average forward P/E is just under 10, according to City estimates, the bank’s shares could hit 560p sometime during 2016. Further growth is expected after 2017. 

Beating the market

If Santander’s shares do return to 600p by 2017, investors are set for a 28% return over a three-year period. Including dividend payouts of 14p per annum, investors could see a total return of 37% over three years, approximately 12% per annum. This may not seem like much, but over the past three decades the FTSE 100 has produced an average real return of 5.5% per annum.

So overall, Santander’s shares could outperform the FTSE 100 by 100% over the next three years if historical trends hold true. 

But don’t just take my word for it. I strongly recommend that you do your own research before making a trading decision — you may come to a different conclusion.

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Will Banco Santander SA Ever Return To 600p?

It has been a rocky ride for Santander’s (LSE: BNC) shareholders over the past five years. Unfortunately, the bank’s performance has hardly improved this year. Year-to-date Santander’s shares have lagged the FTSE 100 by 18% excluding dividends. 

There’s really only one thing that will drive Santander’s shares higher, and that’s growth. The company needs to shake off the reputation that’s it’s a low-growth, slow and steady lender, which is highly dependent upon the European economy. 

Making progress

Santander’s CEO Ana Botin is working hard to return the bank to growth. After taking over from her father last year, Botin has slashed Santander’s dividend to preserve cash, raised capital and brought new managers with fresh ideas onto the bank’s board. 

What’s more, a set of key targets has been laid out by Santander’s management. These include loan growth ahead of a 17-strong global peer group, a return on tangible equity (ROTE) of 12% to 14%, a core Tier 1 capital ratio (financial cushion) of 10% to 11%, a non-performing loan ratio under 5% and a cost-income ratio below 45%.

The bank hopes to hit these targets by 2017 and is already well on the way.

For full-year 2014, non-performing loans fell to 5% of the group’s total loan book, the cost-income ratio came in at 47% and ROTE hit 11%. 

The bank wants to grow its risk-weighted assets by about 6% during 2015, roughly ?35bn through more lending. 

Key task

The key task for Santander from here will be to grow its Brazilian and Spanish business. Indeed, these two key markets account for around 50% of the bank’s gross income but Brazil’s economy is expected to contract this year. Spain’s fortunes are highly dependent upon growth across the rest of the Eurozone.

With this being the case, City analysts expect Ana Botin to focus her growth efforts on the UK and US, where growth is picking up, and there’s room for organic and bolt-on expansion. 

City predictions

After taking into account Santander's targeted growth, City analysts believe that the bank’s net income can hit ?9.5bn by 2017, up 40% from the ?6.8bn reported for full-year 2014. On a per share basis, analysts have pencilled in earnings of 56p per share for 2017.

Based on the fact that Santander’s ten-year average forward P/E is just under 10, according to City estimates, the bank’s shares could hit 560p sometime during 2016. Further growth is expected after 2017. 

Beating the market

If Santander’s shares do return to 600p by 2017, investors are set for a 28% return over a three-year period. Including dividend payouts of 14p per annum, investors could see a total return of 37% over three years, approximately 12% per annum. This may not seem like much, but over the past three decades the FTSE 100 has produced an average real return of 5.5% per annum.

So overall, Santander’s shares could outperform the FTSE 100 by 100% over the next three years if historical trends hold true. 

But don’t just take my word for it. I strongly recommend that you do your own research before making a trading decision – you may come to a different conclusion.

To help you assess Santander, our top analysts have put together this new report entitled, “How You Could Retire Seriously Rich”.

This is a new report from The Motley Fool that takes you through the seven essential steps you need to take to become a stock market millionaire. 

What’s more, the report from explains how spending just 20 minutes a month could help you create a portfolio that could bring you closer to financial freedom for life.

Click here to check out the report – it’s completely free and comes with no further obligation.

Rupert Hargreaves has no position in any shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. We Fools don’t all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.