Indeed. If something is susceptible to failure, it will fail. No bout adoubt it. :D
Fair enough. I’ve had my share of destroyed micro-USB “tongues” because of user’s abuse. Teenagers most of them. I fear the same for USB-C. And yes, I’ve had that experience with generic and Apple-brand lightning connectors, being a user of iPhone for 7 years.
True, but as innovative as this concept is, I don’t think it’s cool. But it could lead to something cool.
I’d buy this one (if I had the money) just to hang up on people. XD I loved that in the Razer. Cinematographically also looks better.
I see in the comments that the concept is not well-received. “I can’t see any benefit of this concept”, etc. But remember once again, my generic humanoid carbon units, that when the iPhone was shown, there were detractors that laughed at it and said “how can that be useful? It doesn’t even have a keyboard!” and see…
IT techs at this office received new mobos to upgrade the oldest machines still working but about to die (some Pentium III units). Proud as they usually are, they ripped off the machines, added the new MoBos and PSUs.
rumored to feature new tech that allows the screen’s touch sensor to be integrated directly into the display
“About” is the keyword. Also, they won’t change their standard because of “smaller package” or “about the same” capacities. They won’t because any cable maker has to pay a rather high fee per unit if they want to be compatible with the standard, or face their cables to be rejected in the next iOS updates.
I love the USB-C connector. I find it better than Lightning but it has a detail I don’t like: a center tab. In microUSB connectors there’s also a tab and it breaks all too frequently, rendering the connector useless.
The lightning connector more physically robust? Seriously? I get a lot of cables for repair where the lightning edge connector separated from the rest of the connector’s body. I always tell them I can’t repair them, unless they’re not Apple-made. Lightning decapitation is way too common. That’s all but physically…
Almost two decades ago, my boss asked for a way to communicate internally, so that the messages don’t go to the exterior and back, as in (then popular) MSN messenger. I found ICQ Corp, a small, beta, internal version of ICQ messenger. After installing the server in, um... the server, we installed the client in every…
I watched again and paused every other frame and it seems to me it’s that tape they use, kyneto-something. It’s not her bone, as the bone looks more... beige? a slight tone of yellowish? and this looks white. Also, you can see she has that white spot when she’s running previous to her jumping. I’m sure it’s tape. But…
It is broken up into little blocks, only they are neither square nor aligned in rows and columns. The tiniest blocks are the emulsion CMYK crystals scattered inside the film media.
I remember I went to see The Matrix with the mother of my son, back then my girlfriend, and we had no idea what this movie was about. We just entered the cinema to pass a time together.
Same here! I love ‘em all, but my favorite moment is the confrontation under the dome in Revolutions. The mechas vs. the sentinels always makes me clench the fists, as if I were shooting too. Daaaaamn!
I love the New Renaissance but definitely Beyond is the highest, purest form of the franchise to show that this is not a real world, the world you’re living in is a lie and as every other program, it has some subroutines that didn’t work at the first try. Beyond gives me the chills every time the traffic light starts…
I work at a state government office and we still receive info in CD-ROMs and even (*gasp*) 3.5" diskettes. We have zones in our building that refuse to let WiFi pass thru but they already have plenty of Ethernet jacks. So yeah, this laptop is perfect for enterprise environments.
Dude, stop working with Eddy Snowden! XD