Zaxxon
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May 19
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I have a dedicated room built for a home theater setup. It’s fantastic. Running the same BenQ HT3550 shown as the lead image in the article. It was $1600 when I bought it. Sure, not as cheap as the 65” vizio I have in my living room, but its a dedicated room and getting something that can do the job that I wanted Read more

Apr 9
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Picked it up on Stadia when it came out about a month ago. Easy buy at $9. Did not expect to like it as much as I did. Finished the initial story a few days ago and am playing the Black Tusk missions now. Read more

Apr 6
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Ridin Bean is awesome. This hangs on the wall in my home theater.

Mar 31
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I love mine, it’s a monster. APR Stage 2+ (crank and SC pulley), plus lots of other stuff. It’s fun on the track, great on the road, amazing in the snow, and good at hauling kids around. Put’s a smile on my face every time I drive it.

Mar 31
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I own a B8 and have driven a B9. The dash is better, the MMI and Stereo are better. The seats are super awesome as well.

Mar 24
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The problem with some of the older hardware like an 802.11 N device is that corners are sometimes cut with memory which can reduce overall performance on a device. Plus you are going to get a lot better performance out of AC for everything wireless.

Mar 24
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Cat5e works just fine up to ~2Gbps over distance under 3ft like you would be using for a patch cable from a modem to a router.  You may have had a bad individual cable, but 5e vs 6a makes no difference at that speed without major RF interference being a factor.

Mar 24
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Agreed.  For small point to point distances Cat5e will work just fine on anything short of enterprise grade equipment. Cat6a should absolutely be used where new runs are being done, at longer distances, or in environments that will benefit from the extra insulation capabilities.

Mar 11
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TV OS’s are typically a tacked on afterthought. Dedicated devices like this and the Shield TV use processors setup for this sort of thing and the interfaces are fantastic.  It’s a night and day difference.

Dec 31
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Exactly. Retraining in physical infrastructure jobs is much more feasible than transitioning to a white collar desk job. Read more

Nov 29
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I bought in on the Kickstarter for this early and got the 3 pack for me, my wife and younger son. On days where my son is going out to play with his friends he takes his with him, and we always know where he is without needing a cellphone (that he absolutely does not need at his age). Read more

Nov 22
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Come on now, 64Bit graphics is going a little too far here don’t you think.

Nov 22
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“Developed using our unique Stellar 7 grafix processing engine:”

Nov 21
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Between this and Coors pulling up stakes in Golden to head to Chicago, it’s a bit sad for sure. Went to CSU in the 90’s and it’s weird to contemplate New Belgium not being locally owned.

Nov 18
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The Founders Edition should have been marketed as a early adopter Beta rather than a launch. As others have said, the true launch of Stadia really does not occur until the free edition is ready in 2020. The fact that only those who have paid for Stadia Pro can use the service naturally limits the number of users and Read more

Nov 14
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Same boat, but I would assume this is the case (at least until after the first 3yrs expires).