3 posts • joined Friday 18th January 2008 02:37 GMT
Try this for size and quality
Try this for size and quality, don't believe me. Comment after you view it.
Divx HD hi resolution encoding at 0.5Mb/Second, 30Mb per minute, making for a 90 minute movie at 2.7Gb, a lot lower than the sizes mentioned above. Download cost to me would be NZ$2.70 to download (I pay exactly NZ$1.024 per 1024 Mb)
# 1920 x 816Resolution
# 63 mbFile size
Personally I am a fan of H264/aac .MP4 format as being better than Divx, but that's only my opinion.
MacBook Pro also found to be shocking
The same thing happens to my new MacBook Pro, I thought it was the poor mains power in outback Aussie, but then I went back home to New Zealand and it is still happening here.
Gentle tingle touching the case, but if I am only touching on a tiny surface area (corner of case on forearm, say) then it feels sharper and more intense, almost painful. Any comments?, is this a feature or a problem? (I once bought an electric lawnmower with a special safety feature. As the salesman explained carefully to me, if I was to run over the electric cable with the mower, this special feature would stop the motor from turning. He just could not get it when I asked If I could have an electric mower instead that did not have this feature, and kept on running after you cut the cable!)
$10000 for 16 pages ! Yikes !
The Gartner report you mention sells for US$9995, and is a PDF document 16 pages long (no doubt includes a cover page, a title page, a couple of pages of Index, a Bibliography page, and an almost blank back page detailing copyright information and Library of Congress number!) which might have 10 pages of information, double or triple spaced no doubt.
I wonder how many dollars a word that represents?