1561 posts • joined Tuesday 24th May 2011 18:59 GMT
I've got some older 200mps netgear ones, and bugger me, do they run hot.
Here's hoping these are more energy efficient?
@ R 11
I was deeply offended by your unpatriotic comments. Since you dared to question the constitution, the only logical conclusion I can come to is that you are a terrorist.
See you in court!
This is all cobblers anyway - we all know man is a maximum of 6,000 years old, and all the imperical evidence is wrong.
If I ever have the misfortune to host a BBQ with a creationist in attendance, I'm going to make him sit on my fossilised tree stump in the garden, and I'll inwardly bask in the irony of it.
Nice try by the defence. 617 = opportunistic? Dream on.
Mind you, the question does arise - how was he able to do over 600 before getting caught? Surely he could have been fingered while the total was still in double digits?
...massive acquisition plan, followed by an "Errr...oops, we spent too much, in a down market"
..any of managers who oversaw this massive cock up in that line for P45's...? Oh look, there's a surprise...
Re: Newspeak Solutions
+1. Nothing makes you feel more valued as a human being than being referred to as 'headcount'.
I actually have one - one of the first V2 editions with USB as well.
Runs a treat, though not as fast as a dedicated RAID solution. But for domestic, maintenance free almost-redundant storage it's fine. Never crashed or missed a beat.
Though mine has decided to start running its fan on maximum for some reason after years of hassle-free running. And one of the drives can vibrate a bit - nothing a paper wedge couldnt fix.
Fantastic. Don't call us...we'll call you.
Re: Can Anna Leach
A thought occurs...can you QED your own posts?
Never mind the corners...
...check out the letterbox aspect ratio for supposedly better movie viewing.
(Idle daydream after a 3 pint lunch: Is it just me, or so the movie makers seem to insist on shooting in formats which require black bars top and bottom, regardless of the prevalent technology? As the TV's catch up, the format changes again. Soon, we will be watching movies that require displays that have aspect ratios of 50:1)
Money for nothing...
..especially since these 'products' appear to have done little to elevate either team above 'back marker' status...
Caveat: I secretly want Caterham to actually do ok.
...so what 4G networks *can* the damned thing hook up to ??? Doesn't work here, doesn't work down under, doesn't work in most of the EU...
I know it's not a big issue given there is no price premium and 3G still works ok, but wouldnt you want to use 4G if your device was capable of it?
Holy crap, that makes me a veritable mercury-based shrapnel grenade. In Space.
I cycle to my IT desk job 3x a week.
So as well as spending 40 hours a week at a desk, I spend an additional 9 hours perched on the most uncomfortable seat on Earth, while my HR sits at 170+ bpm for at least a quarter of those.
Am I doomed?
"We're pleased that Ofcom saw less than half as many complaints about our broadband service than this time last year."
We hid half the complaints through ignorance, recatagorisation and outright deletion of call logs.
Bear in mind, the whole reason the iPad 3 is the resolution it is, was to make application compatibility possible without significant re-write.
A new screen would mean a new resolution, so for this reason I vote this "rumour" as:
What some people forget
...is that this is stress test warm. 90% of usage will be browsing, video etc and temps will barely register. An hour of video games should see it run 'warm', but hardly scolding.
Ad you want hot? Try an hour 3G browsing on an iPhone 3G. I used it as a pocket warmer back in January...
Re: Just another example of Apple's amazing attention to detail
You are, of course, correct. But your extremities regularly run at much lower temps than the standard 37'c, which may make the heat perceptible. You're not a uniform temperature (though warm-blooded biology tries to beat physicals where it can here).
Re: I love the new ipad!
You can bet they already have - I suspect they're holding off until windows runs on ARM; while LINUX probably works fine, they know their target audience want windows.
Re: It's just an Ipad true
Apples version cycle is no better or worse than the android manufacturers.
Personally, I'm waiting to hear whether the rumors are true - that the a5x is faster than T3.
Re: Fandroid radar kaput?
Ah wait - its not broken. Just picked up a massive cluster of them waiting to hijack the pending iPad 3 article comments...
Fandroid radar kaput?
4 posts and no mouth frothage or vindictive downvoting yet? Is my radar not working?
Thats because all it is is:
10 DELETE timemachine.prefs
20 WRITE "line 2000: COL 200 [;"]"
30 RESTART SERVICE: TIMEMACHINE
40 PRINT "Apple has added the following 12 pages of addendums to your privacy terms and conditions...."
Caveat 1: Poor BASIC scripting part of the joke
Caveat 2: I like my apple
Re: This review missed most of the problems actual ownders have reported.
I see the same 'reduced/poor quality' issues with our recent Lenovo laptops. Keys falling off, random reboots, creaky cases, rubber pointer failures etc.
Come back IBM, all is forgiven!
What??? There were planes in that movie??? I only got as far as the bikini...
My brain just exploded.
Re: Not for the squeamish
Question is though...how can you tell what type of lawyer this is? Given its veracity and fecal colour, this one has to be a patent lawyer.
Re: It's all a bit moot, anyway
You forget that most big corps have enterprise licenses, which only support certain versions of windows and MS will OOL certain versions (eg XP). There is some flexibility there if you please nicely with MS (or threaten to leave them), but at some point MS will force them to upgrade purely to stay within license and support agreements.
Don't beat about the bush Linus. Tell us *really* they should do.
Notes to self: must use "just kill yourself" as a suitable answer to more luser support calls.
Re: Teach how to think
The problem with teaching people how to think is that it only teaches the same approach to solve problems so the solutions (if any can be found) tend to look the same - for better or for worse.
What we really need is to cultivate innovation and lateral thinking, so we find new ways to solve problems.
+1 on your sentiment though.
Re: Re: An eye for an eye until the whole world is blind.
A thought occurs...can you still cry with both eyes gouged out?
Webster? Is that you?
Re: Re: I like Craig's Casino Royale
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