5 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
Being a computer technicain in Penryn, Cornwall. I think that these processors will be a great hit with the locals.
I agree with the article that it seems a BAD idea to mix liquid with electronics, but on the other hand it could be a very viable business opportunity. The key thing is how to keep the liquid in the X. If someone comes along accidentally knocks the usb stick or the desk, it could spill over and could potentiality be a health and safety hazard (If you know what I mean). I say good luck but i wont be buying one.
Logitech has proven time and time again that it can produce successful products. This is no exception! Instead of a load of wires every where you got this nano dongle witch takes one USB slot and brands it 'Logitech' whilst doing its job of receiving wireless signals.
How... But... WTF...
I find this article a little hard to take in! As an IT Technician I have to deal with this on a daily basis. The one thing I don't really understand is 'How does this work'? When you install windows on a machine you can't just take the HDD out and put it into another PC. The reason for this is (Assuming that the OS is XP) if any major hardware changes that take place has the potential to make the system BSOD and therefore not work.
If i have mistaken what the article was talking about then the only other way of backing up the data so someone could access it would be on a keystick like they had previously done!
Nice Idea, But ....
So if you take blu-ray out of the name all you have is a standard Geforce 8800 GT card. If you get a better graphics card to the one you already have its suppose to accelerate games and make the graphics smoother and faster. As for DX10 compatible, I thought that the Geforce 8 series would already be DX10 compatible.
I'm at a loss what more does it do than an ordinary Geforce 8800 GT?
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