11 posts • joined Friday 17th August 2007 08:47 GMT
I bought the X100e to replace the Ideapad S9e that i'd had for just over a year.
I love that fact that i can take it away on business trips and not feel like a tw@ when i have it on the desk in front of me.
Everyone would go "ooh, that's nice" and then 10seconds later be laughing as i strugled to type anything on the S9e's microscopic keyboard.
The X100e has Win7 Pro, can use 3GB of RAM and has 'Lenovo ThinkPad' on the case.
It's small, fairly light and most importantly no one rips the piss out of it in meetings!
What more do you want for £400?
when console wars were about the games!
We’d put the same game on different consoles and compare the graphics, and which one had more blood!
Not piss and moan about HD movie playback, Wi-Fi, and running Linux... seriously WTF is it with fan boys today!
Virgin Media Service Status
Ticket Number 61637409
Time Stamp 18/12/2007 12:22
Department Outage Surveillence Team
Estimated Time Fix 8 hours
Customers Affected Broadband Internet
Raised By Scott Walker
Broadband customers in the surrey post code areas may currently be experiencing a loss of connection to the internet. Our engineers are investigating this issue.
Virgin Media apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Virgin Media Technical Support
up and down like a yo-yo (KT16)
My Virgin Internet connection has been dog slow for the past week, and then it finally died on Saturday. I had to spend 20 mins (at 25p per min + 10p connection) on the phone to Virgin to report the fault. The support line guy had me do a download test and finally admitted there may be an issue when the fastest DL speed i got was 42kbps!!!
My Internet came back up at 1am on Sunday. Now it's gone again. I shall see what the situation is when i get home tonight?
The more things change the more they stay the same!
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