UPSLynx pop quiz hotshot: What was it that saved our brave heroes from the dreaded monster to which Beldevere exclaimed AAAAuuuuughhh
The animator had a fatal heart attack.
You won't get one. Capacitive screens depend on a particular tip width (ugh) to register a touch properly. More precise pointing devices would actually reduce precision in the end.
If you want really precise stylus-ing, you need to move up to the …
HTC Touch/Elf (WinMo)
Samsung Droid Charge
Samsung Galaxy S III
So far, the X is far and away the best of these phones in all aspects. I'll probably move up to the new X soon.
I was going for something more reasonably priced. I like the look of the PicoStation, but I'd want something with a GigE port and a regular power supply instead of PoE.
The PicoStation is an AP only, so you really don't need…
2.4GHz should be capable of giving you those speeds, but there's a problem with that. The reason 5GHz is able to give better performance is because the 2.4GHz bands are severely cluttered these days. Just so completely saturated, unless you're in an…
That would be my next step, personally. If it were a cooling or underpowered PSU issue, then it would always at least try and start. But if you're getting nothing at all, then there's really nowhere else to go.
You can also try manually jumping th…
They'll have to do something, for sure. The problem with SSDs is similar to the problem with LCD panels, in that there are very few companies that actually make them.
That means that the differentiation needs to come from the packager. And value-a…
Anything with unlimited everything is going to be really expensive.
You could go with Straight Talk, which says they give unlimited, but in reality will throttle at 2GB and WILL bounce you for streaming anything at all.
If you didn't need a high…
IIRC, Omission uses UV laser light to actually destroy the gluten, not just break it up into smaller particles.
I'm guessing the resulting compounds from the broken down gluten are both harmless and tasteless (we hope).
Want so so bad
[quote]The original muslin fabric used to keep the Wright Flyer aloft back in 1903 is actually in the care of the Wright family who've provided …
@Requit said:In that vein, CentOS is basically a free version of Red Hat's release, but 5 years behind their release schedule.
Not sure where you got this info, but CentOS 7 was released within a couple of weeks of RHEL 7.
I have the 11" HP chromebook and I love it. It gets used quite often, particularly now that my wife's laptop is too old to be of any use anymore.
For basic browsing and stuff (really, about 90% of what we do outside of gaming), it is perfect.
I believe it will fallback to a mode that looks similar to mate.
True. I mostly noted because it was a point of confusion for me when I first loaded it up and didn't have GPU drivers installed yet.