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Shinespark wrote:Okay, that's just a flat out lie.
Bring out your links, everyone! Looks like a throwdown!
I'm just hanging out, really.
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inkycatz wrote:Bring out your links, everyone! Looks like a throwdown!
I hate when mom and dad fight!
Well parents are the same no matter time nor place / So to you other kids all across the land / Take it from me / Parents just don't understand
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In for One. Can't wait to read my Lightining Lad comics on it!!!!!!!!!!!
Always craving that hard quality post.
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gak0090 wrote:To make that sort of comment you obviously don't have any clue as to the functionality of a laptop vs an IPAD. So you can keep taking pictures on your IPAD of your cat and looking at them in brilliant high definition while the rest of us with real jobs and lives use software that can't be replicated in "APPS"
My sentiments exactly.
Vizio 32” 720p LCD HDTV (2 of them), Seagate 750GB SATA/300 7200RPM Hard Drive, SiliconDust HDHomeRun Dual Digital HDTV Tuner, Kodak Theater HD Player, Acer Aspire One 10.1” Netbook, Philips Prestigo 8-Device Universal Remote, Asus Eee PC 900 Netbook with 1.6GHz Atom Processor, Philips Upconverting DVD Player with DivX and HDMI, Ashley Rock Axe Full Size Rockband and Guitar Hero Controller for PS2 and PS3, Philips Icon 5 Device Universal Remote, and a bunch of other carp.
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atrain728 wrote:Its a minor detail to some, but I'm not even going to consider a machine at that DPI. It's unusable. You're better off with an iPad (which, by the way, has 3 times as many pixels and costs the same).
(a) Oranges to Apples. Laptop vs. Tablet.
(b) This does have a higher resolution (albeit lower DPI still) than the iPad 2.
petecadmus wrote:But I do think Lenova should put the old Red Green Blue IBM logo back on the stinkpads. It makes me nostalgic for old times. Lenovo did this for the first few years after buying the line from IBM.
So far as I know, the T60 was the first, last, and only ThinkPad to have the dual branding.
BobbyCannon wrote:Tip: You could be like me and learn Dvorak. That way you cannot look down.
If you don't already use dvorak, don't bother. These days, learn Colemak. (I say this as a 10-finger dvorak touch-typist.) Colemak takes the dvorak design goals, adds in ease of transition and shortcut usage, and uses computer analysis to create a layout better than what Dvorak was able to do back in the day.
My colored box^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H qube has turned dark red^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H brown. I don't really need to show off a list of everything I've wooted anymore, do I?