Do you already plan on buying one of the new HTC Nexuses without knowing the exact specs and looks? Well I do.
How big is this thing supposed to be?
Would consider a 5" or smaller Android phone with good specs at a good price, but all the "smaller" phones (which are still huge) seem performance compromised.
That shit looks just like a knockoff iPhone 6s.
Yo telling me Alphabet can't come up with their own design?
What happened to netbooks?
Why is it that if you want a decent laptop nowadays you must accept a shitty compromise?
On the left: shitty hardware, 800% markup
On the right: disgusting operating system, shit battery life
What is /g/s choice in mobile phone?
Definite not an iPhone, I hope
Only the Nokia N9 is worthy, I don't get why people still use Lagdroid in this year sanctum, I mean come on
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What are you working on, /g/?
>hide telemetry and win10 nagware
>they keep coming back
Like what, play video games? There hasn't been a good PC game released since 2007. Program? If you're trying to program on a non-UNIX system you're a fucking retard, everybody uses OS X or Linux for that.
POOLARIS IS FINISHED
>having all your passwords in one place
>associating accounts together so whoever hacks you can see every place you go to online, from your bank, to your torrent sites.
When is the password manager meme going to end? Password managers were literally created so that governments, hackers, etc can consolidate all your private info in one easy to access place.
not OP but i share his opinion.
Instead of having to figure out where someone goes to on the internet and try and hack their email account, then reset every password, (if you're lucky) you now need to crack one password and you get everything you want to know. a full list of websites, usernames, passwords. all behind a single line of defense.
Can you believe we sent people to the moon with this sort of technology
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This where we talk that hip talk that chip talk
>Texas Instruments Launchpad
>Ultra Low Power
Is anyone doing any emulation on a 16bit chip for the challenge?
/guts/ housefire edition, post the combined TDP of your CPU(s) and GPU(s) along with your specs
Dual E5-2670s, a 7970, and 32 GB ECC, 550W TDP
My room is a damn sauna, the liquid coolers make it even worse.
>inb4 TDP is not what your computer really consumes
What's /g/s consensus on HDs over 2 TBs?
Is the general feeling that more platters = higher chance of failure rate?
I'm thinking of picking up this one
Most likely this would hold steam games, movie rips and music. This of course would be combined with my SSD. Also, is it worth paying more for the WD black version?
Helium drives will save us from the curse of unreliability.
>although only a $1,000+ 10TB enterprise drive is available right now and consumers won't see helium drives for quite a while yet
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>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet.
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should i get a 12.5" or 14" laptop for college use and programming at home?
trying to decide between getting an x240 and putting in a 1080p ips screen and touchpad with buttons, or getting a t420s and doing the fhd mod