I want a 1080p / 120 fps webcam / camera / camcorder that doesnt suck ass under $150. Does this exist? If not, why?
I have a Sony Xperia Z1S that broke. Need a replacement. Which of these 4 would you choose?
>the option to read the comments
>being able to subscribe without signing in
>being able to look at someone's channel
What programming languages have you written more than 10 lines of code in? More than 100? More than 1000?
Looks like ffmpeg is better than avconv, but Ubuntu and Debian choose the other side. Thoughts?
My Deathadder 2013 I bought a year and a half ago died and I'm stuck with a $6 mouse until I get something decent. Razer wont repair it because I bought it from ebay. When I bought it, it was on top of /g/'s mouse guides. As I don't have a lot of money now but I need to get something, I came to ask what is the best budget gaming mouse. I only care about having a good build quality and the two extra buttons, and I never regretted buying something /g/ suggested (even the deathadder was great while using, despite that it died).
Anything from Logitech, since I...
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What are you concurrently writing /g/?
what the actual cuck
my friend is a faggot
he got into oc build and thinks hes some kind of genius. this is how it went
>went over to check out new pc
>2 way r9 nano crossfire
>4 1tb ssds in raid 0
>32 gigs of ddr4
>balling hard as fuck
>"anon, whats your cpu though?"
WHAT THE FUCK
HOW STUPID CAN YOUR BE
maybe he wants to play games? You don't need an amazing CPU for games, just need a good graphics card and enough ram.
Are you just jealous of him because he can afford all those nice components?
I have a problem. Right now I use an Android phone, and I am not happy with it. It freezes constantly and the finger print scanner takes 10 secs, but I like being able to change everything and the edge, plus removable batterys are awesome. I am looking at iPhones and they don't look too bad. Should I switch. I like 3d touch, and I don't use my expandable storage but I don't appreciate the tiny battery and I don't think there is Android music on ios
Same here. Currently having mate 7 from huawei and thinking about switching to an iphone. Could anybody who switched to ios from android list some pros/cons? Not the obvious ones though please.
I have an i5 4590 and an AMD R9 390. Is the i5 a bottleneck? I feel it doesnt perform as well as it should.
here's an old speccy. i've got 16 gigs of ram now.
forgot to mention that
because i am American and i can do what ever i want with my money
Will learning this get me a job?
You would be better suited to look for a company you want to work for and ask what they want you to know.
If you are asking this question, I am thinking just start somewhere. Java is still alive and well (in the face of all that is holy). I work in an office where VB is still the main language.
So random thought here, but with the growing popularity and interest in VR will there be a rift that grows in society between people who prefer just the good ol' screen experience over VR?
I'm sure there will be a split between digital immersion and real life, where society pressures digital immersion for online shopping, tour guides, gaming, and potentially even dating. Robots will most likely take up a decent number of basic warehouse and blue collar jobs, so there will be an adjustment in the type of economy.
It's speculated the economy after a service economy is a "serviced economy", where we are no longer valued for our skillset (robots are better and more accurate anyway).
Does /g/ have any experience/tips on replacing laptop battery cells?
Be very careful I managed to short one out. It shock my hand which hurt a lot, not the worst pain I've ever had but I don't want to feel it again. Then it continued to short and the battery blew.
That was some years ago so battery safety should have come on since then.
what >>53721346 said.
Spend $50 or whatever.
The problem with just replacing the cells is you would have to buy a set of 6 relatively well matched cells, and (here is the major kick in the pants) solder them all together. You might say "oh, I can do that"
But it's very hard. The batteries are very sensitive to heat, and often use aluminum weld tabs. It's really hard to solder if you've never done it.
Why didn't you get a math degree /g/?
>bachelor's in CS
>expected to be reading a graduate text in mathematics
and yeah I'm doing applied math because I don't think I can handle the austism that is the CS dept. Plus there's a lot of girls in the math dept surprisingly