Anyone use these and have recommendations?
Currently my laptop fills this kind of role being attached to a kb/m and monitor. I figure I could get a mini PC instead and free up my laptop to actually take around with me. It would also free up space on my desk that would have been used for a stationary laptop.
Is there anything in the $400 range with decent I/O, processing power, and wifi? I don't have any room for a desktop, but I need something faster than my laptop, which is an i5 x220.
I'm not sure what they go for now, but the Gigabyte Brix Pro (Iris Pro) was pretty decent.
Other option is something like an Alienware Alpha. The problem with the Alpha is that it only has a single HDMI out, where the Brix will run 2 monitors.
The only good ones cost more than they are worth.
So basically, no. They aren't good.
Unless the space can literally translate into dollars for you, you're much better off buying something heavier.
Just bought pic related and I need yall give me some essential apps that I need to download. Because I don't know any besides my social media
Graph theory is nice /g/
What have you done with graph theory today /g/?
Theoritically speaking, what would be the best switch for programming?
Which clouds do you use /g/? Which has the least botnet?
Google Drive/Dropbox here.
How easy is this to accomplish? Do all you need is a radio transmitter to tune in to their frequencies or is it more complicated than that?
>download a program
>"downloading installer please wait"
So I'am thinking about installing fedora on my macbook, is that completely useless and silly or not? I have no previous experience with linux whatsoever so should I just buy a cheap laptop to experiment with linux or just go for it?
Windows 10 forced an update in the middle of me working on a project, rendering my laptop useless for an hour... I'm done.
I am going to install a Linux and only use that, I am not fucking with Windows anymore. I prefer to use a variant of Ubuntu, since it seems the most supported.
Here is my laptop:
Nvidia 960M optimus
Programs I use most:
MS office (will switch to Google docs)
Spotify (supposedly they have a client)
NX desktop (for assignments)
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Unless kubuntu got a lot better recently, use some other distro's kde implementation.
What are some MUST have Android apps? Getting an Android phone in a few days
>Americans don't even know how to register a domain
/spg/ smart phone general
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Too lazy to write up OP edition, starting this because the last one seems dead.
Get in here to discuss smartphones and mobile technology.
Ipads and tablets welcome to, they're just smartphones with the phone stripped away and a larger screen.
So /g/, what smart device have you been eyeing lately, or what's in the mail? What phone do you currently have? Share your experiences to help other anons, get in here /g/!
>not the glorious Nokia 3220
Best OCR software?
Pirated or free, doesnt matter but something decent.
means Optical Character Recognition
so that you can have normal editable text from shitty pdf or picture scans
I used abbyy in the past.
It was really nice, you saw the pdf half of the screen and then you could manually edit all the places where it was in doubt.
I turned a 600 pages scanned pdf into a html document (which I then turned into a epub with calibre) in 2 hours without having worked with it before.
If you need to do it regulaly, you might want to use a free tool though.
/g/ approved YouTube channels