>he doesn't have six days of battery life
I bet you use an iFag or botnexus.
Is the 3.5 GB card worth it at $35.00?
OutletPC is a legit site, I've ordered from them before and frequently see it used on here for ordering PC parts.
But yeah this is an obvious pricing error. There is an extremely slim chance it will ship, but all chances are it won't.
Also FWIW it's actually $15.00 with a mail in rebate.
Okay, fair enough then. I'm not American and thus have never heard of them.
Definitely definitely definitely a pricing error; and like you say, I think that if ANYONE in the process noticed the issue they'd immediately tell you that unfortunately you can't have it at that price and refund the money.
Then again, for such a low price, I guess the question would be; is it worth risking not getting it?
Hello /g/, tell me about why you think your OS is the best one, gimme the prons and cons. Let's discuss this shit!
So this just fucking happened.
Best browser on Android?
>apply for a job
>get called for testing
>be told the testing will last for more than 4 hours
>1st and 2nd part are pure technical, ace them
>3-7th test are concentration & focus skills test
>do them okay, not great, probably average
>even send them an email afterwards that they made a mistake in marking one of the correct answers
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Technical advisor/assistant for some big (undisclosed) project.
Basically my duties would be to analyze the project, test it, write technical documentation, find out ways to improve, deal with customer care.
>Power Consumption up to 75W, no additional PCIe power required
>WAH, WHAT ARE WE GONNA DO ON THE MOTHERBOARD?
Why not just use SQLite for everything? It isn't like you need to handle a hundred writes a second in whatever software you're writing.
Noob PC building question - this graphics card has two power connectors. Should I connect with two separate power cables to two separate holes in the PSU or should I use two connectors on one power cable?
You can do it either way.
If you have a cable with a splitter and you dont mind it looking messy, it's fine.
Personally, I use 2 seperate cables from my modular PSU just because it looks neater. The grahpics card will just draw what it needs. Regardlessly of daisy chaining.
>ultra-low power usage
>fairly low cost
>pretty much comes in every color
Explain why we don't use these things in every single lighting system in the modern day.
High upfront cost. Efficient, long lasting solutions are rare. Most cheaper bulbs are no better than CFLs. And finally fear/ignorance of new stuff.
Ive asked myself that very same question OP
I think its becouse the light feels a bit uncomfortable, probably just becouse people arent used to it
A regular lightbult emits a diffused spectrum of wavelengths that give a cozy feel
A room lit with fx a panel of white LED's gives kinda focused monochromatic cold light
At least in the case of the cheap cheap cheap single-led diodes that are a few bucks for 100pcs
They do have a ton of applications, just not as good for lighting up rooms
So this guy sold me his HDD without wiping it, there is a partition on it , with the steam installation folder, can i get his pw?!
also how can i get other wins from a hdd?!
What's a non-shit, non-botnet keyboard for Android?
AOSP and AnySoft are open source but quite lacking in features.
So my mom is looking for a new router for the house. We've had the same router for more than 10 years, it's an old Linksys WRT54G. I'm thinking about getting those two-in-one modem/routers that's on the Comcast approved list. I'm currently looking at this, are the two-in-ones reliable? Or should I just look for just a router?
I'm getting a Nexus 6P.
How much buyers remorse am I going to feel?
I'm posting this reply on a Nexus 6P.
Admittedly I upgraded from an Xperia Z (yeah, as in the very first one) so was a huge leap.
But no, I absolutely love it.
Get a Unicorn Beetle case for it, and a good Tempered Glass cover.
Other than that, enjoy the sweetness that is pure Android 6.0
>compile from source