The X250 is more of a side-grade for someone with a X220 in terms of performance, right?
What are the biggest improvements over the X220?
Curious because I bought a $1,200 X250 configuration for a bit under $800 (corporate discount) but I'm considering canceling it.
You have less max ram, but newer generation processor. 1080p screen vs the 720p screen on a x220. The main advantage aside from the screen is the improved integrated graphics.
The question is whether it is worth 4x the cost for those improvements to you even with your discount.
But the x220 has a decent IPS option and the keyboard is better.
Why haven't you switched to literally the best distro there is?
>not packed with bloat
>sleek, modern interface, actually looks like a piece of software from 2015 and not 2003
>Ubuntu software center (the best there is)
>very stable, doesn't break every 30 seconds like Arch
>isn't crippled to run on 3 bytes of RAM like Lubuntu
>based on Ubuntu so has good support and compatibility
>has a good DE unlike shitty Unity, Cinnamon or AutismDE (i3)
How do you program when depressed because no gf?
Set your Github icon to an anime grill.
Go to /jp/ and learn to embrace the 2D.
Order figs, fumos, and a daki to snuggle with.
BAM, problem solved.
Can we get a blackberry general? I can't remember the last time I saw one.
I thought about getting the q5 which is on sale for 150$, but its camera is trash.
And I dont want to drop the cash for a nicer model seeing how I have never used one before.
Im sick of android, and I hated IOS, and >windows phones
didn't they require BIS service to work properly?
Anyway, as long as you don't plan to play games or watch full length movies, blackberry is master race. Typing on glass still isn't as comfy as a good physical keyboard.
Waiting for the slider.
only thing i like here is your term colors
here you go honey>>47650263
itś cool. i know itś not likeable for a few reasons on here.
>3D printers are the norm
>Decide to print myself some screws
>Load the file into the printer
>finish the first screw
>time for the next one
oh yeah this is so much better than going to walmart
>printing things that are widely available for lower cost than the printing material you'd use to make them
You messed up, OP!
3D printers are for prototyping unique designs or things that are difficult to obtain, we haven't yet reached the point where it's more convenient to manufacture things at home than it is to go out and buy them.
But I was told 3D printers were going to change everything, nobody would have to buy anything anymore because we could just print it using the plastic thread we bought with our bitcoins.
At what point in your life did you realize that Facebook is nothing but a waste of time?
Time for a new one I think.
It's a bearded dragon
Monitor used for Xbox because muh gaymes
Tidy, you seem organised. Nice amount of desk space too. Not a fan of the bare wall space though.
I found it outside a house in the street in good condition, no way I'd turn down a free chair. The cushion on it goes at the base of my spine and I'm perfectly comfy.
NAS/home servers general
What does /g/ use, software and hardware-wise?
- WD Nas 2TB (Mass Storage)
- Old Core2D iMac running Ubuntu 12 LTS CLI (Plex and Compiling)
- NSLU2 with Debian (CUPS and Web Server)
Also have a Wii running Gentoo with FTP for shits and giggles.
You build a cult following around a piece of hardware that is not particularly exceptional in any way.
It's some useless status symbol that doesn't fucking matter or make any difference.
So, why keep shilling out for this piece of shit?
has it ever crossed your mind that your computer and everything on your screen was just the by product of a bunch of transistors and diodes performing boolean functions?
the scale of it all is hurting my brain.
>everything in your home that you call "your" own was made by someone else
Yes. It's called abstraction, and you think at whatever level is appropriate for what you want to do.
If you're studying CS or CE you will learn how to think at several levels of abstraction.
Alright, we shouldn't delay our plan any longer. Stop being so fucking nitpicky on grammar. If our target is able to notice a small grammar error, they might as well fucking know that this is bullshit.
Our target is Twitter and Instagram and right now we need hashtags. I think that #DiveIn sounds really nice. Or maybe #AppleWatchDive.
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Damn, I just thought "oh so it IS water proof? I thought it would die in the rain."
But then I realised it's another "break your stuff" poster.
I'd say it works fine. The only thing that made me question it was when it said "up to 30 minutes". Would you have to hold it over water and then the 30 minutes reset? Why would you only be able to swim in the water for 30 minutes?
I know it's what the IP rating states, but most consumers might be confused about this part.
Previous thread: >>47591206
Used ThinkPad Buyers Guide:
ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads & running GNU+Linux on them:
ThinkPad service guides w/ tutorial videos:
What is worth most today?
A CS degree or a degree from a dev bootcamp like these:
CS degree is useless.
If you're interested in tech go for a degree in robotics/mechatronics/electrical/electronic engineering.
A pure software degree is useless in this time and age.
I found an interesting /g/ thread today.
It explains perfectly well why a CS degree is useless in 2015.