> Pyra Standard Edition, 2GB RAM: 500 EUR without VAT (=595 EUR incl. VAT)
> Pyra Standard Edition, 4GB RAM: 529,41 EUR without VAT (=630 EUR incl. VAT)
> Pyra Mobile Edition, 2GB RAM: 600 EUR without VAT (=714 EUR incl. VAT)
> Pyra Mobile Edition, 4GB RAM: 626,05 EUR without VAT (=745 EUR incl. VAT)
i pre-ordered one. Def overpriced but I missed out on Pandora and think it will be good for my off-time at work. (I don't get to work around any computers)
not possible until someone writes drivers for the hardware which they are leaving up to the community.
What is the most secure/"private" email service?
has samsung really btfo'd the tablet business with their push for yuge phones?
>Snaps can run on other Linux distributions, including Arch, Fedora, Linux >Mint, CentOS and Gentoo.
Canonical just save the GNU/Linux ecosystem, how do you feel about it ?
Snaps don't require sources to be disclosed
Snaps can't be ported to architectures unsupported by the developer
Snaps are ghey
I think freedom wise snaps will be a bad thing but at least we will be able to get good applications
What's the best Windows and why is it Windows 95?
Would you pay 2 million for this?
I don't have 2-3 million (most figures seem to settle on 2.5) to spend and even if I did there are far better ways to spend the money than on a dual 4K projector system with gimmicky seats.
So I have a mATX case with a shitty stock cooler that gets me 65 degrees celcius while playing source gaymes and rendering in Rhino.
I'm thinking of buying this used C12p Noctua low profile top blower off ebay. What are the chance that I'll have to replace the fan anytime soon?
Also what's the consensus on Noctua coolers?
>inb4 get a tower cooler. This htpc case is a bitch with the height restrictions of coolers
Pic related is the cooler
Who is he?
is linux a botnet?
maxy comfy ibook. a1133/12"/1.5GB/40GB.
Dell Wins Again!
13" Laptop with:
Up to 1TB SSD
Nvidia GTX 965M
13" 2560x1440 OLED Display
9 hours battery life via Nvidia Optimus
Weighs 100g lighter than the Retina MBP
Dell Precision Build Quality
> 64GB RAM
> 2xM.2 + SATA
> Nvidia Quadro M2000M
> 15" 4K
> 5hr battery
> 2kg heavier than any of those
> Lenovo ThinkPad Experience(tm)
So much bigger and heavier, yet slower and has shittier battery life.
Also the Alienware 13 is configurable with an unlocked i7 for overclocking, and since laptops don't have that shitty TIM cap on the CPU, it will overclock just as well with much less cooling.
How do you start a project? I have this idea and have done planning for the technical side of things, but where do I begin creating a prototype? I want to work on the program, in whatever high level language but creating a GUI from scratch seems stupid. It doesn't matter what platform, I just want to work on the actual program, which requires some sort of visual interface. Surely there's an easier way to do things?
I need to be able to show it off to employers. The cool side of things is in the math, but I need something to show it off.
Is it possible to create an interface later that will work directly with a command line program I write, and can be developed separately?
>Is it possible to create an interface later that will work directly with a command line program I write, and can be developed separately?
I feel sorry for your boss.
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What are you working on, /g/?
Waiting for prices to drop so I can get a mobo with more pci-e slots and a second 970
I'm just leaving this here :
Not even news.
ARM also has the same kind of shit.
>On some chipsets, the firmware running on the ME implements a system called Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT). This is entirely transparent to the operating system, which means that this extra computer can do its job regardless of which operating system is installed and running on the main CPU.
>On systems newer than the Core2 series, the ME cannot be disabled. Intel systems that are designed to have ME but lack ME firmware (or whose ME firmware...
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