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Spool



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Post 22 Jan 2013, 19:23
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JohnFound



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Lifebook - the keyboard sucks. Smile

My favorite is eeePC 900HA. Unfortunately it is not manufactured anymore. I am looking for similar new model with up to date processor (AMD Fusion for example) and the same 8.9" display (possibly with higher resolution) and small keyboard, but unfortunately there will be no such a model on the market anymore.
Post 22 Jan 2013, 20:41
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Post 22 Jan 2013, 21:02
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YONG



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JohnFound wrote:
My favorite is eeePC 900HA. Unfortunately it is not manufactured anymore. I am looking for similar new model with up to date processor (AMD Fusion for example) and the same 8.9" display (possibly with higher resolution) and small keyboard, but unfortunately there will be no such a model on the market anymore.
Try the following model:

http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/Eee_PC_1225B/

I have been using this model (but in silver color) for over half a year. The performance (wireless web-browsing, movie-watching, word-processing, etc.) have been reasonably good so far. And most importantly it is inexpensive!

Wink
Post 23 Jan 2013, 04:18
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shoorick



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Post 23 Jan 2013, 05:49
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JohnFound



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YONG, Eee PC 1225B seems to be good, but it is too big for my needs. Even 10" models are big, because I am carrying it all the time with me.
Post 23 Jan 2013, 07:58
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typedef



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shoorick wrote:

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Running Win7
Post 23 Jan 2013, 09:09
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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shoorick wrote:
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Sorry for the off-topic remark here:

I just wanted to say that the picasa website is dripping with far too much JS and gives me a blank page whenever I visit it. I do wish websites would forget about trying to be too clever with scripting and just put up simple HTML pages.

Sigh ... oh well, I guess this only affects me and the other two users on this planet that don't have JS running so I'll just have to live with it. Sad
Post 23 Jan 2013, 10:38
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edfed



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you can ask some of your employers to give you a pc dedicated to crapware running.
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or just buy a low cost machine just to let you enter the ubberfull js world. Smile

what is that component family? compatible ttl? cmos???
Post 23 Jan 2013, 13:59
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edfed



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LDLC saturne SG4
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the image below is at the same scale, just to show how large the screen is on this laptop
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sorry for the shadow over the planet.

Laughing
Post 23 Jan 2013, 14:11
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revolution
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edfed wrote:
the image below is at the same scale, just to show how large the screen is on this laptop
Sounds awful. Your lap would be crushed by the weight of that monstrosity. My deepest commiserations.
Post 23 Jan 2013, 14:16
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TmX



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13" MacBook Air
http://www.apple.com/macbookair/specs.html

Probably I won't use Windows much in the future (except for gaming).
I'm thinking of using Mac as working platform and Linux as tinkering platform.

Smile
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shoorick wrote:
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let me guess, this must be the computer you built all by yourself!

Shocked

that is truly awesome skill you got there!

i really admire such talent! cool Cool
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ASM-Man



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shoorick wrote:
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WOW Shocked Was this computer built by yourself? Very Happy

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Post 23 Jan 2013, 15:29
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I like this one, it's cute. 14.6 x 9.9 x 5.2cm Smile

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ARTiGO A1100(Pico-ITX)
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Post 23 Jan 2013, 16:07
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shoorick



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edfed wrote:
what is that component family? compatible ttl? cmos???
it's a simple system with i8080+i8255+i2716+various ttl logic Smile seems as i already describe it here at forum Wink

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Post 23 Jan 2013, 17:08
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TmX



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TmX
Another favorite of mine: Raspberry Pi
(spec details: http://www.raspberrypi.org/faqs)

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I use it for several things:
- learning ARM assembly on Linux
- small web server
- torrent box

Actually there are lots of creative uses of the Pi
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=15&sid=74cd77f8ad189002646cb78447a272a9

Smile
Post 23 Jan 2013, 17:53
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ManOfSteel



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revolution wrote:
I just wanted to say that the picasa website is dripping with far too much JS and gives me a blank page whenever I visit it.
[...]
Sigh ... oh well, I guess this only affects me and the other two users on this planet that don't have JS running so I'll just have to live with it.

That's weird. I have JS disabled (using Opera), and so Google throws me a "You are using a browser that is not fully supported..." error message, but I still can see the photos.

I agree 100% on your scripting comment though.
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typedef wrote:
shoorick wrote:

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Running Win7


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