Posts tagged Design
Samsung Notebook Serie 9 Einzigartig dünn. Kunstvoll verarbeitet. Die neue Samsung Notebook Serie 9 ist ab dem 1. Juni 2012 in Österreich erhältlich.
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Together with the Haswell processor (4th generation Core) showcased by Intel at CES 2013 we’ve seen the North Cape reference design laptop with a Full HD 108…
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www.laptopreviews.com ? This is a full comparison of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and T430s 14″ laptops from Lenovo. The pros and cons of each are covered. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is an Ultrabook style business laptop just released by Lenovo, it retails for 49 on Lenovo.com (product page link: goo.gl The ThinkPad X1 Carbon weighs in at exactly 3lbs while the ThinkPad T430s is about 4lbs. However, the T430s has the advantage of being easier to upgrade and the battery is removable so you can upgrade later on. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon battery is sealed and you cannot upgrade RAM. Here are the country specific links to Lenovo.com with current ThinkPad deals! Lenovo US ThinkPad Deals: goo.gl Lenovo UK ThinkPad Deals: goo.gl Lenovo Canada ThinkPad Deals: goo.gl Visit me at www.laptopreviews.com to see more reviews!
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type design busking on 3rd st
Image by Stewf
After his presentation earlier in the day, Hrant offered up his idea of joining other buskers on 3rd St Promanade. "I’m taking my laptop, putting down a hat, and making fonts until the battery dies."
Eben answered the call and we followed the two to their places across from each other on the busy pedestrian walkway. Several passersby stopped and showed interest. Some officials questioned the legality of their setup but eventually left them alone. Two cops paused to ask what they were up to. Jackson told them: "I think they are making fonts."
"Somebody’s gotta do it," the cop said as be took a sip of his coffee and walked away.
Fun resetting my CMOS
Image by John “Pathfinder” Lester
1 hour before I was scheduled to give a demo of Second Life, the CMOS in my laptop got corrupted and prevented me from booting. Here I am ripping my laptop apart to yank the CMOS battery and temporary reverse polarity to reset the memory. Worked like a charm.
I love it when things like this happen…no pressure.
R W Lazzara auto design 14
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R W Lazzara Auto Design
My car design has this lower core energy bed and power is sent to the motor wheel cones from the computer using a fractal power booster . All the batteries and core technology is again covered in flexible photovoltaic skin.
This is why I bought it.
Image by markuz
Yes man… this is why I bought it, 10 fucking hours. obviously, they depend on how you use the computer, and this is:
- No copy/move too much files
- No games
- No flash videos
But for programming is ok. even when doing several tasks at the same time this thing said that the battery was still 4 hours remaining, which is by far better than my old computer.
forced air woodgas stove
Image by mmeiser2
This is pretty much the finished version of my forced air wood gas stove.
It’ll work fine without the fan, but it burns more consistently, cleaner and hoter with the fan.
It’s made out of a 32oz Heineken can, a common pork and bean or vegtable can as the inner burn chamber, some aluminum flashing as a fan shroud, and a 12-volt CPU computer fan being run on eiter a 6-volt AA pack or 9-volt battery.
For now, other then punch a few more holes in the inner can / burn chamber to keep it from clogging on long burns I’m happy with the results and intend to live with it for a while, starting with a trip this weekend.
When Lenovo’s Beijing-based design team set out to create the IdeaPad U300s Ultrabook, they reimagined the entire laptop experience. The result? A revolutionary new breed of PC marked by impeccable style, intelligent innovations and jaw-dropping power.
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Do you believe in love at first sight? ASUS ZENBOOK™, beauty and strength in harmony. Next generation technology combined with timeless craft to create the essential companion for the digital era.
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One year has gone, since we’ve presented the Rolltop concept for the first time. Many thanks for all your emails and feedbacks! Now we are really going to bring this high innovative product on the marke and we are already working on it! Please visit our new page www.myrolltop.com to get more information about Rolltop 2.0 and our plans. Great to see you there!