Interesting, but I wonder if the basic Chromebooks are powerful enough to run win 10 smoothly. Also, storage capacity could be a huge issue as well for alot of cb users.
Am I the only one wondering "then what the fuck is the point of a Chromebook then?".
Edit: To clarify my point, the Chromebook was meant to be a cheaper alternative to a laptop with a bloated OS like Windows. Deciding to add a dual boot option so you can load Windows seems to defeat the whole purpose of the Chromebook all together.
If MS can get the Surface Go to run Windows 10, most Chromebooks out there can too.
Perhaps not the models with 2 GB of RAM, but the 4GB and Celeron can likely make it work.
It'll likely require an intel (fingers crossed for AMD Ryzen Chromebooks) chip and 4GB of RAM as minimum requirements out the gate since Windows 10 ARM is still a little slow due to the emulation requirement.
Posted 3 minutes ago, zero comments and zero upvotes, yet top item in my feed.
/sub/conspiracy ...or algorithms, you be the judge!
Is this missing the sponsored tag or what? No way this should be at the top of my feed.
Reddit’s marketing dept reaching to new lows.
Arris makes some shitty modems. Constant firmware issues and overheating issues are common with the brand.
1 minute ago and already on the front page... wth reddit...
How does this new system work? Do we pay Reddit money to get our posts on the FP? The account looks legit to my eyes, albeit with a really high volume of posts. What's the deal here?
Hahahah what, this was the same post that got to the top only around 15 hours ago.
And that post also had like 100 upvotes.
Something fishy is going on here, someone needs investments i guess.
The "best" sort it's getting worse and worse
posted 14m ago 1 previous comment - unknown amount of upvotes front page of reddit
20 upvotes. frontpage....
I am not even subscribed here.
How is this already front page?
Tell me when there's pricing
Tell me when I can get an external ssd for around $100 a TB.
Meanwhile Samsung and other companies are in a lawsuit due to them allegedly controlling RAM prices and inflating their value.
This is good, but I’m more interested in having more affordable RAM.
I bought a cheap 256GB SSD on sale for $70 and a cheap Rosewill external USB 3.0 case for $10.
Isn’t this review a little late to the game? It’s been out for months and there’s rumors DJI has a new Mavic set coming out very soon.
Do the new sensors allow it to evade Venezuelan ground fire? Asking for 31 million friends.
You can confidently assume that DJI already has a new model in the works as soon as they release something. When I used to work for a company that used DJI products as a platform for custom setups it used to give us hell in the sales department. The s900 came out and it was awesome. A massive hexa-copter with a huge payload and 40min flight time. We got 30 of em and fitted them up with high end cameras for filming and fixed cameras for flight control. Then almost a month later they dropped the s1000 on the market, and suddenly our idiot customers refused to buy the s900 because they wanted the cool new octo-computer s1000. We managed to sell off the s900s and started building with the s1000 platform when BAM, DJI launches the s1000+. Take a guess what happened?
THEY RELEASE THE FUCKING PHANTOM WITH INTEGRATED 4K AND A BADASS SPACE AGE LOOKING FRAME.
Needless to say that my company went tits up after fully integrated 4k quads hit the market. The few and far between customers who wanted the larger rigs for work like inspecting oil rigs that needed thermal imaging and whatnot just couldn't keep the business going.
rumors DJI has a new Mavic set coming out very soon.
There's your answer
I would like to see this holographic feature in person, could be interesting. Maybe itll be more than a gimmick.
I saw it at a demo for some AT&T event, and it was super unimpressive. Basically like a worse version of the 3DS
How long does it take for this phone to come out It's taking longer to come out than 100+hz 4k panels
Because of course
Financially, Apple earns 10X per phone than Huawei.
Financially, Apple earns 10X per phone than Huawei.
Absolutely. Also the majority of phones Huawei are shipping are not iPhone competitors.
Apple isn’t sweating, they just had a record quarter and their shipped units went up year over year.
Meanwhile, Samsung’s shipped units went down year over year. Huawei is not eating into Apple’s sales, it’s eating Samsung’s. That’s the real news and Samsung was barely mentioned here and the lede ignores it entirely. Samsung’s S9 line did not sell well and that’s its high priced flagship line. If anyone should be sweating it’s Samsung.
I recently bought the "Huawei Mate SE 4G LTE" for my parents because they needed a phone upgrade. I thought I was buying a bargain phone at less than $205 USD, and it turns out it actually is really good. Strange how good it is at that price.
I hate that guys face. I just want to punch him right in that Muppet nose lol
So I bought the 1 about 2 months ago. Did I fuck up?
So soon we will seen Casey Nesitat with one before anyone else.
I sure hope they add 4k60 and 2.7k96+ (or 120 like the GoPro6) because flying appropriately slow for 30 is painful.
For fuck sake google. What are you doing.
I left after the first pixel.
I cant believe they took the piss out of apple for removing the headphone jack then 12 months later did it themselves to both versions of the phone.
I mean does everyone on there marketing team have dementia what the actual fuck was that about google.
Not getting this customer back lol
Thanks, I hate it.