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Vista or Not?

February 8, 2007

I’m not sure what to do. I have always used windows for the last ten years. I have always shied away from Macs. When OSX came out I tried it and really liked and though my next set up will be a Mac. Now I hear about how cool Vista is and I’m not sure what to do. My laptop is in repair we could thank Sony for that with there battery problems. Hopefully it will be labeled dead and I could get a new system. Thankfully I did not catch fire on my lap. Here I will include video of that for fun’s sake.



I’m Waiting For This Day To Come

November 15, 2006

Wire-less Power to Charge Your Gadgets

Wirless%20Power.jpg Researchers at MIT are working on a way to charge your gadgets via electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic radiation is usually found in things like radio antennas, but by tunneling the energy from one copper antenna to another (which would be connected to your laptop), researchers have found out that it’s possible to recharge devices. The process is still in its early stages, but anything to eliminate the huge chunk of cables under our desk gets our vote.

I cant wait till everything is wireless. With no connection problems just working flawlessly. I think it will be possible in the near future I just hope it will be low radiation and be affordable. I just sick and tired of wires in my apartment I have wires all over the place. Yes I know their is some wireless solutions now but what I have tried doesn’t really work well. The only wireless devices I use now is my laptop, keyboard, and mouse. I tried like surround speakers set ups and other wireless adapters but the technology is in its infancy stage so we just got to wait a while. I cant wait until I don’t have to plug in my laptop or cell phone or even my Bluetooth Earpiece.

Their Even Naming Computers After Me Know

November 3, 2006

Vadim Computers unveils $8,800 quad-core gaming rig in the UK

Just moments ago, we’re sure a hoard of you rushed off to purchase the newest OMEN PC from VoodooPC in order to have the most intense gaming rig in your neck of the woods, but we’ve got news for you: it’s already been outdone. Vadim Computers is offering a custom-built machine that packs the latest and greatest computing hardware the world has to (currently) offer, outdoing even VoodooPC‘s latest offering. Inside the liquid-cooled case, you’ll find Intel’s quad-core 2.66GHz Core 2 Extreme QX6700 processor nestled in an Asus P5N32-SLI Premium motherboard, surrounded by such niceties as 2GB of DDR2 RAM, dual nVidia 8800GTX 768Mb PCI-e graphics cards, twin 150GB Raptor 10000 drives (and a 750GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 just for storage), dual-layer DVD burner, CD-burning combo drive, and a Creative 7.1 X-Fi ExtremeMusic sound card — and that’s just the bottom-of-the-line configuration. The “3-to-20 percent variable overclocking,” as well as the system itself, is backed by a two-year warranty, but similar to the Mac Mini, you’ll be providing your own mouse, keyboard, and monitor. The tally on this incredulous beast comes to £4,622.23 ($8,818) — which isn’t quite what Dell demanded for its all-inclusive Renegade 600 — but that’s before the government even takes its share. Pony up, fellas.