At this price point, a backlit keyboard should be standard.
21 posts • joined 15 Jan 2015
Re: Tell me about it...
The guy is not a dev, he is a home user. I didn't want to say that he was grossly exagerating his computer's update time. I did the testt on a 2009 Toshiba Satellite with Pentium T4400 Full Officel installed, a 300GB 5400rpm drive and the update which started at 9:34 was rebooted to the desktop at 9:54. Even doing the update on a Dell Venue 8 pro with 2gB of ram and a slow emc drive took 20minutes including the download and reboot time to do the update. You can get a used 200 Euros or $ computer which will be able to do this update faster than his pos. computer.
I was not talking about updating computer in a work environment. Geez, why would I care about youir problem. You are a sysadmin and I'm a project leader, so we might have different types of problems to tackle.
My first 3 android phones were from htc and, I finally decided to move on. The phones were great, I did like htc sense and text reflow. What I didn't like is htc longterm software support, and if I was lucky enough to get a software upgrade, most of the time it rendered the phone almost useless.
I gave them enough chances, and, as far as I am concerned, this is game over for them.
Re: @Grifter, Wtf.
If you buy the windows version of this device, you are not rewarding Microsoft. Windows is free on these stick, same thing for windows tablets 9" and lower. Most probably, since linux users think that hardware should be sheaper should be sheaper for them, Intel decided to give them what they want.
I you really want the 32GB device and be done with it.