Yes, a Windows notebook that is also a tablet! So I can log on to my VPN (only from Windows, blame my IT dept.). Plus I need to be able to use Creo 2.0 (CAD software, again Windows only). I have a nice, high end notebook machine with a good graphics chipset but it's a boat anchor with about 45 mins battery life. & it takes up a ton of space. For any real work, it's gotta be the notebook. But for some fast, simple changes, I could get away with an Intel 4000 series graphics chipset.
So what I want is a combo notebook/tablet. The Surface2 Pro is appealing but pricey. The others out there, like Lenovo's Yoga series appear to be better for slightly less money. So when my gal & I are drinking coffee on Sunday morning, I got a nice, FAST tablet. But if I got some work I gotta do, no more lugging around that monster notebook, the combo machine can do both.
I'm still in the want-not-need mode so I haven't talked myself into it (yet!). These things are still around $800+...
Criminal but quite likely not dangerous.
Agreed. Maybe I've been lucky. I've got 4 of their drives in two different machines. No problems at all & yes they are very fast.
Exactly the same I.P. policies at my place of employment. We also split that 2K if more than one person works on it. This causes people to hide their ideas (& other's) & develop then in secret. Then file their invention disclosures on the sly. This causes a lot of animosity & accusations of idea theft.
Very little real innovation has happened in years under this policy. A whole lotta crap though!
Here in the US the server can usually do better with separate billing. Most will round up on the customary 20%. Of course that is only my own observation.
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My provider scrambles everything. I've yet to see a product that works between my cable box & my entertainment PC so I can record content. I can only record broadcast signals.
Is there a viable solution available that is not too pricy?