viable replacement for animated GIFs either, even though png was supposed to take care of that
That effort was borked by the Second-System Effect among the PNG developers. All they needed was a simple way to replace the animated-GIF functionality. It seems that WebM will be the replacement for animated GIFs, decades later.
You're getting it for free, with conditions. Conditions that you (or someone else) can work around. If you don't like the conditions, go create your own format.
In this case, the conditions mean that this format is DOA, so we can safely ignore it and get on with our lives.
But the people who have the power to change the situation either don't know, don't think it is important, or don't care enough to act. Research like this can change one of the above.
"35 K is fine - I'm waiting for the 4wd trail rated version."
The model X ('crossover utility vehicle') is being launched sometime about now (I think a few hours ago.) As far as I know that is as close to 'trail rated' as they're currently planning to make. It probably has a price tag around $70k+ however. There is a 4wd version of the model S, so I expect model X will at least have that as an option, perhaps standard.
Mr Musk not only knows this, but changing this world in this way is Mr Musk's declared reason for founding Tesla Motors in the first place. The plan is to produce the Model 3 in a few years, which will have your 300km range, but current price is expected to be US$35k (neglecting government incentives for electric vehicles.)
What you're looking for is the Model 3 which does not yet exist, but has been Tesla's goal since inception. Everything we've seen up until now has been primarily done to gain experience and fund development towards the Model 3.
The Model 3 doesn't quite hit your targets - price US$35k, range 320km.
An A4-sized version would have been nice. Could read research papers full-page without squinting. Would also give more screen space for remote connections and the like.
Sony Z5 Compact should be good for you? Definitely high end, and smaller than any other premium phone out there, iphone included.
2) Compatibility with
.docx sucks. Compatibility with Excel is _terrible_.
Excel is almost hopeless, since you really need the full scripting environment as well.
But docx has not really been a problem in practice. If you make sure you have the fonts installed, it's good enough. I asked one of our secretaries once about the doc files I send her. She said there were always some oddities - but there were oddities in files from everybody at the department. And most of them do use Office. Different versions; some use the US English version while others use the Japanese one; different base settings and so on.
Libre Office incompatibilities were in her eyes no worse than Office incompatibilities with itself. She didn't know I wasn't using Office, in fact.
"Oh look, a stampede, I think I'll join in and who knows, maybe I'll get to trample someone to death!"
That is so not what happened, whatever you may think. You have a severe case of bigotry.
Why hasn't this been moderated "troll" into oblivion?
How come everyone's going so slow if it's called rush hour?