Because that's not how Amazon works. Just because someone had a bad experience with a particular seller doesn't mean that you'll even get it from the same merchant. You're supposed to review the product. If you want to review the seller, then you do so after you finish the transaction with them. Amazon doesn't make this clear enough, in my opinion,
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That's when you tell them that your contracting rate is $300/hour, with a four-hour minimum.
They also support a liquid cooling option
IBM fabs its own CPUs for the mainframes, and they are currently clocked at 5.5GHz, which is the fastest shipping processor in the world.
When outages cost you millions of dollars per minute, you're willing to spend the money on having a well-tested walled garden. This isn't appropriate for every business case, but there are definitely those who need that level of reliability.
And the Retail Store Solutions to Toshiba.
Acually, the turbo button was for slowing down the computer. You left it in turbo mode all the time, unless you needed to run some poorly-written software that required the lower clock speed.
The name of the particle is the Higgs Boson. The article title is incorrectly using the possessive form.
The Trackpoint in the middle of your keyboard is a wonderful thing. Give it a shot - you just might fall in love with it.
Source: I've used 4 Thinkpads over the last 8 years.
fueleconomy.gov says you're exaggerating. The original EPA sticker for the 1989 240SX was for 26MPG highway with the manual transmission. The automatic was 25MPG. 30MPG might be doable if you drive very carefull.
This is the most appropriate "Redundant" moderated post I've ever seen.
It's especially fun trying to hit it from a laggy VNC connection.
Wow...that guy was trolling ArsTechnica a decade ago. Interesting to see that s/he is still up to their old tricks.
You just need to read it in a Dr. Evil voice.
Because then you'll waste writes on