Microsoft says pen and paper isn't fair for students, and at the same time they're trying to push electronic devices that have pen input. So instead of actually innovating and creating a better solution, they've made the paper run on batteries. Problem solved?
I've got like 5-6 keys, including a couple I don't know what are for. And I have a knife with a 2 cm blade which comes in handy if I have to cut open a box or letter. The only other things I carry around are my wallet with cash, cards and ID, my phone and a can of snus.
In a couple of generations, smartwatches will come with 7" displays anyway.
It's pretty damn funny running through an airport terminal yelling "bomb" too. Maybe he should try that next time... for science.
Nevermind the Kurdish minority. Look at what they did to Minecraft!
I approve of this. I'm also looking into what kind of firepower I will need to take down a delivery drone.
I think my comment subject says it all.
Voodoo. Mostly voodoo.
Fans and heatsinks have been an issue with quite a few of my laptops. Especially the HP/Compaq models where you have to completely disassemble the machine to clean dust out of the CPU fan.
If you don't trust your kids, don't lend them your car.
I'm not buying a crippled system. Are you?
Meh.. My PC is worth more than my bank account and I'm not allowed credit. I'll take the spyware over the brick xD
I'm sure there's some developer out there that has created a browser 5-10 years ago that Microsoft can buy up and slap their name on. Who cares if it works? We're all using Firefox or Chrome anyway.
Congratz! You win one internet!
It sounds like a piece of shit.