No, it when you leap into tho body of someone who is already at the office. Unfortunately, your boss is a hologram that only you can see or hear.
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Do you remember when $1300 for a laptop was considered obscenely cheap? I sure do. Even with all the options, it is only ~$2500. Sure, computers have gotten so much less expensive in the last 30 years but don't think for a second that the new Macbook is some ungodly expensive device only affordable by the top 1%.
I understand that it may seem overpriced for someone who just checks email and Facebook just as I find that a $10,000 DSLR camera to be unjustifiable when my cell phone camera works just as well. However, that doesn't mean there isn't a market for people who can justify the price of either.
If you can't see why having a thinner, lighter, laptop with a usable monitor and keyboard would be appealing, then it isn't made for you. I know plenty of business travelers who would love an ultra-thin laptop with an all-day battery. They don't care about having a hundred different ports, only how much crap they have to lug from client to client.
If you want a full featured desktop replacement, get a Macbook Pro (or any other laptop on the market). This is for people who want a full featured ultra-portable and willing to pay the premium.
So the watch battery lasts all day, but your iPhone doesn't.....Hmmmmm. Good luck with that.
What are you talking about? I have a 6 plus that I use all day and only charge at night, and I have yet to see the battery dip below 85%. Most of the time it doesn't go below 90%. Most iPhones will easily go a day or longer without charging.
Ma-Ma-Max Headroom here from Network 23. You don't have to be from 20 minutes into the future to realize that this is a great idea. Imagine, my shiny, chiseled visage adorning every TV set, 24 hours a day-day. Add to that the fact the I can see my adoring public as well, M-Magic!
Yep, this can only be good for your old pal Max.
Then don't play it. It isn't like there aren't thousands of other games in dozens of other genres to play.
Quick, time to call Guybrush Threepwood, mighty explorer.
Look behind you, a three-headed monkey god!
As I recall, Valve decided that VR hardware was not in their road map and decided to let go of the entire team, including female engineer extraordinaire Jeri Ellsworth. They also asked if they could take what they have done with them, and Valve gave them the Greenlight.
So, it appears that was shortsighted and they are now again pursuing VR hardware again? That is one company that just doesn't want to make sense, at least to me anyway.
Worse, at least you can play with toys and change their pose. Most collectibles are just cheap, painted plastic statuettes. God forbid you take them out of the package.
Care to cite some sources there, Butch? Or were they covered up by the Illuminati at the last gathering of Masons on the Moon Landing set?
I bought mine from Amazon last summer with an extended 3 year warranty. But Sears was selling them in store as well. Walmart also had them Online only, I believe.
I actually learned about it on here as the Seiki 4K TVs have been coming up at every single monitor thread
Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.
Just because you don't care for something doesn't mean no one else does.
I like my 55" Seiki 4K Set. It is dirt cheap (~$800), looks great, and Sounds OK. But the best feature is that it is just a TV. None of that smart crap. No Internet, no Apps, no camera and microphone, just a mid-end 4K TV.
Besides, everything has "Smart-TV" features these days. I can play Youtube, Netflix, and Amazon (if not browse the web outright) on my Wii, Wii U, PS3, 360, and my Media Center PC. Hell, even the cable box can connect to the internet. Why must my TV?
The franchise, yes. However, a few crossover characters would be pretty sweet. I'd love to see Ironman try to fight Magneto. I would totally go see an Avengers movie (Even a Spiderman movie) with Deadpool. Forget Shawarma, they all go out for Chimichangas.