LTE isn't broadband though, unless they're providing an in house router for it instead of getting a phone service and tethering to that.
Even good ones tend to be crap if they're turned on only once a year, and the rest of the year it accumulates dust and the ink solidifies on the head.
The current "hobbyist" 3D printers are utter crap and they help you create things that are utter crap. Basically they squeeze hot plastic out like toothpaste into strange shapes, so the finished product ends up being fragile and bumpy. However a professional grade 3D printer can create some really nice stuff (with a very different technique) but the price range is nowhere close to be in the home.
In a way this is like the early computer days. Useful machines were in universities, corporations, and labs, but in homes a few hobbyists were getting excited about expensive 8 bit toys that didn't do much of anything useful except to play with it and start to learn stuff.
At the banks they used to tie phones down to the desks with cords so that customers wouldn't walk off with them.
Mint was the flavor of the computer you berk!
You also need an Amiga floppy drive (or anything that can be directly controllable which excludes PC floppy drives).
DiskDoctor was supposed to be an fsck type of thing on the Amiga, only it was unreliable and buggy. That was one great thing about Amiga was that the community created all these great tool that were better than the official or default utilities. The OS kernel was great, but it had some not quite ready commercial programs that went with it and some last minute addons. Still, even the crappy stuff was much better than on the PC.
Control is SUPPOSED to be where the capslock is now, it was the universal standard! The idiot that changed the position is still in hiding in the witness protection program!
Those are rare though and hard to find, probably full of dust, and not the sort of thing you want to stick a valuable floppy disk in. (those artists who examine Warhol's work are very careful and treat it all like something amazingly precious, even his old underwear, which I am not making up)
Two problems, first they didn't want to damage the disks, and second the
I like an ipod that only plays music. I don't use a "personal music player" so I have my ipod in my car's glove box so that it can play podcasts and music while driving, and it would be a massive waste of money to use a phone or tablet for that. I used to use it when jogging and exercising, another place where a large phone may not be a good idea, and certainly never a tablet (and itunes doesn't want to sync to android anyway). I already have a device that does everything, it's called a computer.
I certainly have to pick up everything with no training. That's why there are college degrees so that people learn how to learn. Sure, occasionally you bring in a corporate trainer for a day for their product when it's obtuse, but generally you should be able to point people to the stack of manuals, white papers, and the web.
True. But whenever people start gushing about great deals they can get on Steam these are usually titles also on GOG, whereas the games I want to get on Steam tend to be high priced in the $50-$60 range.
Maybe it'll be awesome.
No, it won't be awesome.