Why can no one use this term correctly? Bricked means the device is dead and can't be powered up without reflashing firmware. Bricked does not mean it can't connect to a 2G network.
Where are you shopping for flip phones? Dollar General sells them and even Android phones for like $40.
I'm happier without touchscreen controls in my car. All that stuff is going to age terribly and from the complaints posted here work stops when the car ships. You still can't beat tactile knobs and switches for control.
I own a laptop that only gets used occasionally for trips. Every time its booted svchost.exe uses one cpu core and thrashes my drive for nearly an entire DAY looking for updates. If you kill the process it starts again. I disabled updates just for it to be useful again.
Like it would have made any difference if they had an outdated Linux distribution.
Oh my god people on the internet were wrong! The horror...
They finally plugged the analog hole. You know DRM is going to work its way in.
So why a mockup if the technology is there?
These weren't even real prototypes. The whole thing is vaporware at the moment. You won't see this thing for another 5 years at least. Find me a graphic card capable of driving three 4K displays, now explain how you're fitting that inside a laptop.
Will they still be power hogs like that 220 watt behemoth currently in production?
Seems like you could just as easily replace these CEOs with a magic 8 ball and get similar results.
I have no idea what any of those words mean. In five years they will be meaningless.
And still have no idea what these companies produce or why I should care.
For every bloke who makes his mark, there's half a dozen waiting to rub it out. -- Andy Capp