2560x resolution screen with a GPU powerful enough for smooth gameplay at that resolution
Oooooh yea, imagine that farmville in 2K @ 60fps !
Canceling pre-rendered and absolutely unrelated to actual gameplay trailers with bullshit that you can never actually do in-game - that would cut costs at no loss
... related to gnome already sounds negative
You don't need a luxury car for that, just put some xenon headlamps on average impreza (or what do they call cool now? but has to have a spoiler) and don't dim, you can automagically become an asshole at no extra charge.
To ask a friend*
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Those who finds model numbers unintuitive usually asks one of their geek friends to build a PC for them, those who don't even bother looking at model number but rather look up the benchmarks don't care about the model numbers.
The real issue with PC gaming is that a lot of games these days are shitty console ports with atrocious controls, awful camera and graphics that are still stuck on xbox360/ps3 level which are already outdated by just about any discrete video card, and there's no incentive for companies to change their "make console game -> port to pc to milk" agenda.
ATI driver being open is the reason it's so stable and leaves nvidia in the dust performance wise, right? Oh wait
When a company goes out of it's way to screw you then *you* might like to use lube and enjoy it, other people don't.
Hey, it brings in viewers, however idiotic it is
I wish these were less of a niche- product, and reduced the cost a bit...
Also reduce form factor by a tiny bit while we're at it and there's a
"tablet killer" (or killer tablet, depending how you look at it) right there.
I wonder if the battery recharge cycles problem has been solved already in the Qi standard.
If walking near a charging pad is going to "expend" a recharge cycle, it's going to be annoying
trying to navigate between cubicles without walking into some charging field.
"The Avis WIZARD decides if you get to drive a car. Your head won't touch the pillow of a Sheraton unless their computer says it's okay." -- Arthur Miller