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Submission + - App Compatibility with older tablets? 1

mandark1967 writes: Just wondering how many of you are experiencing application compatibility problems on older tablets. I use a 2nd gen version of the Asus Transformer (TF-701) mainly for reading, music, some light surfing. It's one of the more recognizable/established tablet makers so I thought I would upgrade the apps to newer versions since they supposedly have more/better features.

The latest versions of the Kindle and Google Books apps work "oddly" on my tablet. In Google Play Books, half the pages in a book fail to show up until I remove the download, re-download it, then scroll back and forth through the pages. The newer version of Kindle crash more often than I can count and half the links on the Kindle store just flat out don't work. I would like to use the newer versions but don't want to spring $600 for a new tablet. Thoughts?

Comment I don't know about "Archival" grade or not, but... (Score 1) 385

for personal use, I still access many of my generic "CompUSA" branded CDRs from 1997 that read just fine and I have many others from different manufacturers that are still working fine.

At work, I create several CDs per week and I've never encountered problems with them after 4+years of use.

Comment Re:My modest system (Score 1) 326

Concur on the case.

I lived with the OEM fans for 2 days then sunk $219 into the Noctuas (~$22 per fan at the time and I got a total of 10) and now the thing is whisper quiet, even with 8 fans going.

Also, The hot-swap drive bay door had a hinge pin break off and, when I initially contacted them about a replacement, they wanted to sell me the whole front panel for $175!!!

Have never been "happy" with the case but it does do its job so I haven't replaced it yet.

Comment My modest system (Score 1) 326

Corsair Obsidian 800D Case
Corsair H100i AIO Cooler
Corsair HX1200i PSU
(8) Ugly-as-sin beige Noctua 120mm/140mm fans
(2) Original Generation NVidia Titans
Intel 4770K
Asus Maximus Hero VI mobo
16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 RAM
(4) 4TB Seagate Mechanical HDDs
(3) 512GB Crucial SSDs
(1) Asus BD/DVD+-RW
DasBoot Keyboard
Kensington Slimblade Trackball
43" LG 4096x2160 TV/Monitor
Windows 8.1 x64

I used to game a bit...

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