My family enjoys staying at the Holiday Inn Express is Salem MO. It is a very good hotel, with excellent service and amenities (which is quite a surprise for being in such a rural area). In fact it is actually one of the best we have stayed in anywhere. As such, I am excited to be helping them as they switchover to being Crossroads Inn and Suites. I know that the owners want to run the best hotel possible and
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga defaults to having all the function (F1-F12) keys perform their alternate behavior and not their ‘function’ key behavior. For example, if you want to refresh a web page by pressing F5 you must simultaneously press and hold the Fn key, otherwise the key will function as ‘decrease brightness’ . What is even more annoying to me is trying to close a tab by pressing Ctrl+F4 (and it not working b/c you have to press Fn too)
This review of the X100 comes at an odd time, years after its initial release and in the face of many new competitors. Today you can pick up an Olympus E-PL5 and 17mm F1.8 lens for a price that is in the same ballpark as an X10. That makes for some pretty tough competition. This review would read a lot differently if this were 2011, but time marches on and this is my view as of Dec 2013! This is
Here are some sample images from the Olympus 12-40mm Pro lens, used with an Olympus E-PL5 camera body:
Q. When I unplug my Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro from the wall the screen goes blank. When I plug it back in the screen comes on. Unplug it and it goes off again?! How do I fix this! -Terri A. Hi Terri, your display brightness may be set to zero for ‘battery’ mode. Please try pressing your brightness+ key (it looks like a little sun with a plus sign and it is shared with the F6 function key) and see
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga is available with a backlit keyboard, here are photos of mine: Overall, a very nice machine with a rather cool keyboard!
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I am getting ready to test the max external display resolution for my ThinkPad Yoga and my wife’s Yoga 2 Pro (the new version of the Yoga 13). I will test the OneLink dock as well. Reports indicate that 2560×1600 and 2560×1440 are possible. http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Idea-Windows-based-Tablets-and/Lenovo-Yoga-13-max-resolution-for-external-monitor/td-p/1248815 https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Idea-Android-based-Tablets/External-Monitor-at-2560-x-1440/td-p/1063879 http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-Edge-S-series/Thinkpad-Yoga-Insufficient-external-display-resolution-over-the/td-p/1334903