Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx K3011 Review To begin with, some photos of the Lynx compared to an iPad (retina display) and a Samsung Galaxy Note 2: (I used The Verge website as the primary test/display page for most of these photos, primarily because it is a modern site ideal for pushing the limits on these types of mobile devices… the other site used is jdhodges.com as it presents a lighter usage scenario) Pros of the Lynx Compatible with legacy Windows (x86) applications i.e.
More info: iFixit 54 Bit Driver Kithttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B008KOTNVA/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=pixensity-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=B008KOTNVA&adid=1B8FJSDN6VA6VZVCKJCM&Bits are hand picked by using the tool data from the thousands of free repair manuals on iFixit Comes with magnet tipped aluminum driver with rubber grips. Has a flexible shaft…
Sometimes I really miss firefox. What was very simple years ago has proved surprisingly tricky for me on Chrome. I am looking for a way to ‘single click’ and add torrents to a remote instance of uTorrent. So far I have not had any luck using this Chrome extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/remote-torrent-adder/oabphaconndgibllomdcjbfdghcmenci?hl=en 🙁 So the quest will continue and hopefully I will soon have success to report! 🙂
My Exede review is one of the most commented articles on my site (177 comments and counting). However, having that many comments on one page (or paginated) can be quite cumbersome for someone simply looking for an organized set of reviews (Exede or otherwise). Therefore, here is the link to a satellite internet review and complaint site, which has a dedicated section for Exede as well as most other satellite ISPs. That site is meant to be a simple resource for people
UPDATE: my exFAT formatted 128GB SD card has been working wonderfully, I am happy with my choice of file system formats 🙂 exFAT has been mentioned previously on this blog, but for the first time I truly needed to decide: exFAT or NTFS for my new 128GB SD card… In the end, I chose exFAT for both speed and compatibility. My primary OSes are Windows and Android, both of which support read/write of exFAT. Android not so much with NTFS (at least
Recently I have been pondering the history of my personal computing. Past, present and future hardware and peripherals. As such, I am writing a few notes here and posting a few links there for such time in the future when I can truly flesh out this history of JD’s computing 🙂 Computing setups Early days – various 286, 386, 486 and Pentium computers that my dad used for work… some of my favs: Compaq 486C and a Dell with a
Quite some time ago I signed up for Amazon mom and subsequently canceled it. Now I still receive an occasional email from them (despite my cancellation). Therefore, in an effort to clean up my inbox ;-), I sent the following message to Amazon… we shall see how they respond! TRANSCRIPT: Hello, I canceled my Amazon Mom Membership yet I continue to receive emails about it. Specifically the emails are from firstname.lastname@example.org and when I go to the URL listed for
If you work on computers a lot then you know how important it can be to have the right tool for the job. 🙂 Thankfully, most computer upgrade tasks are handled with fairly common tools, but if you happen to have a particularly difficult upgrade/repair task ahead of you it might be worth checking out a comprehensive toolkit such as this one: I have the utmost respect for iFixit as they do a phenomenal job of teardowns and takeaparts. However,