I'm with you on this. I'm going to be getting a new phone/carrier in a little over a month and have been debating on what I want. I'm anti-Apple, so iPhone is out of the question sadly. Nexus One doesn't look as sharp as I'd like, but this thing looks to be a pretty solid phone and I really like the way it looks.
I really like the case. That thing looks heavy. Strongly considering getting a pre-made system like this rather than doing my own for once. They've become pretty affordable. I remember when you couldn't get a good Alienware system for under 3 grand.
Interesting. It's no secret that computer hardware is getting cheaper and cheaper than in the past. I remember when having a "high end" gaming PC was unheard of for under a few grand. These days you can piece a pretty amazing desktop for less than a grand for gaming, and for simple media PCs half of that. Perhaps that, and the continued influx of "computer literate" people play a factor?
Good news, but seems like this is a step all charger selling companies should take...
Definitely worth it. People carrying around huge text books these days is pretty silly with the technology we have. Would be a good chance for Marvell to get a serious foot in the business and help out students. Win win.
Great move by MS. The Xbox360 HDs are extremely overpriced and this will make downloadable content more common for sure. Anxious for this update like many others I'm sure.
I really hope this isn't a final decision from MS. Windows 7 Mobile is going to need everything the iPhone has to offer and more to catch on and retracting features like this just doesn't seem wise. Can they not implement traditional copy/paste in conjunction with whatever their new idea is and let the user choose their preference?
Haven't messed with blu-ray rips yet, but 40GB per movie, I can definitely see filling it up. Right now I have nearly 1TB of media (movies mostly), but they aren't much bigger than a couple GB each.
I've always been scared to even use 1TB drives. Crashes on massive drives are much worse than a smaller one obviously. Can't realistically ever see myself or the casual PC user ever needing 2TB disk drives (yet). Personally, would much rather invest in a faster, more reliable drive for the $$ (SSD). On the other hand, yay for technology advancing. :)
Nexus One pricing was one of those recent Google decisions that made me go "huh?". I'm disappointed in the way they executed the phone sales and services for it. It's a great piece of hardware, but shouldn't be touting a $500+ pricetag.