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    #31
    Originally posted by srboone View Post
    But, Mr. Woot....it's not red...
    This, Mr Boone, is true, but ... it does come with a manual backup system should the DX fail in its duties

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    Downloading with a chisel is a bitch kitty, but

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      #32
      Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
      I find the key with the backlight screens is to change the reading colors and brightness. My tablet and phone are set to a black background with white text and when I'm reading on it I've got it set pretty dim. I've never gotten a headache from it. Then again I probably spend 75% of my life looking at a computer or tv screen so it'd never hurt my eyes anyways....
      I do the same, usually when reading long documents for work. Turn downthe brightness and im good to go.

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        #33
        Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
        I find the key with the backlight screens is to change the reading colors and brightness. My tablet and phone are set to a black background with white text and when I'm reading on it I've got it set pretty dim. I've never gotten a headache from it. Then again I probably spend 75% of my life looking at a computer or tv screen so it'd never hurt my eyes anyways....
        I get migraines and that black with white would kill me.

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          #34
          Originally posted by Grant Wootton View Post
          This, Mr Boone, is true, but ... it does come with a manual backup system should the DX fail in its duties

          [ATTACH=CONFIG]6828[/ATTACH]

          Downloading with a chisel is a bitch kitty, but
          Are those the 16gb cards or the 32gb ones? Hard to tell from that angle...

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            #35
            Originally posted by peteOcha View Post
            Are those the 16gb cards or the 32gb ones? Hard to tell from that angle...
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            Come on Peter, my manual backup didn't come with no high falutin' GB's ... no no no ... we're talking state of the art MB's mate, and danged cheap at 1/2 the price !!!!

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              #36
              Originally posted by Grant Wootton View Post
              [ATTACH=CONFIG]6828[/ATTACH]
              I got the deluxe version!

              "I'm a vegan. "

              ---Kirby Bliss Blanton , The Green Inferno (2013)

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                #37
                ... Wow, yours has three screens and a peripheral device

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by Grant Wootton View Post
                  [ATTACH=CONFIG]6878[/ATTACH]
                  Isn't that funny? And to think, 20 years from now people will look at ads for a 1Tb drive for $100 and laugh in amazement that we paid so much for so little!

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                    #39
                    I'm still in amazement that a 1 Tb drive has hit the consumer market. I still fondly remember my Commodore 64 computer with came with a hard drive that used casette tapes!
                    "Dance until your feet hurt. Sing until your lungs hurt. Act until you're William Hurt." - Phil Dunphy ("Modern Family"), from Phil's-osophy.

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                      #40
                      I can remember my first spectrum zx80 with 4k for ram (expanded to 32k!) + cr b/w 10" tv (with spherical tube) and external tape connected to the earphones output... and a piece of tape on the volume so it was not moved around from the right position

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                        #41
                        Me, I'm a knuckle dragging caveman, never will go digital. They are soulless, I need the tactile feel of a real book and I am probably addicted to the ethereal fumes from the ink.(grunts and shambles back to cave)
                        If collecting is an illness, I must be terminal

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                          #42
                          Recently replaced my desktop and the new one came with a 2 TB drive.
                          Originally posted by TerryE View Post
                          I'm still in amazement that a 1 Tb drive has hit the consumer market. I still fondly remember my Commodore 64 computer with came with a hard drive that used casette tapes!

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                            #43
                            I am learning to enjoy reading books on my phone. Of course I am soulless as well so that part is not a problem for me.
                            Originally posted by paperdragon View Post
                            Me, I'm a knuckle dragging caveman, never will go digital. They are soulless, I need the tactile feel of a real book and I am probably addicted to the ethereal fumes from the ink.(grunts and shambles back to cave)

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                              #44
                              Yea I'm a bit of a souless computer nut myself. I think I've built 4 computers and rebuilt another one.
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                                #45
                                I used to build my desktops, the last have been off the shelf purchases since you can no longer get the parts for the price of a new desktop.
                                Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
                                Yea I'm a bit of a souless computer nut myself. I think I've built 4 computers and rebuilt another one.

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