8th gen, reorientation

Halfway through. No spacelift. But AI seems to getting actually somewhere. Megacons too. You can actually buy 3.5" Disks, casette tapes and even VHS tapes. The new black is IoT and VR (this time for realz i guess).


Made a shot on Ebay, was pretty cheap because it came with a small hdd and only 2gb of ram. That was easy enough to fix. And i finally got a second RX 1000, which seems to be the only non-ergonomic (thats a code word for "actually usable") laser mouse on the planet.
Like the M90 its a older mobile workstation. I really like the design, and its build quality is outstanding. I really like this machine, and i am a bit sad that there are no small notebooks this cool ;)
The lazyboard got more updates. It now has a small table as a stand (which toubles as a side table), and the cable management got cleaned up.
  • Dell Precision m4700
    • Intel Core i7-3720QM
    • 2x4096MB DDR3 + 2x2048MB DDR3
    • AMD FirePro M4000
    • Kingston SMS200S3/240G
    • Samsung HM641JI
    • HL-DT-ST DVD+-RW GS30N
    • Logitech RX 1000
  • Microsoft Bloaty™ Gameloader 7


Awesome little thing, this thing. Though not as little as i like, its light enough. Actually, considering its 14" screen (FHD and IPS, mind you!) 1.6kg are not at all bad. And its build like a brick, even quite servicable. Classic keyboard, trackpoint, long battery life, quiet, docking port, it has it all.
Three years old and yet probably the single most expensive thing i ever bought. I tried, but i just wasn't able to get it at a bargain.
  • Dell Latitude E7440
    • i7-4600U
    • 2x8192MB DDR3L-1600
    • HD Graphics 4400
    • Crucial CT250MX2
    • Dell E/Port-Replikator II
      • Fujitsu SCENICVIEW P20-2
      • Dell Precision M80
      • Toshiba DTB320
      • ORICO VL812
        • Renkforce CS523
      • D-Link DUB-H7
        • Logitech RX 1000
        • Cherry G80-3000 MX blue
        • Hantek DSO2090
        • $file Statusding
        • Optiarc AD-7580S
        • Epson Stylus DX6050
      • $file Rat amp
        • Braun L530
  • $file Arch Linux OpenRC


And here we go, from arm to x86 again. WIP
  • DIY (XBox 360 case / ITX board / psu)
    • Atom something
    • 2 Gig ram
    • Toshiba Disk
    • Samsung ssd
    • LG LE50 Display
    • Toshiba something / TDA whatever Speaker
    • Arduino nano clone
      • Dallas something
      • 433 whatever
      • relays
      • ws2812

total: 71.63ms (include: 2.36, request: 0.83, trace: 0.3, init: 3.12, load: 0.01, parse: 60.96, menu: 1.13, template: 2.86, minify: 0.07)