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Video: 2011 Nissan Leaf assembly process detailed

Dec 4th 2010 7:02PM I am surprised to hear you say that. The artist is Cornelius, and he uses the stereo as an instrument. I don't think anyone creates a better sound-space. I get that Cornelius may not appeal to everyone but his music is unique, which is what they were trying to emphasize about the car as well as the production process.

Watching those robots work makes me think I am living in the future; totally amazing.

Hanshin Icreon HUWB-3000Kit connects your PC to TV sans wires

Apr 16th 2010 12:12PM i used the Dell UWB wireless dock. They also made similar claims. Unfortunately video was unwatchable and you couldn't attach an external sound card to the dock, you needed to rely on the docs analog out which had poor sound quality. Importantly the transmitter needed to be within 1m of the receiver - not much point for wireless at these distances.

First NYC iPad line sitter also camped for first iPhone: a legend is born (video)

Apr 1st 2010 12:02PM I see nothing wrong with a guy spending some of his own cash in a way he enjoys. I do see something wrong with self-righteous pricks who sit around with nothing better to do than make fun of them all day.

Dell Precision M4500 now shipping with $1,549 starting price

Mar 30th 2010 2:12PM @DBx Precision ON is what I am talking about. It is mentioned in the original post. look it up.

Dell Precision M4500 now shipping with $1,549 starting price

Mar 30th 2010 11:09AM if precision ON is the same as latitude ON then it sucks. The GUI is worse than your average dumbphone and the functionality is also limited - it would be nice to be able to listen to music or skype but you can't do either in this mode. The set-up is also very cumbersome - you need to enter all the info for email accounts manually.

Skype mobile heading to Verizon smartphones on March 25th

Mar 23rd 2010 4:26PM @DoctarPeppar

they pulled the winmo skype pretty recently. luckily I still have my original set-up file.

Dell Adamo XPS alive and kicking, back for order on Dell.com

Mar 18th 2010 3:29PM @f2000372

my wife just purchased this computer. Pictures do not do it justice. It is very well built - feels solid in the hand. It is amazingly thin and light making transport as easy as it gets. Computing power is the trade-off, but I bet there are many others like my wife where portability is more important.

The design is also quite useful - when used on the lap the heat from the case isn't directly against your legs (cooling is also still works at 100% efficiency when used on a soft surface). Also, for me at least, the keyboard angle is quite nice when used on my lap (it isn't sloping away from you).

My only complaint is that the F and J keys lack the "nubs" to locate your hands on the keyboard.

I would suggest trying it out at best buy or the like before dismissing it.

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