Recently, I upgraded to gigabit internet service to handle all the additional traffic on the network.
This, combined with seeing what options exist for home networking, has me pondering some upgrades.
Fortunately, Linus Tech Tips has some advice.
Once upon a time (around 14 years ago), I was a Tablet PC developer, MVP, and all around fan boy.
In other words, I was into tablets before they were cool. Indeed, I was in to tablets before they were practical.
And this review by RetroManCave of a Azus R2H UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) indicates many of the shortcomings of this area in mobile computing.
The dark ages of mobile technology were tough. We knew we wanted portability and convenience but the monolithic tech firms of the time were slow to deliver and left the door open for much needed competition from Apple, Samsung and Google to give us what we wanted. The Asus R2H is a relic from that period before the dawn. It is, the tablet Homer Simpson might have built.
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