I have a 43UN700-B that I thinking of replacing. I do not game at all, and the monitor is used for only desktop office work, music production and 4k movies.
I sit 3-1/2 feet from my monitor for 6-8 hours a day and I really need crisp text, so I would like to find a large SRGB IPS 4K panel...
PIA is so common that many of their ips are blocked. Consider a lesser known VPN (Google it up, they tend to be more expensive though), or run two separate wireless access points. One for main browsing, the other dedicates to Netflix
So bad idea to purchase a older intel based laptop, due to all these issues. Or much ado about nothing? I need a laptop for backup, but Id rather not buy a I7 and have any security patch limit the power.
Am I just tripping?
interface is nice, I had two of them. didn't do anything for decreasing my bill at all. Not an issue with the device, more so my home AC/heating system I think. Sold them as I am doing my best to have as little geolocation information on my home as possible.
good buy from google though...
because Americans supposedly care about things like working conditions, proper pay for hours worked, child labor laws, in what is supposed to be a American company
whether Americans "really "care about these issues is debatable
it appears that the drive is sata2, without a hacked bios to allow for the bios to read the proper boot sector, would be to try the x25m.
might also want to download a copy of the Windows 8.1 preview, and see if you can install the ssd using 8.1, it may have the proper boot loading drivers...
most older hp machines in which they have NOT updated the bios, are locked per say to only allow sata2 ssd drives.
look into a older intel x25m 80, 120 or 160GBP. those should work, and are pretty cheap. certainly not as fast at the current ssd drives, but still significantly snappier than...
how in the world do you use excess capacity to route other people's traffic? wouldnt that leave you responsible for whatever they do on your allotment? or is their softwre to manufacture multiple ip addresses or something