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By Adron Hall on December 19, 2011
Ok, it’s that time of the year and I’m at the phase of the cycle when it is computer purchasing time. What do I want, what do I need, who has the best options available? In order of priority here’s my wish list for the ideal machine.
It must be able to run Windows & Linux. Even better would be the ability to run OS-X, Windows, and Linux. Preferably with Linux or OS-X as the core operating system and Windows either virtualized or dual booted.
Another high priority is I want elegant, sexy, and strong design. But not just in appearance but in functionality too. I want the device to be strong. I want the material to be fabricated well, I want the quality and durability to be built into the device. This comes down to the device being a single mold, probably of a high quality material like aluminum.
I want as much oomph as I can get out of the hardware. Demanding elegant and sexy usually dictates it won’t be powerful. Demanding tough is usually another strike against that.
Another thing which is super important, but I may be flexible on, is the resolution. I simply want as much resolution as possible.
The last thing, which isn’t as important, is I don’t really want to pay more than about $1500. I’d be all the happier if I can find something for even less.
Narrowing Down the Machines… (click through to read the entire article)
By Krishnan Subramanian on April 7, 2009
Image via CrunchBase Whenever I criticize Microsoft on Cloud Computing, in general, and SaaS, in particular, to people affiliated with Microsoft, they show the success of iPhone to add legitimacy to their Software + Service strategy. In one of my posts criticizing Microsoft’s attempts to frame SaaS as something similar to S+S, one of the […]
By Zoli Erdos on January 29, 2009
Adobe boasts record download and installation numbers for Flash and Air, and Venturebeat claims they are winning the platform race. But are they really “winning”? Some of the software Adobe makes is a MUST have on any computer, no matter how often you use it, just to allow basic browsing. The first time you can’t […]