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Sunday, August 11, 2013

My Kind of Laptop

I like, this.

At $350.00 affordable too.

Stephen

17 comments:

  1. I would be worried about the battery life myself.

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  2. Interesting concept, but I've learned better than to go with the first generation of any new technology. If it is workable & survives to the second generation, then it might be something to consider.

    It's a remarkable idea, though.

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    1. dear sweet one - Rev. Paul is right. jambaloney was an IT specialist for 15 yrs and he never goes with first generation technology.

      your friend,
      kymber

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    2. I agree guys...it's just a thought. Remember, a back-up to a back-up.

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  3. Do they say how easy it is to see the screen in the sun light? Might be important. Also it might not work in the cloud. :-)

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    1. Long as the sucker works on the ground, I'm fine. Thanks, Muddy.

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    1. It would sure make for a fine back-up system...nice to see 'ya, Hermit. Thanks.

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  5. If it works, it's all good... :-)

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    1. My thoughts exactly, my friend. Thanks.

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  6. Stephen, if you get a moment email me at harryflashman23@gmail.com.

    nothing urgent.

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  7. Might be something to purchase, put in an EMP proof case, and put away for a SHTF scenario. Price is attractive.

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  8. How long to charge. Looking at the photos, it doesn't look like there is enough solar cell area to charge the unit in a day.

    likely you'd get about 4 hours work time for 12-16 hours charge time.

    ANd the website (conveniently) forgets to mention time to full charge.

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    1. All good questions..I simply like the concept of a solar powered laptop. Thanks, my friend.

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