I've been on the go a lot recently and haven't been able to shitpost as much, so I was wondering what would be a good device to shitpost from on the go that wouldn't weigh a lot or take up much space yet still be comfy to use.
Any phone made recently?
Or like a weird device? I always wanted one of these. pic gets me everytime
Phones really aren't comfy for shitposting though, as it takes a long time to type out a post and god help you if you try to quote multiple people. There's also the problem of it regularly refreshing pages when you go between tabs so you have to find the last post you read.
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.
Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called “Linux”, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project. There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use.
Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine’s resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Linux is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called “Linux” distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.
>TFW no modern Libretto
The W100 doesn't count because it was made out of concentrated cancer.
any mid 2000s 4:3 ultraportable
pair it with a remote server and use it as an terminal for maximum remote shitposting efficiency from before ultrabooks and the multimedia meme turned them into glorified iPads with non-removable keyboard cases
i bought a viliv s7 a few months ago from south korea complete with korean kb for $200+40 shipping. i have xp on it atm but it came with win8 which ran awfully fucking slowly.
bought it to have a dinky little computer (guess i got what i paid for eh?) read ebooks and comics on it and play some 90s games on it but even those games run awfully sluggishly and the screen looks pretty bad when turned 90 degrees.
thinking about installing linux on it and see how well it runs then.
all i really wanted was a decent running small laptop form factor computer like all those umpcs but nobody makes them anymore, its all just tablets and i want a unit i can prop up with a keyboard
Maybe the Pandora handheld would be for you, kinda expensive though and hard to get one these days...
At least its successor Pyra is coming soon.
Debian on the go and a full keyboard for shitposting
They make still make 7" netbooks like pic related that are about the size of the Libretto and have 1 gb of ram and a 1.5 Ghz dual core ARM processor (though most that you'll find have worse), but sadly no one has managed to put any Linux distros on them so you're just stuck with Android.
They're in the $75-$90 range if I remember correctly. I really wouldn't want to get one to attempt it though as if it doesn't work I'm stuck with Android and I hate Android with a passion.
>No one managed to put linux on them
I have one of the (older) versions of that that ran windows CE, looks identical to that though. People got debian onto it, although with 128mb ram and a 300mhz processor it isn't useful for much besides irssi and links2 in framebuffer mode.
Anyone know how reliable Ali Express is? There's one listed on there with 512 MB of RAM for $62.77 with free shipping right now. Seller has good feedback, but the poor spelling and grammar is worrying me.
I would like to have this to shitpost and fuck around
Fuck Sony, sometimes they pull this kind of weird shit like the pocket >>52692519 and give shit support or just drop it.
Because the chink one is about 2/3 the size, kawaii, and $40 cheaper due to the standard Ebay anal rape shipping, plus it might be a fun project. The HP one would probably be better in the long run though.
someone should make an ncurses-based shitposting app then id be set
Fair enough. I wasn't going to link this one because I'm almost willing to buy it, but noticed they have a bunch available. It's kind of neat looking too http://www.ebay.com/itm/391372268020
>but sadly no one has managed to put any Linux distros on them
uhh, that's not true. I had one of them and put what I think was Arch on it. unfortunately it ran everything like absolute ass so I gave up super early on.
Did a bit more research. You can put Linux on the newer ones that use the dual core WM8880 SOC, you just don't get any support for sound, wifi, or the SD card reader. The older ones that use the single core WM8850 or even older WM8650 apparently will work halfway decent.
I'd just go for used netbooks really, if tablets aren't your thing. eee pc:s, lenovo and so on should be decent choices.
they can be found for cheap and they're easy to set up to be usable since they're x86 and not something less standard for desktop OS
RAM is always upgradeable and so are HDD:s, batteries also replaceable, though some may have relatively bad battery lives
I'm interested in this subject. How much RAM is needed for general web browsing/shitposting now days? Also, what should I be looking for processor wise as I've seen benchmarks and even phone processors from 2012-2013 shit on the older ~2010 VIA and Atom processors used in netbooks.
Well, looks like Linux might run well on the newer ones. Some Indians got it working with a 10" laptop that uses the same WM8880 SOC.
Or Droid 3/4/Photon Q if you're android loyalist and couldn't bear having non-android device.
sshdos doesnt really work on a an 8mhz 80186 so telnet into a mini openwrt router running as a wireless client and has useful packages like ssh irssi alpine elinks transmission screen etc
I'm terribly sorry for interjecting another moment, but what I just told you is GNU/Linux is, in fact, just Linux, or as I've just now taken to calling it, Just.Linux. Linux apparently does happen to be a whole operating system unto itself and comprises a full OS as defined by POSIX.
Most computer users who run the entire Linux system every day already realize it. Through a peculiar turn of events, I was misled into calling the system "GNU/Linux", and until now, I was unaware that it is basically the Linux system, developed by the Linux project.
There really isn't a GNU/Linux, and I really wasn't using it; it is an extraneous misrepresentation of the system that's being used. Linux is the operating system: the entire system made useful by its included corelibs, shell utilities, and other vital system components. The kernel is already an integral part of the Linux operating system, never confined useless by itself; it functions coherently within the context of the complete Linux operating system. Linux is never used in combination with GNU accessories: the whole system is basically Linux without any GNU added, or Just.Linux. All the so-called "GNU/Linux" distributions are really distributions of Linux.
I really wish someone made a modernized version of the Psion series PDAs, including running on AA batteries.
Anyone know what kind of little netbook this would be? It's before 2000 so I'm trying to look around.
One of the NEC mobilepro series, I'd guess. Looks very similar to the one I have. Windows CE and their low amount of ram makes them pretty useless today, sadly. Can install netbsd to a cf card, but the pcmcia slot only takes older wireless cards(or wired cards, which makes it useless as a portable, in my opinion), so nothing beyond WEP and wireless G.
been thinking & this might be an actual use for that "$9" chip computer people been bitching about.
wifi/bt/battery power built in, serial would still work even if my bt idea doesn't, more packages than openwrt
I managed to get a used VAIO P cheap. Love the form factor, but the execution was kinda crap.
> Worst keyboard I've had the displeasure of using. Feels like mush.
> Crap specs, especially the CPU. It's just too slow even with a stripped down linux install
I don't care about trying to game or do graphics stuff, but it was just too slow for me.
I'd love to see a new version with the same screen and form factor, just with a modern low power consuming processor and about 4gb of RAM.
It's a mini laptop retard.
I've come to the conclusion that the best option for portability and functionality is one of those x86 full Windows tablets. I'm just disappointed that most of them only have 1gb of RAM, it's just not enough for my uses. Ideally I'd like 4gb, but 2gb would work. Paired with a bluetooth keyboard it combines the portability and functionality I want.
I've tried Android tablets, but they're just too limited. Only really good for reading or videos.
They're a little heavier than I want, but I'm probably going to settle for a used Surface Pro 2 with the extended battery keyboard.
Man that takes me back. I used to use my PSP to browse the web during lectures in college before netbooks were a thing.
i had one of these: a 400MHz Pentium-II Vaio PCG-C1XS. I got it for free in 2006 because a friend (whose job was salvaging shit like this) didn't want it. It had a fantastic design (and screen) and it looked sleek as hell, but it was so slow. Most programs took an eternity to start, so I ended up just using it as a little thin-client to remote control my desktop back home. It's probably the slowest computer I've ever seriously used, functionally
>barely smaller than my X series Chinkpad
>awful screens unless you get the ones with shit Linux support
Doesn't really matter though since ChromeOS is decent now that it has VLC available and you aren't forced do deal with a media player that doesn't have proper codec support.
Librettos are the shit, I've got a GPRS modem for mine so I can use IRC on the go.
I've been there OP.
Best device for me is Asus 900 and its iterations. Small but big enough for decent keyboard. Real keyboard, not one of thumb monstrosity. Atom processor is underpowered but still strong enough for simpler distro or windows xp/7 installation. Can be riced with ram or SSD. Is build like a particular solid plastic brick.
Also, cheap. Aftermarket batteries are still present on Ebay
My 70ct with ebay battery goes for two hours.
This. This is awesome. I would go with Jornada or Palm 5mx. Better keyboards.
Oh, I wanted to get one of those when they came out but specs were so lackluster even back then. pity really.
I wasn't sure if they'd gotten shit working on the CB2 outside of Crouton yet. Good to hear, that'll probably be what I end up buying when my Chinkpad inevitably dies. I only got it last year, but it was a used X200s.
Maximum comfy, can't wait for pyra tho
It's a Nec MobilePro 900
However, a x-series Thinkpad is arguably the most comfy thing to shitpost from.
Actually I take that back, the OpenPandora (soon to be Pyra) is the most comfy thing to post from.
This bastard if only it wasn't so expensive
not my screen. its an lcd panel, and instead of a proper backlight, its using an incandescent bulb and probably a piece of paper as a diffuser
Exactly how usable nowdays are the older netbooks with processors worse than the Atom N270 such as the Celeron Ms and VIAs? Can you watch videos on Youtube on them? Can you even do normal browsing without it lagging like hell? Looking at benchmarks, the processors seem to be significantly weaker than a single core from my smartphone from 2012 with the Atom N270 being comparable to one core.
I like the Dell 910 better than those.
Same processor, same resolution, smaller screen so better DPI. Doesn't look like a 4-year old's play toy, but at 9" the keyboard is a little cramped. I still like the 9" because I already have several "real" laptops and the whole point of this is to be small. I'd love it if I could find cheap, usable computers at the 7" or 5" size but they don't seem to exist.
The 910 takes rare half-size, PATA-over-mPCI drives so if that ugly HP thing takes full size drives that's a point in it's favor. If you're looking for a 10.1" netbook I'd recommend one of the later asus eee pc's like the 1015 series.
If all you want is a strict shitposting machine, you can get by with 128 MB if you want. I regularly post from an NT4 box with 128 MB and a Powerbook with 192 MB, 4chan with JS off eats next to nothing and I can handle around 5-10 tabs. Of course I wouldn't recommend that, I'm just saying it's perfectly doable.
With JS on, 512 MB will get you by, I usually like to have 1 GB though, my P4 boxes can handle 30+ tabs of 4chan and other primarily textual sites just fine.
With shitty web players? Don't know, I'd trust them about as far as I can throw them, I don't really watch videos enough to have good experience on the subject though.
I've used dell 910's with 512, 1gb, and 2gb. 2gb DDR2 is cheap as hell at this point so there's no real reason to go with less.
Just get a model that's not soldered on (most of them) and swap it out for like $10-$15.
With linux, ublock, ublock origin chan posting works just fine. Just don't try to browse some cuckscript, web 2.0 shitfest like the verge with a stock browser
>most UMPC's that have x86 components are very old and are hard to find, and have poor battery life
>most android phones have broadcom hardware which makes it impossible to use wifi/bt
The form factor is dead. Which is a shame, because right now the technology advanced enough for it to be viable.
Like this quadcore Atom SoC has the performance of a C2D laptop using 2-4W of power.
There are also a lot of small phone/phablet/tablet screens around that size too.
Fujitsu P2110 owner here. do NOT get anything with a Transmeta, you will be sorry.
look into an Acer Aspire One 150. they run Linux okay and will take an SSD just fine. just make sure to upgrade the RAM to 1.5GB.
My Fujitsu Lifebook P1630 was pretty good. Had a pretty weak processor (C2D SU9300) and 2GB of RAM but was pretty snappy with an SSD.
It was pretty decent overall with an 8.9" resistive touchscreen at 1280x800, stylus and trackpoint. Battery usually lasted 2-3 hours with the 3-cell and 4-5 with the 6-cell.
Also, that's a nice Windows XP theme, what's the name?
YOU WANT INTEL ATOM X5 HARDWARE
ITS A 2-WATT CPU WITH AMAZING POWER FOR ITS SIZE
VIRTUALLY ALL INTEL ATOM X5 SYSTEMS RUN OFF 5V USB POWER (2A)
THIS MEANS THEY ARE COMPATIBLE WITH ALL THE BATTERY POWER BANKS AND SOLAR CHARGING SYSTEMS DESIGNED FOR MOBILE PHONES AND TABLETS. ANKER MAKES SOME GREAT SHIT
THE INTEL ATOM X5 CAN ALSO FUCKING PLAY GAMES.
TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF ITS POWER, IT CAN RUN SKYRIM AT ABOVE 30FPS WITH MINIMUM SETTINGS. THIS IS AMAZING FOR A 2 WATT CPU. MANY MODERN GAMES ARE PLAYABLE AND ALL THE OLDER GAMES ARE FULLY PLAYABLE.
THE ATOM X5 CHERRY TRAIL COMES WITH INTEL HD GRAPHICS
AND THE ENTIRE ARCHITECTURE IS 14nm BROADWELL
SO FAR I AM WAITING FOR A CHINA 2in1 TABLET TO BE DELIVERED IN THE MAIL. THE MODEL IS CHUWEI Hi10
ITS A SHAME BRAND NAME COMPANIES DONT MAKE THESE
YOUR ONLY MAINSTREAM OPTIONS ARE ASUS AND TOSHIBA AND THEY ARE OVERPRICED SHIT (ESPECIALLY THE ASUS)
THIS IS ALL BECAUSE MICROSOFT CONTROLS THE HARDWARE INDUSTRY AND THEY WANT THE CHERRY TRAIL ATOM TO BE SOME EXCLUSIVE SHIT TO THE SURFACE
THERE IS NO OTHER REASON WHY THE INTEL X5 ATOM IS NOWHERE ELSE ON THE MARKET
ITS AN AMAZING PROCESSOR
Amazon Fire 7, I got one for $35 but it's a worth it even for $50. Fire OS is shit, but if you flash it with Cyanogenmod or SlimLP, it's perfect. Build quality is decent and I'm not worried about damaging or losing it for this price.
Dude after you get the keyboard dock you are already pushing $300 and the thing gets like 3 hours of battery life.
From the reviews the touchscreens are unresponsive, you can't change the OS, and its too buggy to play video games.
But yeah enjoy your chinkshit.
>tfw this thread made me dig out an Aspire One and try to revive it
Don't know whether I should stick XP embedded on it or maybe Debian, or a BSD. Any of them sound alright for shitposting and X forwarding StarOffice from my server.
How was the battery life on these things, though?
Why get a shitty low power machine when you can get a used thinkpad (or any decent brand/model) for less? You can find a X201 for as little as 100 dollars in decent shape.
A chromebook is basically a netbook with chrome slapped on.
But x201 is just a small laptop. Anything over 10' is clunky and not really fitting into this thread, thou whatever rocks your boat. I use mine as normal laptop, while for comfy time i choose htc shift or yoga tablet. Nothing beats hot bath with multimedia support.
I guess if you put it that way a x201 would not meet the comfy factor, then again you can actually spill water on it. I use my samshit tablet in bath. Its good enough for watching series.
I can type pretty well with it. Compared to a touch screen device it's heaven. The shoulder buttons also function as shift and Ctrl. The Pyra will have 4 shoulder buttons so alt and fn will no longer be a problem.
That's bullshit. It's as easy as ever to quote multiple people in clover since the reply window doesn't cover the page. And when you go back to a pinned thread it leaves you where you left off when you closed it.
Could be kind of nice. Wish Apple would do a laptop with a screen this size and the A5X chip. Maybe they will once they migrate OS X to ARM and complete their return to the PowerPC years
Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called “Linux”, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project.
There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Linux is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called “Linux” distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.
> the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called “Linux” distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.
> the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called “Linux” distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.
My SP3 is supposedly supposed to mean "surface pro 3," but I know the real meaning. Shit Post 3.
You can find them used for pretty decent prices now since rich retards buy them and they all think they need the SP4, even though the incremental features aren't worth it at all unless you're using the pen as an artist (in which case you're a retard), or need a fingerprint scanner to unlock your porn collection because it's that fucked up.
>no good keyboard phones out right now like the Nokia E7
All the normalfags are using MacBooks and iPads too, don't you want to get with the times and join the revolution, anon? Or are you going to keep being a retarded grandpa with your fuck huge desktop and laptop?
holyfuck. 2 watts at 5 volts means 400 mA, 3-4 AA batteries in a series would give you 5 volts and according to wikipedia AA batteries can provide 400-3400 mAh depending on the type of battery. Meaning this thing could run for 1-8.5 hours off 4 AA batteries while you're playing Cock of Doody.
Checking into it now. I looked it up and realized that the old early 2000s Toshiba Satellite laptop I have sitting around has a Celeron processor that benchmarks similarly to the Intel N270 (though only 256 MB of RAM), so I'm going to throw a lightweigh Linux distro on it and make sure it's enough before I go out and buy something.
>weighs like a brick
I have an X200s, nerd. Literally weighs the same amount as a Macbook Air. It's just thicker because it actually can dissipate heat and has a really damn solid build.
yeah, but its really the best option on the market
and you dont know shit about the chuwi hi10 nigger, stfu
have you visited the forums?
lots of shit gets fixed through firmware updates and the devs keep up with the community in the most broken hilarious chinese english
the hi10 costs 180$ off one of those china buy sites
but the keyboard does cost 47$ on ebay if you cant find it on the china sites
>tfw Windows 8.1 tablet in smartphone form factor will never happen
>big ass screen
>modern phone with keyboard
>mfw i have to choose between paying for rent or an awesome phone
I had one of the old versions of that, never knew they made an android version.
It had a lovely keyboard though with an immense battery life though. Pity about the plastic screen front, lack of 3g at the time and I have no idea what shitty samsung OS it ran at the time. I could just text like a motherfucker on it.
Huh, just looked this up and apparently the OpenBSD mirrors don't give out packages for ARM based machines anymore.
That sucks, sounds like installing anything on it would be fucking hell since you'd have to use ports, unless you have another more powerful ARM based machine to build packages on.
I'd love to find one of these, it may have been lackluster at the time but the Pentium II PE is still a great chip and if you work within its limits it would be a great general offline use system.
i had one recently that i gave to my nice, pretty good little machine. its durable and the back handle is really handy, great battery life, my only complaint is the mushy keyboard.
Used pic related back in college. Not super comfortable because small keyboard but still one of the few "pocket" computers.
going strong on 10 years now, though the fans scream something ridiculous. pretty much have to always listen to music while using it
The Pixel C is pretty nice. Currently typing up this shitpost on one with the folio keyboard.
this thread made me finally get this acer shitbook I've had laying around forever and actually do something with it
not quite the immaculate X terminal I was expecting, but it's still not bad, fine for funposting
touchpad is total garbage though 2bh
might do exactly that, was originally trying to make it look like my Solaris/CDE VM I run on my desktop for remote access but I gave up after the icon sets and window decorations didn't really mesh well and none of the themes I saw really looked good
OpenBox is pretty nice, I think I'll give it a go on here.
Not a bad idea, anon. This is pretty nice just for a quick uni-tasking session like checking email, note taking or web surfing. I'll save Xfce for editing/testing clusterfuck shell scripts.
Well, I'm posting from that Toshiba Satellite and it isn't fun at all. Currently using Firefox with uMatrix under Windows XP as I can't find remember which of the 20+ floppy images I have is the boot image that will allow me to boot from USB as I don't have any blank CDs sitting around. Text input is lagging slightly with only this page open and scrolling is horrible. Overall it's almost unusable.
not sure what it will do with the resolution though, it seems one of the desktopfriends who tried it had it working with widescreen displays out of the box without a problem, Solaris CDE for sure won't tolerate any "unorthodox" (non 5:4 or 4:3) resolutions.
I'm also just a lazy piece of shit and I don't feel like building it, maybe I'll try it some other time
Got Puppy linux on it and it still runs like shit, probably because Firefox was trying to use about 500 MB of RAM and the laptop only has 256 MB. Had minimal page file usage on Windows XP though (less than 60 MB).
i shitpost with a slatebook x2 and clover. pretty small almost netbook size till has extra usb and hdmi port...trackpad and touchscreen around 200 on ebay right now. 1080p in case anyone gives a shit.
storage is shit unless you slap a micro sd and standard sd in that bitch. but that shits cheap.
Two gigs of ram plus non ssd version swapped with real ssd makes them fast enough for windows 7 and many, many open tabs in any browser of choice. Applies to other netbooks from that time based on intel platform. As a plus, I think Acer came with ridicusly long battery run times, somewhere around eleven hours? They are still awesome devices.
Recently found this gem in my parent's basement while cleaning out. It's a shame the battery is such a piece of shit.
I would pay anything for vaio P or this with modern ulv i5/i7 + 8GB ram + 250gb ssd + high res touchscreen
Yeah, basically every highschool gave them away to students, it was some gov plan. I think they still do.
They were basically the same as >>52696416
but assembled and rebranded here.
You guys are all up your own asses with your ridiculous legacy mini-PCs, and nobody thinks to get a god damn iPad with a keyboard. It's the easiest to find, it's the best supported, and it's got good battery life so you can shitpost all day.
You fags astound me sometimes.
how much for this its a cd player vaio +manual book pcg n505x and an i link port from some years ago i might be having still the notebook somewhere but did not find yet...
well i found it.
its working and 3.4 gb
Asus C201 with libreboot, TL-WN722N and debian8+gnu-libre+xfce is *very* comfy.
Nice and light, gets slightly warm, no-where near enough to roast your nuts, and has 8 to 10 hours on battery.
Except the iPad will cost a few times as much and your portable keyboard options will be limited to shitty keyboard cases that isn't suitable for use on anything that isn't a table.
>keyboard cases suck shit; have separate batteries, charger cables and you can't use them in your lap
>fuckhuge form factor that's no better than just using an X200 in the first place
>piece of shit toy mobile operating systems
>shit battery life if you actually use your device
Did it this way for a full year, even running a full desktop operating system on them via RDPing into a Windows server was lackluster and a shitty replacement for an actual subnotebook/UMPC, plus tablets in general are for gigantic faggots. Not that you'd expect the average /g/ consumertard to actually know the shit they're sperging on about. It's new and invented by Apple, so it must be great, right???
You fags astound me sometimes.
size + tablet mode does it for me
I just bought this 11" thing at my local best buy for $135
the keyboard sucks compared to any thinkpad but the battery life is incredible and it just werks
X60 and Xperia play. Hopefully the Pocket C.H.I.P. will be able to replace the X60 when it shows up.
If you use CFW you can use a homebrew browser that isn't total shit.
Yes, but it only supports WPA-TKIP, not AES, and only 802.11b.
Honestly I've never tried browsing on it for too long, I have the extended battery door with the original psp battery so that extends the usage time also.
I have the 1001, but I use this one more because it fits my hands better.
u mad bro?
The X60 is cute as shit. Picked it up a while back for $40 bucks, Havent regretted it for a second. And the Pocket C.H.I.P. just looks like a nice machine to have, couldn't help but buy it. Way better than spending $200 on a legacy palmtop.
Some Chinese group is making a Windows 10 gaming handheld. It will probably be an amazing portable PC.
im getting tired of shilling the intel atom X series, i sound like a broken record
maybe is /g/ wasnt full of chinese nigger anime shills with bullshit generic threads with shitty retarded anime all over it, then you idiots would actually know this shit
atom X5 is some exclusive shit that was never really adopted by the mainstream comps, because the surface3 uses that shit and basically microsoft controlls the market.
you dont need a retarded handheld gimmick for gaming though.
you can just buy an 8inch tablet like a normal person if size really matters and buy the keyboard to slap it on. because nobody seriously games in public with a handheld, thats just fucking dumb.
the atom X plays all the good PC games, tons of shit. its not just for emulating shitty nostalgic sony ps1 crap
>Surface Pro 2 with the extended battery keyboard
Jest be aware that the SP2 with the battery cover is fucking heavy. It's also thick. I have one and I don't like carrying it around, I'm probably going to grab a SP3 or 4 and use that instead.
Yes, it's a thinkpad model. The X60 was released in 2006, it's got a 12.1" display, 4:3 aspect ratio, yadda yadda. It's a decent machine for carrying around and shit posting. Gets a little toasty if you stream video though.
this looks like a toy pyra (which looks like a toy umid mbook (which looks like a toy nec mobile pro)). But I want one because muh x86. Just hope they select a wifi chip supported by loonix.
thinkpad x is perfect. I would like a UMPC too but they're kind of dead. at this point if you buy one you're overpaying for old specs and the novelty. looking forwards to x260 and like 15 hours battery life