Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Jan 2012 20:10 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems The news I've seen coming out of the Consumer Electronics Show this year isn't particularly breathtaking or awe-inspiring. Phones, tablets, faster, thinner, yes, yes, we've all been here before. There is one piece of news, however, that stands out from the crowd. The best-selling TV maker in the US, Vizio, is entering the PC market. Stunning designs for both laptop and all-in-one - and buried deep within the press release lies the creamy nougaty centre that makes me want to buy one even more: a Windows 7 install optimised by Microsoft, free of crapware.
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by zima on Thu 12th Jan 2012 02:30 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: LMAO"
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Yeah it's like driving in India. You would think it doesn't work but it does.

Yeah, and actual statistic say something completely different...

BTW: a buddy, who spent some time there, not only maintains that he would never dare driving in India, instead opting to at most be a passenger driven around by a local & in relatively "armoured" car - he also preferred to do that (passenger thing) only after two of three drinks. One might call it "force" I guess.

Edited 2012-01-12 02:31 UTC

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