I have a dell venue pro 8, When I am using 2.4ghz and BT (also 2.4ghz) I have issues with one or the other dropping out however when I use 5ghz for wifi I dont have this issue. Any chance that this will happen on the Pyra as it would be annoying to be stuck with 2.4ghz if it interferes with the BT.
It wont play many high end games but it should just about get acceptable frame rates on many older games. There are many videos on youtube of Dell venue pros paying games from portal 2 to skyrim on low/medium settings so I expect this to be able to do the same.
I was going to buy that but have...
You will love it, Im going away next week and Im actually looking forward to the 6 hour plane journey as I know my Pandora will make it through the few hours at the airport + plane journey playing some classic PSX.
Congrats on your buy.
Well its a few seconds every day which can add up to minutes. :o Its also really convient in a few years I expect to see wireless charging tables and such in coffee shops. Although no doubt the standards will have changed by then.
Also less wear and tear on the ports.
I would love it as an option, even just a diy option, being able to put tech down on my desk (with wireless charging pads stuck under it) and it to be fully charged next day is something I didnt think I would use but love on my Nokia Lumia 920.
Pretty annoyed with myself, Finally got around to ordering my case bits from ED but I forgot to order a battery lid, does anyone in UK have a spare? I dont really want to have to pay for shipping ETC from ED shop again.
I have an oculus rift dev kit for sale.
I am after after £235 + p&p sale as I paid for it, these go for more on the bay but I am hoping to avoid bad sellers etc by offering here first.
Collection from lancaster Uk is also possible. Anyone interested
Yeh but mirroring mode wont maintain his native tv resolution will it (unless they are both the same)
Steam by default will open big picture on the primary desktop (where start menu is) right click desktop and click screen resolution (or properties depending on windows version) and in there...