"EveryDay Carry", to my understanding.What's EDC?
which PS emulator did you try? i had lots of luck with ePSXe on x86 platforms.I can’t decide which Handheld Computer I wants to tale whit me every day: (as long I don’t have my Pyra)
The Pandora is great on Emulators: every Emulator works whitout problem because they got made for it
Whyle the GPD Win also works for Emulator, but they’re ar made for Big Computers
So on Pandora i have all the emulator I want to play (expect of Dreamcast, as it’s a CC First Batch Unit
On the contra side: the Pandora is pretty old, it’s got some issues whit the Display Background Light, and I ditnt God Bluetooth Audio to work..
And it’s runs whit max 800-900 mhz, so it’s a bit slow
The GPD Win is a relatively new Device (got I last year)
Whit a much faster CPU and it runs every Windows X86 Programm compatible whit Windows 10
So my 3D PC Games (Brütal Legend, Farming Simulator, Rigs of Rods, Elder Scrolls Oblivion, Fallout New Vegas, Garrys Mod, Spintires, Half Life 2 , Portal, Crysis etc works on the go, but I ditnt had much luck whit Emulators :
In fact: Gameboy/Gameboy Color , GBA, NES SNES and N64 works for me, I ditnt got PlayStation, DS and the Sega Systems to work..
Also it’s Batterie ditnt löst Long if I play these Windows 3D Games..
And it’s gets pretty warm, the Fan is notable noisily and it’s Keyboard isn’t that great..
So the GPD is a cool Handheld, but the Pandora/Pyra might be the Better EDC Solution
Clearly it is in defence of, or defending themselves from other offensive weaponry, such as the tacid use of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gombeen_man"EveryDay Carry", to my understanding.
Many people like to post photographs of their pockets' contents on t'webs, including:
r/EDC is the obvious collection of examples.
- Portable electronics
- Authentication tokens of various sorts (keys, payment cards)
- Stationary and writing materials
- Occupation-specific tools
- Offensive weapons
(No, don't ask me why Joe Bloggs needs to carry an offensive weapon. I don't think I could give a politically correct response...)
Not sure if I agree. Lot's of Japanese fights between robots level a whole city. So they have the "robot's are very dangerous" embedded. On certain aspects, like telling a robot "gambatte roboto-san" I can see the angle.Found an interesting article. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/421187/why-japanese-love-robots-and-americans-fear-them/