Originally Posted by DTOG
Here is one I found:
http://www.caloptic.com/eusb.html CalOptic USB 2.0 Slim Enclosure. Says no power supply needed.
Definitely a nice idea, but the only place I found it, was charging around $100 dollars after shipping!
Yikes... Can't imagine why this would be so expensive... the battery I guess?
Hmm... not sure what I was thinking either. I had thought that the reviewer had used the i9300 pictures, but I was wrong, didn't realize that the e1705 looked exactly the same, I was thinking that the e1705 was a color like the m1710. After getting my i9300, don't want to get buyers remorse, so I try not to look at pics of new laptops... heh
Well, like I said, I wish I could do the same.
If you are extremely unscrupulous, you can always save the $20 and get it from a decent torrent site.
I suggest paying for it... I played it, and then my brother finished it... 2 x $10 movie tickets worth.
Originally Posted by Vesuvan
I wonder how my XPS Gen 2 or someone elses 1710 would look hooked up to a 50" Plasma screen? Would there be resolution issues? Can it connect using standard DVI or would I have to get a HD adapter? I plan on getting a nice quality LCD or Plasma TV this X-mas.
P.S. PC's own Consoles. Period.
In order to get the most out of PC on big screen technology, it's best to get a display that is capable of...
So, this guy showed how to upgrade from a x1400 video card to a 7800go. NOOB! Go to the 7900GTX, and unsolder that post! Shows how much research he did... he just copied the pictures from the i9300 manual!
It always amazes me that people can make a living doing websites like this one... (Wish I could do the same. )