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Why aren't modular upgradeable laptops standard yet?

It's 2017. Laptops should be as upgradeable as desktops already. It's not hard to create an industry standard where you slot in and out the main parts like CPU, GPU, RAM.
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>>61986932
i know right? i mean when the radiator in your car breaks down you just have to buy a new car instead of replacing the radiator. if you can afford one car you surely can afford to buy it again. all of these faggets ITT needs to stop being poor.
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>>61979181

t. bernie bro who knows 0 about business
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>>61978875
As others have stated this used to be the way things were. You need to go back 10 years..
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>>61979181
how is it shill to point out how economics work
if it's not profitable they probably won't bother
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>>61978875
CPU upgrades require full chipset upgrades more often than not
laptop models are annual and trying to keep backwards compatibility would be a nightmare
laptop externals aren't exactly made of anything special or sturdy

as well as like a billion other problems

Why are HDD prices plummeting like crazy lately?
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>>61987948
Are you retarded? You can just open it up and take it out from inside.
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>>61987574
Because computers and laptops are getting outdated. The world functions on tablets and mobile phones now. Not many households use a computer anymore... So less demand. The only people who really use a computer are offices
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>>61987948
t. Ken M
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>>61987982
>>61988004
Many of them are specifically designed so that you can't do that. Non-standard internal connections
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>>61988322
Many people report getting WD Red drives inside these

I'd like a low power Bluetooth device to which my phone can pair for smart (un)locking. Know a really cheap one?
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>>61988333
Botnet
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>>61988379
The botnet requires me to pay a subscription for continued Bluetooth service. I'd like a one-time purchase.

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Win10 on desktop, OSX on Laptop, FreeNAS on server and Android on phone here
Each has its advantages and drawbacks but I like how they're all optimized for their specific use tbqh
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>>61984596
PS4
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>>61984405
macOS + Windows 10 LTSB (hackintosh)
iOS on Phone
FreeBSD on laptop
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Debian on laptop
Win7 on desktop (only for games)
Debian on server
Pfsense on router
Android on phone
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PC - Hackintosh (10.12.6 Sierra), Windows 10, Linux Mint Xfce 18.2
Phone - Flyme OS (Android)
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Windows 8.1 on desktop
Debian on laptop
Android on phone

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Why aren't you using Opera right now?
>all chrome extension support
>free unlimited vpn
>pop out player for videos
>can disable home phoning features
>modern UI
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UwU
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>>61986675
Closed source means automatic "no" for me. I'd use Chromium or Brave before I would use Opera.
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>>61986752
OwO
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>>61986717
>There's no reason to use it at all over a freedom respecting browser.
please verify this with some examples and also please do not mention Chrome, Chromium or Furfox
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>>61986786
Is the Brave adware platform open source?

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Smart... Not even smart... Genius!
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>>61987630
>ASUS strix 980Ti and it's really loud when it's running at 100%

wtf?

I have that exact card in my shit airflow case and it's literally silent, even when playing games, never goes above 60% fan
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Fuck that I just put a 240mm Corsair aio on it with the Nzxt bracket. Going to replace the little 80mm fan with a noctua.
Hitting 21050 firestrike graphics score. Too bad about Vega I was gonna sell for the 64 so I could freesync but now I'm looking at a 11gbps 1080.
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>>61987850
they do keep the temps in check, so why would they backfire on me? They get plenty of airflow and I even tested it with thermocouple strapped onto the VRMs, which never exceeded 80C.
Your block covers the exact same area as my heatsinks do. Chokes get airflow too so they don't need their own heatsinks.
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>>61987630
oh good you're not one of those bland cultists who probably reeee'd when they saw the meshify c
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>>61987197
I have the Gigabyte GTX 1070 Mini.

Haven't had temp issues, but I'm absolutely anal about noise. Might consider doing it.

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Is there some kind of series on parts, how they are made, purpose, and evoliution? Car parts, mechanisms and so on.
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>>61984721
Thought OP pic was a washing machine
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>>61985120

Same man
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Try YouTube. Search for 'how it's made', 'how it works' and channels like AvE and Clickspring
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>>61984651
Those wires are juicy and make my pebis hard.
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>>61985516
> this
/thread

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Post'em
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>>61982476
How long does it take to get used to that disgusting keyboard?
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>>61978768

matte screen, magsafe and ports other than tb3 and I'd buy one. until then it is trash
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>>61978737
>>61980732
>>61982347
>>61982592
>>61984281

>good looking tech
>posts ugly tech
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/g/ approved music players?
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I will never forget my J3.

This player was legendary and still holds a cult status. I dropped it while running for the bus and it broke.

I know you will give me the audiophile meme treatment and I agree that 'audiophiles' tend to be retards who hear things that don't exist, but I swear to god, pick up any good Cowon player that has BBE and turn on the MP setting (which stands for MP3 enhancement mode) and tell me it doesn't sound good.

Unfortunately these fuckers sell their players for a fortune.
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>>61976294
I like mine just because of the MicroSD slot and being able to play OGG. Everything else including the interface and controls are absolutely cancer.
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>>61984618
yes it supports FLAC, its has rockbox support so just install it and away you go you have all the features you want.

Supports up to 128Gb sd cards x2.

Solidly built, sounds great for the money, I cant fault it.
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I was about to buy an xduoo x2 but seems like too many people online have issues with it.

Just sucked it up and paid for a shanling m1. Hoping I like it.
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I prefer streaming apps these days but tablets are too big. What's small like a phone but good for using tidal or spotify?

Will USB type C ever take off?
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>>61986564
>micro usb shits the bed at 4 years and is flimsy garbage
Of course it is, noone is denying that.
But mini was EVEN WORSE. The early versions lasted at most for 1000 insertions, which was later fixed with a minor redesign, but wast still pretty bad.
Micro USB, on the other hand, is easier to handle improperly - some people are hamfisted enough to insert it upside down. But treated properly, it will last at least 2x longer than a mini USB of similar quality
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>>61980370
Probably, but I think it'll take a few years before it becomes anything near commonplace.
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>>61980945
What about thunderbolt? How does that fit in?
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>>61986790
I didn't have a problem with mini, myself. Micro is so god awful that I would prefer to use lighting. And no, lightning is not a good port, I just wanted to stress how fucking horrid Micro is. It never should have been adopted.
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Yes.

Is the Purism Librem a meme or what? Why do I have to spend so much fucking $$$ to get a supposedly secure computer?
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Because someone went out of his way to order non-mass produced or irregular components.
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>>61986308
I like dis

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Hey gentopan, I need to enable both dnssec and dnscrypt on my router but once I download dnsmasq-full i lose access to the interwebz.
I tried pasting this part from the old dhcp file into the new one generated after I get the dnsmasqfull package:
option leasefile '/tmp/dhcp.leases'
option resolvfile '/etc/resolv-crypt.conf'
# option noresolv 1
list server '127.0.0.1#5353'
list server '127.0.0.1#5959'
list server '127.0.0.1#5858'
list server '/pool.ntp.org/8.8.8.8'

But no luck so far. Can someone just show me his dhcp file so I can see what am I doing wrong? Oh and yes the resolvers I'm using support dnssec. Ty.
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>>61987482
You didn't bother to get the best ending? Why are you even here you goddamn casual?
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>that reflection
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>>61986452
c-cute feet
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>>61987494
I deletd windows
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>>61987403
What game is that?

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How much more autistic can you get than the crowd at LTX?

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What's a reliable/stable distro for college? I'm going in like a week for CS.

Also general distribution discussion thread.
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Arch
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>>61985958
Linux mint is pretty gud its sleek and can run off usb
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>>61985958
Devuan, definitely go for Devuan. Is stable and a with a lot of packages. All the tools you're gonna use are there and all the DEs you want.

Also >>61986070
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The latest stable version of Debian or preferably latest Ubuntu LTS.
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If you don't have Gentoo or Arch the profs will make fun of you and you won't be able to get any references for internships
I know one guy who got away with Debian but he was ranked really high in LoL so they let it slide

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>install windows 10
>use the transparency
>only parts of the taskbar use transparency, it looks bad

is osx the only operating system that knows how to use transparency
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Why does every trap locon draws look the same? Is it because he reached perfection?
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>>61987845
They're all based on himself
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>>61987845
kaname is a recurring character in it's own series, there's at least 6 volumes already
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>>61987845
>>61987908
locon is a middleaged female
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>>61987406
>uses transparecy
>ever



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