Does a computer tower attached to the top of the ceiling with hard drives hanging out count as a safety hazard?
Or, at least how to turn an iPad mini into the shape of a laptop.
There the carrot and then there is the stick. This guy (or gal) went for the hammer.
Company orders $300,000 computer. To save $4,000 on that order, VP of engineering does not order critical parts like cables.
This laptop is missing most of the keys on its keyboard.
Before Razer came on the scene, every gaming laptop MSI released was huge and clunky with serious battery life problems. However, that’s all in the past now since the company announced a new 17-inch gaming laptop that is dubbed a...
Having a heater pointed at your computer is not a good idea.
...According to Speccy, anyway.
As the tech from support said: computers run on electricity, not magic -- removing the battery without plugging in AC power will force the computer to turn off.
In 1979, a 250MB drive was 550 lbs. Today, we can store 16GB in a microSD card that weighs less than 1 gram.
Moral of this story: just because it is in the shape of a CD does not necessarily mean it will work inside a computer.
This stand allows you to lay in bed on your back while using your laptop.
"Well, you said it was overheating, so I poured water on it to cool it down!"
My guess is the Apple Store can't repair that.
I'll give you a clue: it involves restarting.