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Oh man - the environmentalists are not going to be happy about this one - the A4 in the processor name is actually for Atomic Mass of 4 - in other words Helium - that undergoes nuclear fusion to power the device - and if it gets too hot - it would have a core melt-down and no body wants that.
All he was saying is that there can be a significant difference between ambient temperature and the temperature of an object placed in direct sunlight.
Common sense - is all too uncommon these days.The latest iPad accessory: http://www.movincool.com/images/products/10/pic1_s.jpg generator not included
As Chocolate manufactures from around the world deny that their products suffer adverse affects from being exposed to temperature ranges outside that of an air conditioning living room - the M&M Mars corporation holds a press release to announce that ALL chocolate suffers from temperature related impact to their performance - which is why they have being including "Bumper Cases" on M&Ms candies including plain, peanut, pretzel, mini, and including various dark chocolate...
The same jackholes would likely have sued if instead of shutting down in high temperature - the iPad instead swelled to three times its thickness and oozed corrosive materials from the battery causing the user physical injury. and if THAT was the case - then MAYBE - they would have a basis - PROVIDED they were not exceeding the supported operating environment. Some of IBM's most recent documents for servers require that customers ensure their environments are low dust -...
Not only can the iPad not be treated "just like a book" in regards to reading outdoors in direct sunlight - but it fails to operate after being used to balance the short leg on a coffee table, a problem not suffered by a book. In further testing I have determined that while a book can be dropped form a 10 story building with little or no effect, the same is not true of the iPad - clearly Apple is perpetrating the single most blatant of all marketing inaccuracies ever in...
I use a Kensington Slim Blade with my TV attached Mini - it is basically an optical mouse with a scroll ball on top - that also has a mode where the ball on top works like a trackball instead - meaning no need to put it on a surface. The only downside is that my 65" TV is about 18 feet away - and the signal sensitivity relative to the mouse on screen at that distance when operating in 1080 mode often means the signal gets interrupted - which can be frustrating - not sure...
What about a stylus to use it like a Wacom digitizing tablet?
Yes - two to three weeks - because with enterprise equipment that is used to handle transactions such as cellular traffic that generate revenue for the company you don't just shut it off in the middle of the day. You have a change control process and change windows that have to be scheduled for the middle of the night and or weekends - and you have to do a backup before hand so that if something goes wrong you can revert. And they may even have temporary hardware that is...
I did not steal that Wired magazine from the news stand - I was only trying it before I buy it.
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