Experience with Playstation VR
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Let me start from the conclusion: it's always important to have backup gear in case of the running gear failed.
I just realized that there's an option on the BIOS of my Dell Precision M6600 laptop called "NVIDA with Optimus". Out of curiosity, I turned it on, and that caused quite some pain to me, becuase the laptop has bitlocker turned on. That means every minor change on the BIOS will force me to enter bitlocker passphrase again. Also I experienced some system lagging and hanging every once in a while, and while I don't know if those were caused by the "NVIDA with Optimus" feature, that was the last thing I changed. Plus after I turned it off, the lagging problem seems to go away, so yeah, the feature is dead to me now.
My office laptop has quad core processor, and used to run in a speedy performance. Recently, however, I found that the machine becomes pretty darn slow. After de-fragmented a few times, and the speed were improved at all. So I started look into the issue.
Now that I successfully resurrect ThinkPad X60T, I was thinking of using it as the Windows Media Center based DVR and use S12 to be my daily use computer. But then merely by using S12 for less than a minutes, it's slowness reminds me all the frustration I had with S12. That's right. This piece of shit Lenovo S12 has almost no value except being a Windows Media Center DVR.
My ThinkPad X60T was in the closet pending to be fixed for almost a year because of a problem: when I tried to start it up, the fan will tried to spin up a bit, but eventually stopped, and resulting a "Fan Error" message on the screen while the system eventually shut down.
As much as I tried to trust the cloud to be there when I need to access content, there are situations when I prepare grabbing what I want to consume offline so that I know for sure that the content is there when I want it.