Tag: hardware

My Laptop Review: 6 Months Later

I’ve written a bunch of articles regarding my experience with my new laptop. I think we’ve finally come halfway through it’s warranty period, and I wanted to share some insights after extensive daily usage. At the price point at which I got this machine – $800 in early 2021, it was just too damn expensive, …

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The LibreKrsnah Laptop

Okay! It’s time to discuss the LibreKrsnah laptop. The LibreKrsnah laptop is a concept laptop that is supposed to be the best laptop ever! I’ve had this article on my mind for quite some time, so it’s best to get it out of my head. I’m gonna call this the LibreKrsnah Laptop 0.1 Alpha. Size: …

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More Laptop Problems

So, recently my laptop has randomly displayed a blank screen in the middle of my work, out of nowhere. Pressing any keys does nothing. I have to press the power button to shut down the laptop and boot it again. I’m not sure how common of a problem this is. I’ve never experienced such an …

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Linux Nerds: Don’t Buy An AMD/NVIDIA Laptop

Do you love Linux? I love Linux. But Linux has a problem. Well, there are 2 problems. One, you cannot access the NVIDIA X Server Settings. And two, the laptop reboots with the screen at maximum brightness. Supposedly this has something to do with Linus Torvald’s new screen brightness scheme. But I’m blaming this on …

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Framework Laptop – The King Of Modular Design

Okay! I was planning to write an article about the LibreKrsnah Laptop – the greatest laptop to be ever designed. But then I stumbled onto a YouTube video showcasing “Framework’s fully modular laptop”. I’ve talked about the Fairphone in one of my previous articles. It’s a fully modular phone with a great design. I fully …

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