What ever happened to that technology? I was just handed a potential project that could use such things and – wham! – NewEgg, Amazon, BestBuy just don’t sell them. People what to pay real money for VR Goggles, problem is – no one sells them. Fascinating 🙂
Month: September 2006
New IBM/Lenovo T60p
Finally my brand new toy has arrived and I am spending enormous amount of time on moving stuff from two old 60GB hard drives to one new shiny 100GB drive. So far the system looks much better with 1600×1200 native screen resolution and Intel® Core Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz) plus 2GB of RAM.
By the way, speaking of RAM. Laptop refused to hibernate, giving me a “Insufficient System Resources Exist to Complete the API” error. Being a geek myself I immediately (as time permitted, ofcourse) googled the problem. One of the first results was this post that answered my question quickly and easily. It turned out that due to large amount of RAM installed (2GB) Windows kernel was unable to allocate enough resources to hibernate. Read it and weep.
After patching system seem to hibernate normally. 3:20am, I can go to hibernate myself for four hours. Finally.
AquaShield Spreads Out
New web site has been launched for one of the products of AquaShield – the Hard Top Safety Cover: 5 in 1. Aside from being a hard top safety cover it also can act as simple pool enclosure, winter cover, solar cover or debris cover. Good stuff, affordable too. Plus, it’s available as a telescopic screen top.
On a technical side – it’s a single page for now but they plan to add features as this line of product evolves. Stay tuned.