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I use a small HP, which has card port for SD, two USB ports and an HDMI port as well. I think it cost me a bit north of $200. Intel Celeron processor, Emmc storage. Not a big machine, but very convenient.
We tried a HP desktop but my wife couldn't stand the noise ! It had wire legs which I think may have transmitted the sound to our wooden table . I couldn't hear a thing ! I'm a bit deaf !
Our new Acer has 2 USB ports and some other new fangled ports which we don't have a use for . We use one USB for our mouse so that doesn't leave much else .
 

PeteXXX

Cake or ice cream? The choice is endless ...
Location
Hamtun
On this morning's ride, there was a road sweeper clearing up the autumn leaves from one of my regular bike paths today!!
It was the same path that I asked the driver if it was possible to sweep all the resurfacing stones off last year. Maybe it's now on the Council ToDo list ^_^
 

postman

Legendary Member
Location
,Leeds
Needing fresh air and exercise I decided to mix both together and clean some windows.Conservatory inside and out.Patio doors both sides,back door,outside kitchen window and front bay window.Well to say it was a pain I was so slow,and I am unfit.But I Got the exercise and fresh air needed.
 
Very mild, sunny and very breezy here chez Casa Reynard.

Although the latter may be down to the quantity of peas consumed yesterday... :laugh:

Anyways, I have done a load of laundry, put away a load of stuff that I didn't do last week cos it was too cold, potatoes have been peeled and the crock pot is locked and loaded with the filling for tonight's beef and onion pie.

While doing that, I have been thinking about how to build the upper wishbones for the Higman. I might have a possible solution, but until I try a prototype, I won't know if it will work. The problem I have is that a) I don't have clear pictures of the component and b) they are structural, so I have to make sure they won't break.

Anyways, it's almost lunchtime and I have a hungry. :hungry:
 

fossyant

Ride It Like You Stole It!
Location
South Manchester
We tried a HP desktop but my wife couldn't stand the noise ! It had wire legs which I think may have transmitted the sound to our wooden table . I couldn't hear a thing ! I'm a bit deaf !
Our new Acer has 2 USB ports and some other new fangled ports which we don't have a use for . We use one USB for our mouse so that doesn't leave much else .
My wife treated herself to this..

Acer Zen Book Duo, after her old work machine was touch - very nice it is too. Well Jealous.

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You'll have HDMI and the new USB C which you might not recognise.
 

Oldhippy

Über Member
Well, that's the bulk of stuff moved. A chesterfield sofa and few other bits from the fabulous charity Emmaus and from Friday I'm living and working by the seaside. All I have to do on the weekend is unpack everything!
 

Speicher

Vice Admiral
Moderator
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The house is a complete mess everywhere. It is cold from having the the doors and windows open to circulate fresh hair, and there is a horrible smell of paint.

Bob is very discombobulated, Kizzy not so much. I cannot relax on the sofa and watch tv this evening cos of all the covers on the furniture in there.
Instead I have an exciting (not) Zoo meeting tonight. I managed two hours out in the garden, before running the risk of getting swept by the icy wind in the direction of some hills.
 
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