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I bought the cheapest new desktop computer I could find on Amazon. Things didn't go well.
I got a tablet with almost exact same specs for $65 USD... it was a good deal so I bought 2. It even dual booted android with Windows 10 (full version). Chuwi Hi8 Pro FTW. Unfortunately I think they stopped production so it costs twice as much now for anyone that didn't get the sale price :(
because you haven't left your mothers basement in 30 something years you forgot how humans sounded likeso now when you hear someone talk you get irritated your pretty much a human that doesn't enjoy human
I know the Intel Atom CPUs have less computing power than a potato but part of the problem might have been that most of these mini computers run on a 3 amp USB power supply and most power banks can only provide 2.1 or 2.4 amps at anywhere near 5 volts. The game might have been demanding enough to require all of that three amps to run on that computer. Whether the Guleek can run that game at all I think it would run Netflix or Hulu at low or medium quality settings, though -- considering I can do that on a nine year old Celeron 900 equipped laptop with only 2GB of RAM and the later Atoms score higher on PassMark than that Celeron does. You won't be running 1080p or 4K on it but unless you are using a 55 inch or larger screen that would be overkill anyway.
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A while back, a popular tech personality was talking performing all your financial tasks on a separate computer dedicated just for finance. No surfing, media. This sounds like it would be perfect for the job without blowing a lot of money. Thanks for a great video.
I was just recently looking at mini-PCs on amazon, circa $100, to use as a home server but i was worried that the CPUs were going to be underpowered in that price range.. I once used an ~8yr old tower that someone was trashing and that performed surprisingly well as a plex/vpn/torrent/network storage server, and i see people using raspberry pis successfully, but i donno, I just have a feeling that restoring an old busted laptop for the cost of $100 would be money better spent..
Hey Austin I need your help I want a budget pc so I decided to take advice from u I know u have videos on this topic but I don’t live in America or Canada I don’t got too many things to build I live in Pakistan 🇵🇰 as 1 dollar =100 RS so I dollar is not that much in America but it is in pakistan so I want advice me a budget pc in 10 or 15 thousand RS plz help me out I will really appreciate that and I don’t want gaming mouse or keybord plz plz plz plz help me out and like this comment when you will see this
Just buy a cheap tablet or laptop for crying out loud. If you need peripherals and a monitor it kills the portability anyway. Might as well get a $150ish Windows 10 tablet with the same specs or some grade of netbook or something.
I was about to write something in the vein of "Austin, if you are the sort of person who likes to keep a low profile, you probably shouldn't post video shot in such a recognizable public space." After all, that mural is really unique. Then I saw that his mailing address is posted in his about page, so he's probably not to concerned about it.