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  1. but they're really not. anyone who takes two additional seconds to look at the Buds can tell they /aren't/ Airpods, even when someone else is wearing them.
  2. ---------------------------------------------- Summary CBP officers at JFK proudly announce on Twitter that they were able to confiscate counterfeit Apple airpods... except they were Oneplus Buds. Quotes My thoughts Mostly LOL. Your tax dollars at work, ladies and gentlemen. Sources https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/13/21435637/us-cbp-counterfeit-airpods-oneplus-buds-mixup
  3. I would love the Razer Blade Stealth, just to wave it in my brother's face going "nya nya nya nya nya" congratulations on 3M subscribers!
  4. there is no GPU. Intel onboard graphics, and yes the drivers are updated.
  5. it's just the most utterly mystifying thing! I mean, yes sure, I can restart my laptop x infinity until the resolution corrects itself but I don't feel that's really addressing the issue. would love to find out what even gives.
  6. Hi LTT forums. help? I own a Lenovo ideapad U310 with a supposed display resolution of 1366x768. For some reason, it refuses to read this resolution and the display maxes out at 1280x800, leaving me with an unusable black strip to the right of the screen. This resolution also means I can only see a millimeter of the taskbar. It's running Windows 10 64-bit, and I've tried everything - updated the graphics driver, performed a full reset, etc. Nothing's working, and I really don't think it's the graphics drivers, since the display is already askew from the BIOS screen. I'll attach a couple of photos for reference. Any insight would be so very appreciated! Love from the Philippines.
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