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Well, all of the proposed tests are interesting, I'm really curious for the iMac R9295XM test, and I'm really looking forward forward to your review at the LG G watch.

I would like to see more of those quick solutions for day-to-day and ghetto solutions for keep something running until I can give it proper attention (obviously, the next time it breaks and not a minute earlier)


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Slick.


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Either how to install Windows on a mac / Macbook

 

Or HP Stream 11 / HP Stream 14


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Hey guys,

Just want some community feedback on this. Most of these things are already in the queue to some degree. Just trying to prioritize...

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Yes, budget printers.


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Windows on mac

Microphones

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Not to mention, we need more of those "Stuff that doesn't suck", handy tech under $100 ( perhaps this time, handy techs under smaller prices.), and part 5 of watercooled room.


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Blue Yeti? It's not really new but its something neat and nice for its price.

Or maybe review a Parvum case, S1 or S2..


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Posted · Original PosterOP

linus i think this would be a GREAT review 

https://www.inventables.com/technologies/desktop-3d-carving-cnc-mill-kit-shapeoko-2

its a cnc mill, the full kit seems like i would be awesome because it could be a multi part video

 

in the works actually

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Not to mention, we need more of those "Stuff that doesn't suck", handy tech under $100 ( perhaps this time, handy techs under smaller prices.), and part 5 of watercooled room.

Good idea; it'd be great to do videos of useful tips, tweaks and (smaller) purchases for those of us with a limited budget.

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I would personally like to see a review of Rocksmith, its a really good way to learn guitar.

 

You could learn a few songs from Bryan Adams as well :)

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at one point you mentioned one of the obutto gaming cockpits (the ozone looks pretty good) . Id like to see a joint review of that and the shiny X55 Rhino you got recently. Say in some StarCitizen possibly while playing with community members http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/284524-star-citizen-uoltt-official-league-extravaganza/?p=3862216 ;)  :D


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I voted for the mac running windows, but maybe some camera videos in the future? Maybe with Nick Berkel and Brandon or something? 


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One thing I would like to see is more tech talk about new concepts like Stacked DDR memory and memristors and graphine for new semiconductors. Though these are not in the market yet the research behind them is strong and in the near future we will see more and more of these little know tech devices in our daily lives. Graphine and memristors are already in some military hardware and soon as it always goes they will be in public hardware as well. Best thing is to inform people about these new techs before they hit the market so tech junkies will know what the potential is. 

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