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About ClicheKHFan

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  1. I'm not 100% sure where to post this thread. Hello, I'm looking for an aptx capable bluetooth solution for my pc. So far I have only found two dongles, both with drawbacks. I'd prefer a pcie card, so I could keep full use of my usb ports. I havent been able to find any of those. I have the wireless urbanite headphones and would like to use them with my pc without the cord. Anyone that could find somehing else would be graetly apreciated. http://www.amazon.com/Azio-Micro-Bluetooth-Adapter-BTD-V401/dp/B00JAZGSXY buggy software http://www.amazon.com/Azio-Micro-Bluetooth-Adapter-BTD-V
  2. Is the surface avalible in the Netherlands? I'm quite thankfull that electronics seem to always be avalible in the US, besides a few japanese specific products.
  3. I'm waiting on the pro 4 myself. The surface pro 3 has pretty much the perfect design, but with windows 10 and broadwell that shouldn't thermal throttle in the same form I think the surface pro 4 will be a winner. BTW, the surface pro 3 thermal throttles REALLY bad if you try gaming with it.
  4. For basic web browsing and media consumption the galaxy tab s as suggested earlier would work really well. It has a beautiful screen and the processing power to play HD content on it. Amoled screens have ultimate contrast and save battery life. I would still take a good look at the Nvida shield if I were you. It is a gaming tablet but it's pretty cool. I'd also trus them to support their device longer than any other big player besides apple. If you don't need the screen to be the absolute best you could probably save some money by getting the ipad mini. Apple also continues update supp
  5. It appears someone is trying to do an interesting mac tablet. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/modbook/modbook-pro-x-154-retina-quad-core-mac-os-x-tablet It's 5 pounds by itself doesn't support a external gpu and the keyboard is definitely not something I would consider easy to cary with it. It costs close to $3,000. It also doesn't work by touch if I'm correct, only pen. OS X is not a bad operating system but it's leagues behind as a touch tablet based system. Also, I edited the OP to include features suggested throughout the thread and my Idea of what I/O would look like. My hope wo
  6. Macro keys are on the Wacom cintique companion where they are a boon to productivity and gaming when using touch input.I wish I could either pitch this to microsoft or do like a kickstarter for this. I have no practicle knowledge or connections to get these made however, and It would deffinitly be way more exensive than from a manufacturing megacorp.
  7. Having a keyboard/base with the weight and strength to support the tablet would be a big improvement in my mind. It would allow an actual laptop experience. It would still be detachable, and would probably cost more than it does now. I imagine they could probably sell both keyboard cover types. The extra weight needed for the keyboard could be taken up mostly by battery. It could even have some I/O like an extra usb. If u use the traditional cover it's the tablet that can replace your laptop, but if you use the sturdy extra battery option it becomes more the laptop that replaces your table
  8. There are always sacrifices on a tablet form factor. Just running a 30-50tdp cpu would require double the battery as the current surface which would add a not-insignificant amout of weight. I think even with eficiency gains in broadwell/skylake this is the minimum to not bottleneck a good external GPU. I'm using the surface pro 3 as a reference for form/design because an average consumer would not be willing to use anything significatly more in weight or size for a tablet. Adding anything else would definitly be pushing it. I think that the weight and space for extra battery needed to run
  9. I was thinking that with a second fan and some space layout efficiency improvements toallow cooling room a surface or similar tablet would be fit something more equivalent to a 50 tdp processor instead of the 15 tdp it uses now, which i consider more of a netbook processor than an acctual laptop or ultrabook one. The goal is not great cpu computing, but something that wouldn't botttleneck a extrenal gpu for games and cuda core computing. External drives and cloud storage are not new, but also not perfect.
  10. The biggest problem I see with this is it won't work for a lot of enthusists who want a top of the line CPU or more than one GPU. (though multi GPU could actually maybe happen) And enthusiests like their customizability,fancy watercooling loops, and case mods ect.... Mom and Dad won't want a docking station with 12 wires and 6 dongles and a graphics card enclosure, although they wouldn't need many accesories with the tablet. I see this as targeting enthusiast gamers as opposed to enthusiast pc fans who would probably trade these things for a blend of mobility and only needing one device.
  11. I already really like the design of the surface, and this was sort of my dream configuration of what it could be. I'm planing on buying the surface pro 4 whenever that comes out, unless its terrible. Then I'll just get the 3 I already think it's pretty perfect. Wish i had more $$$$$.
  12. Cliché - Because I'm a narcasist that thinks i'm better than everyone so I wanted a fancy word in my name (only mildly joking). KH fan - Because I'm a fan of KH (Kingdom Hearts, I got hooked as a child and never grew up.) Also, a lot of people say my name wrong when they first read it, again feeding my narcissistic ego complex of überness.
  13. This is not a topic about how i think you could get rid of your $1500 gaming pc or your $3000 workstation and replace it with a very pricy tablet. at least not right now. Chipsets for both Nvidia and Intel have been moving toward a more power efficient design and their laptop hardware has been closing the gap on the desktop preformance. Now I'm not saying you will ever be able to fit a titan into a tablet, but in the next 4 years i could see a laptop level cpu in a slim tablet form factor. Atleast an intel one, and with more than 1 fan. It could probably even be quiet. Now, as big as an im
  14. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel Core i5-4690K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor ($219.88 @ OutletPC) CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($28.75 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SLI ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($116.75 @ OutletPC) Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($130.98 @ Newegg) Storage: Crucial MX100 256GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($104.99 @ SuperBiiz) Storage: Western Digital Caviar Green 3TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($99.00 @ Amazon) Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX