A nice website :
Whith the provided script, you can upload your hardware information there and quickly rate your experience with it (for each equipment it detected).
I just did it for my laptop and will go on with my other machines. It will probably become an interesting database.
I had been long wondering how are these subsitute batteries that you can find all around the web and why there are so cheap compared to the laptop constructor ones.
I was affraid about the quality, the design and even the safety.
I often buy substitute ink for my printer, but that is not exactly the same kind of thing nor the same price.
For Christmas, I got a new hard drive for my laptop. As all accessories for laptops, it is rather expensive. But still less expensive and extravagant than buying a new computer when you don’t really need a big CPU power. My goal was not having a huge capacity, but rather speed and reliability.
I just upgraded my laptop from 512 Mb of RAM to 1 Gb.
Well, I was expecting quite a lot from this upgrade. I am using an Ubuntu 6.10 OS and having a dozen of applications running at the same time : Firefox, Liferea, Evolution, Open Office, Skype, Gaim, Beagle, plus a dozen of applets (Tomboy, Mail Notification, Deskbar, etc), small programs or other accessories.