GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

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GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

Postby simbo » Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:25 am

http://fc01.deviantart.com/fs46/f/2009/ ... nic840.png


WARNING 24+MB IF THE LINK DIES LET ME KNOW ILL POST IT SOMEWHERE

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Re: GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

Postby Desty » Sat Aug 01, 2009 7:06 pm

Wow, that's excellent and thorough - that should be on every computer enthusiast's wall :D
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Re: GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

Postby DarkLord » Sun Aug 02, 2009 1:13 am

That is very cool. Thanks Simbo!
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Re: GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

Postby BoNuS » Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:07 pm

This is indeed an very helpfull overview, doesn't seem they have missed one sofar :)
I personaly would have liked al the different mem cards, like SD, MMC, CF etc
(and the connections) and so on on that sheet to. Although it's not really the kind
of hardware you can find in a pc / laptop, now a days al seem to have a card
reader build in.
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Re: GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

Postby simbo » Sun Aug 02, 2009 5:41 pm

ye i saw it on an eda board and had to filch the link for us also
so far it seems quite stable
nice to see others feel the same as me that its a good chart

ive already been to the local A3 printer {i have one}
and printed it on non glossy photo paper
very nice
was thinking about laminating it but ill need to hunt for a printer who has an a3 laminator
or use glossy paper but my epson doesnt like it and smeers {wrong ink}

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Re: GOOD COMPUTER HARDWARE TYPE CHART

Postby Desty » Mon Aug 03, 2009 2:26 am

BoNuS wrote:I personaly would have liked al the different mem cards, like SD, MMC, CF etc
(and the connections) and so on on that sheet to. Although it's not really the kind
of hardware you can find in a pc / laptop, now a days al seem to have a card
reader build in.

They're becoming common on desktops and a few laptops I guess, but Macs don't seem to come with them... so I bought a really small USB card reader on eBay for about £3.50 delivered (from Hong Kong to Ireland :!: - the total price was less than the usual postage for local items!??) - it does "SD/MMC/XD/MS/MSPRO/CF/MD", some of which I've never heard of :D
Works and apparently can transfer from a cheap MMC card much faster than any USB stick I've used. Roll on Ultrasatan...
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