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Don't know about the S6, but Samsung stopped that nonsense with the S5. It wasn't that much of a difference anyway.
The S3 is kind of a dinosaur these days. Unlike on PC, mobile chip performance is still getting pretty decent increases each year. On modern phones, Javascript performance is several times faster than the S3. On the Antutu benchmark, the S3 got ~16,000. The S6 is almost 70,000. That's a 60%+ increase every year. I'm pretty happy with browsing performance on my Note 4.
VR obviously comes to mind, but how much do you really need for that? Even for a screen focused right next to your eyes, I doubt it would take more than several thousand PPI in order for pixels to be indiscernible and aliasing to be a non-issue. I don't know what you could possibly need a million PPI for.
With my 100Mbps connection, it would take about 15 days of downloading at max speed to fill up a 16TB drive. I have a 350GB cap, with a $10 charge per extra 50GB, so I would end up with a $3,200 bill
I like how the BX100 250GB SSD is $1 less than its normal price of $85 for the past week or so.
Nothing of interest to me. This doesn't seem much different than the deals that Newegg emails me all the time.
I hope they'll have a PS4 Slim by 2017 in time for FF VII and Shenmue III.
No you didn't.Which is the same point Kinaesthetic was trying to make i.e., most people don't buy both Pokemon games. The fact X/Y still sold so much is a testament to just how popular Pokemon is. Looks like you're both in agreement on this point, yet you're arguing for some reason. You should be directing yourself at kishagi who claims X/Y are separate games that most people buy both of.
No answer to SanDisk's 200GB microSD card?
There are plenty of Ultrabooks that fit your needs, but the 2015 Dell XPS 13 is the one to get. You can choose between a 1080p non-touch screen or a 3200x1800 touchscreen. The 1080p version has very good battery life, so get that one unless you really want a touchscreen. Dell's Australian site doesn't offer much choice, and I don't know anything about computer shopping in Australia, but see if you can find the 8GB RAM...
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