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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. http://www.dell.com/au/p/xps-13-9343-laptop/pd 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...
There are tons of features built into Windows 7 that even so-called power users never use. Why don't they complain that? Next, they're going to demand MS make individualized builds of Windows with only the specific features they need.
You probably have a slow drive. Just because it's USB 3.0 compatible doesn't mean it's fast enough to make use of that bandwidth. You need to check the specs (and reviews) of a flash drive to see how fast it is.
Funny, the main reason I stick with Samsung is because of their displays. They've improved tremendously each and every year while LCDs have been pretty stagnant. The Note 4 and S6 have the best displays in objective tests and by many subjective reviewers. If iPhones get an AMOLED display, I would actually highly consider one. Until then, I will not consider a phone with a display that can't produce true blacks. To quote AnandTech's review of the Galaxy S6:With this...
Since when are they forcing you to use those apps? I'm using exactly 0 of them on Windows 8.
I don't know when the last time you used integrated Intel graphics was, but it's much, much better nowadays. It's been a major focus for Intel these past few years, and they've been using more and more CPU die space for the graphics. Unless you're actually looking to game a lot with newer games, there's no reason to avoid Intel.
It's pretty much confirmed that Apple is using Samsung's 14nm process this year. And the S6/edge has built-in wireless charging capability, but it's not "ultra fast". That 10 minute claim is for regular wired charging.
Looks like the new process is doing wonders for Samsung. The Exynos 7420 is considerably outperforming the Snapdragon 810 despite using the same cores and similar clocks. Ditching the 810 was probably an easy decision for them. Qualcomm looks like it'll have a poor showing this year without their custom cores.
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