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post #31 of 34
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Originally Posted by psyclum View Post

your necromancy skill has gotten better biggrin.gif
personally i'd just go with a motorcycle battery. yes it weights a ton, but it's also the easiest and cheapest solution. other sources of info is to look into the car-puter section of the forum

thats a good idea but Im planning on making something Id have to carry around so that would be pretty heavy
post #32 of 34
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thats a good idea but Im planning on making something Id have to carry around so that would be pretty heavy

laptop? this way you wont have to carry around a battery powered monitor too ;p
post #33 of 34
Yeah I see no reason to have a battery powered computer since you also need the monitor...
     
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My desk Razer DeathAdder 3.5G Fiio E10 USB DAC 
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post #34 of 34
i can see a reason/need for a computer with built in battery backup (telco switchs / servers in remote locations) but not something you'd carry around. if you really need to carry stuff around, then a nice A8 laptop would be good enough.
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