Originally Posted by r0ach
The Sensei Ten with it's secondary, completely unnecessary, 'tilt-tracking' sensor seemed to be worse than the 3389 in the XM1. My theory was the secondary, tilt-tracking sensor constantly pegging the thing with overhead is why. So a PWM fan would be similar/worse. The Sensei Ten just seemed more bogged down and less twitchy.
Originally Posted by Awsan
Come on r0ach let people get fans if they want.
there is possiblities to get the firmware/software to work together if the materials and electricity to make it work has a possibility, if not you could get into quantum physics and make it possible
is there a purpose to get down on everything sure its a good point most of the times with most things here, still you can try to find and explain the solutions or start working on the things that fixed the things that we have now, or invent or work on the things needed, start a company and show all of us how to do it and make it work you are talking and showing that it has common sense, still it could get to work for people if they started working on it and all things is needed, not that it would be a waste of time
sure these non symbiosis electrical currents and add on technics does do things, then we would need a company that explains and works on lower interference within those components and circuits and laying out papers on how to minimise and standards on production or how to get certified and tests that show that is the case
that could be something that could be done, if you get to know people that know that is the case and want to work and earn money or it and improve those things that would work great
as it would work and its true that it is not better as you say with electrical leakage and many other things that can be tested and gone through
it goes forward at least
and sure it may not be every single one working on that on a company or get to it, still that would make a change for what you have talked about to some sense