Member since: Feb 29th, 2008
Dec 31st 2010 4:15PM I can't say enough about Audiogalaxy. It's not an Android exclusive, but it's easy to use, free, and does its job quite well. I always have my 100gb+ music library with me instead of having to pick and choose what goes on my device.
Jun 17th 2010 11:28PM @AJerman - And what about those of us who are guitar players of nearly a decade who want a more natural guitar experience? Not everyone is a video game player first.
Apr 6th 2010 11:47AM @MadMax808 Derp. that was SUPPOSED to be @ htd, above you.
Apr 6th 2010 11:47AM @Slygathor Maybe it's one of those Dev Kit xboxs? I think they have bigger HDDs. I could be wrong, though.
Feb 1st 2010 7:32PM @Drybonz This is more geared towards real drummers who also enjoy playing Rock Band. How is this not "learning to play for real"? You're playing along to songs on a real drum set. I can't count the number of times I've done that on electric guitar. Does that mean it's not learning it for real?
Feb 1st 2010 7:28PM @Meekermoloko +Rep for reference.
Jan 27th 2010 1:36PM The iPad: Helping confuse Bostonians with the iPod since 2010
Jan 21st 2010 11:45AM @mex In general, PCs /are/ cheaper than Apple computers. These machines fit a special niche. That said, I still don't see an iMac or Mac Pro with SSD boot drive, Blu-Ray and watercooling...
Dec 11th 2009 5:25PM I would LOVE to replace the desktops in my computer lab [k-6 school] with these little guys. 50 regular towers virtually eliminates any real estate, desk-wise, for anything besides the monitor, keyboard, and minimal movement for the mouse.
Dec 11th 2009 11:42AM @pankomputerek These SFFs, especially Dell's, are used a lot in schools and businesses. I doubt these are really aimed at typical home consumers, so I understand the lack of blu-ray.
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