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Old 03-19-2006, 10:59 AM   #21
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That'* what I do at work for my CAD workstation (actually both my workstation and laptop mobile workstation share the same pair).

It sucks when I bring work home and have to work off the Laptop display only.
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That'* what I do at work for my CAD workstation (actually both my workstation and laptop mobile workstation share the same pair).

It sucks when I bring work home and have to work off the Laptop display only.

aahhh cool.

yeah i like my laptop but i hate useing it for browsing the web or useinf software that needs the dual or biger screen..
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That'* what I do at work for my CAD workstation (actually both my workstation and laptop mobile workstation share the same pair).

It sucks when I bring work home and have to work off the Laptop display only.
I bet...my mobile workstation (also known as a really heavy thick laptop) I had ran a WUXGA 1920x1600 or somethign resolution so I was getting mad eyestrain....my current laptop is a thinner one with a 14" SXGA monitor.
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Check this out. Similar setup, but in motion!!

I'd have to get a real mouse, tho. Having to hold that Gyro thingy up would kill ya in a long game....
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Check this out. Similar setup, but in motion!!

I'd have to get a real mouse, tho. Having to hold that Gyro thingy up would kill ya in a long game....
i think its the same system
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