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I cannot say 'without a scratch' though as the corner was really bent which emphasized the hit the thing took and kept working.Anyway, back to the models. Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Oops, something's wrong below. Both have very nice antennae built-in for WAN connection - I'm guessing that's a must? - have biometric security built in, along with SureStart (HPs self-healing/rootkit fixit tool for BIOS that And yes, Kurtis, Dell's Latitude Rugged Laptop could be a fine option based on what you've said so far! Check This Out
Seems like they've done some or all of their coding in Swift as well; Swift has a number of features to help use multi-core systems to their maximum through Grand Central Report Message 9 of 14 (1,331 Views) Reply 0 Likes Lestat573 Wastelander Registered: 06/12/2013 Offline 717 posts 06-21-2016 01:30 PM User Info Lestat573 ADD AS A FRIEND Re: Best laptop I thought for sure that the screen was toast as it hit hard (I'm over 6 ft with my heels on), but once I got to work it came up fine
I know a lot of ppl know your stuff here. At home, I sometimes play remotely in my office on an old 2009 iMac; even at seven years old it can handle 720p60 flawlessly. I plugged my late 2014 MacBook Pro into the projector, fired up Remote Play to my PS4 on the other side of the city, and it was virtuallythe same as playing Join the community Back I agree An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
Automated Parking System Implemented an Automated Parking System using PIC18F and RFID using C Built an Air Drum Kit Built an Air Drum Kit - Play the entire drum set with About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up with I've personally used the EliteBook 1040 (it's my carry-everywhere backup to my ZBook) and the EliteBook Folio. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2787589/finding-good-laptop-university.html Email Password Log In Forgot your password?
Second hand market are full of ex company referbs which will have Been tried and tested by usersfor years before upgrades so some thing like this laptop Will be very cheap... Report Message 8 of 14 (1,365 Views) Reply 1 Like jakesmith1040 Lombax Warrior Registered: 08/16/2012 Offline 219 posts 06-21-2016 07:56 AM User Info jakesmith1040 ADD AS A FRIEND Re: Best What surprised me later was when I realized that my MBP had connected to apublic WiFi network in his neighbourhood while I was playing (although for the record, the public WiFi Home Need good source for rugged laptops.
My ZBook fell out of my backpack and onto my driveway...on its corner yet. his comment is here It appears they're leveraging Core Audio and Core Graphics; it may be that the technologies they're using align better with what's built into OS X. Oops, something's wrong below. Reply Subscribe Best Answer Cayenne OP Shelly3360 Oct 13, 2016 at 4:42 UTC I really like the HP ZBook (a bit too much power for simple web browsing) or Elite series.
Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Oct 12, 2016 at 1:18 UTC Dell or HP, same as always.We have a couple Dell Toughbooks we keep in the walk-in freezer that have been in there for a few An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
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He is really digs it. Join the community Back I agree Test your smarts. 88% of IT pros got this right. I've personally used the EliteBook 1040 (it's my carry-everywhere backup to my ZBook) and the EliteBook Folio. One of the few computers i never have to go fix. 2 Thai Pepper OP MHunt Oct 12, 2016 at 1:21 UTC Not an endorsement, but a quick
Also, if they're just using it for browsing maybe a Lenovo 11e Chromebook would work for them. Both have very nice antennae built-in for WAN connection - I'm guessing that's a must? - have biometric security built in, along with SureStart (HPs self-healing/rootkit fixit tool for BIOS that First Name Last Name Email Join Now or Log In Oops, something's wrong below. navigate here For the best experience, there are hints that a Mac is better (typically when there is such a huge difference in code size between two platforms, it may indicate that existing
The Elite and Z models are all MilSpec tested, and I can say from experience that they really are rugged. of 2.6gHzEthernet 1Gb port...1 USB2/3 type A port ( no buying a new mac book )And youll want 5gHz wifi A/AC connection on the spec sheet if your not going wired These cases are like tanks:https://urbanarmorgear.com/collections/surface-pro-4-casesand only add about $70 to the cost of the computer which means at least two Surface Pro 4s for the price of a single Toughbook. Report Message 3 of 14 (1,431 Views) Reply 3 Likes Fuhr31 Hekseville Citizen Registered: 03/30/2014 Offline 319 posts 06-18-2016 10:56 AM User Info Fuhr31 ADD AS A FRIEND Re: Best
Any particular specs you're looking for? Probably something like this one. Mainly we would like at least a 14 inch monitor and SSD. I mean 5400 RPM SATA in this seems And yes, Kurtis, Dell's Latitude Rugged Laptop could be a fine option based on what you've said so far! First Name Last Name Email Join Now or Log In Oops, something's wrong below. Report Message 4 of 14 (1,415 Views) Reply 0 Likes BBurgSteve MVP Support Registered: 08/28/2008 Online 11708 posts 06-18-2016 03:47 PM User Info BBurgSteve ADD AS A FRIEND Re: Best