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So damn happy to be a special guest at LTX2020 https://www.ltxexpo.com/guests

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Y'all shouldn't have been able to guess that so easily.

Still way too early to say anything about it. Shouldn't be too long till there's official word on it. ;)

Where's the review :P Wondering if I should lean for the Oneplus 2 if I can get an invite obviously!

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I've had my ZenFone for almost 2 months and been disappointed with it. The speed is great but the quality isn't. Very fragile phone. Screen cracked easy, speaker got a tiny but of metal shavings and is now toast, then yesterday it wouldn't charge with the charger that came with it. Had to use the quick charger from the S6 to revive it. Never had issues like this with all my Samsung phones, the small metal shavings always just wiped off. I just wanted the phone to last until all these new phones came out but sadly no. I have more issues with it but Ill keep it short here. Back to my old S2 since the Note 2 got smashed really bad and it took a lot to do it.

Not sure what to get now. Oneplus 2 does look sweet.

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Walking around the recycling piles ar your work must be quite interesting ;D One can probably sooner or later salvage whole NTB from such piles ;) Congratulations never the less.

There is full laptops, desktops and servers in there some are damn impressive to, even found i7 3rd gen laptops in there before. but once they hit 3 years old they are considered end of life no matter what.

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So grab me something usefull, not need to be that fast :) I did not have any NTB and the borrowed Sony Valio is dying, actually. Still serve as music-play machine, but that it is :) So unstable that Windows cannot be installed on it, yet I managed uBuntu install :) So if the machine you pick will be better (another Neutron 240G, perhaps? :) than this, them I'm all for it :P

Remember the server for Supa, tough ;)

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