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    My XP Sp3 with:
    WindowBlinds + Vista Drive Icon


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    ayus rin yung alpha ng windowsblinds, may kasama nang blur
    Damn, son! Where'd you find this?

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    Dual widescreens on my laptop with Vista Home Premium:

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    My main pc with 720p 32" lcd tv as a monitor. Fonts set to 120 dpi which makes for great viewing from 5-6 ft away on the couch:



    What doesn't show is the built-in Picture In Picture of the tv which allows watching cable tv while on the pc desktop.
    Last edited by Jun aka Pekto; December 28th, 2008 at 12:17 PM.

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    Surfing the internet with the Wii. The connection is a simple RCA analog A/V to the same 32" 720p lcd tv my main pc is hooked up to. I imagine if I used component rgb cables, the Wii res should be 720p as well (1280 x 768).


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    coooool. ayus yang browser mo sir
    Damn, son! Where'd you find this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by safeorigin View Post
    coooool. ayus yang browser mo sir
    The Wii browser is derived from Opera. Also, a usb keyboard works fine with the Wii. So, I don't have to use some funky game controller to enter text.

    Among the consoles, I think the Wii has the best controller for internet use. It's about as easy to use as a stylus pointer plus it has convenient zoom in/out functions built in. That's why internet still looked good even though I'm using only analog connectors which limited res to 480p. I simply zoomed in to make text readable.

    Although not all video-streaming sites work with the Wii, YouTube worked fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jun aka Pekto View Post
    The Wii browser is derived from Opera. Also, a usb keyboard works fine with the Wii. So, I don't have to use some funky game controller to enter text.

    Among the consoles, I think the Wii has the best controller for internet use. It's about as easy to use as a stylus pointer plus it has convenient zoom in/out functions built in. That's why internet still looked good even though I'm using only analog connectors which limited res to 480p. I simply zoomed in to make text readable.

    Although not all video-streaming sites work with the Wii, YouTube worked fine.
    Jun,
    I just bought my son Wii for Christmas. Didn't even realize na may wi-fi din like the PS3. As soon as I read your post here, I did a little search regarding Wii's web browser (Opera). Is it true that you have to pay 10 wii points (they say about $10) in order to use Opera Browser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camgen6 View Post
    Jun,
    I just bought my son Wii for Christmas. Didn't even realize na may wi-fi din like the PS3. As soon as I read your post here, I did a little search regarding Wii's web browser (Opera). Is it true that you have to pay 10 wii points (they say about $10) in order to use Opera Browser?
    Nope. It's 500 points or $5. A 2000 point Nintendo card is around $20. It's also best to use the progressive scan/component rgb cable to give 720p res.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jun aka Pekto View Post
    Nope. It's 500 points or $5. A 2000 point Nintendo card is around $20. It's also best to use the progressive scan/component rgb cable to give 720p res.
    Oh. Connect a usb keyboard to enter text. Too bad a usb mouse isn't supported. But the Wii's controller is excellent as a pointing device. It's way better than gamepads.

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