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    #201
    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.
    Thanks Jun. Is this a monthly/annual subscription oh one time fee lang?
    Does the wii comes with component? I have to check kasi when I set it up to my lcd tv parang composite lang yung cable that came with it. I'll check when I get back home. Di ba component will give you up to 1080p? or is it the Wii that is only capable of doing 720p?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jun aka Pekto View Post
    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.
    Thanks again Jun, I have 2 usb keyboards just laying around just might try that.

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    #202
    Quote Originally Posted by Camgen6 View Post
    Thanks Jun. Is this a monthly/annual subscription oh one time fee lang?
    Does the wii comes with component? I have to check kasi when I set it up to my lcd tv parang composite lang yung cable that came with it. I'll check when I get back home. Di ba component will give you up to 1080p? or is it the Wii that is only capable of doing 720p?
    It should be one time. Just make sure you don't format the Wii's 512mb of flash storage or else everything would be lost.

    The component rgb is separate. Gamestop sells it for $34.

    The Wii's max res is 720p. Considering the Wii's graphics aren't really state of the art, 720p is fine. 720p is also just the right res to make web surfing very comfy.
    Last edited by Jun aka Pekto; December 29th, 2008 at 08:46 PM.

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    #203


    heres mine taken ngayon lang hehehe... Mac OS X Leopard..

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    #205
    Here's mine


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    #206
    Win 7 Beta Build 7000. On a dualcore AMD Athlon X2 4200+ with 2gb ram and a GF8600GT, the desktop is very responsive.


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    #207
    Quote Originally Posted by Jun aka Pekto View Post
    Win 7 Beta Build 7000. On a dualcore AMD Athlon X2 4200+ with 2gb ram and a GF8600GT, the desktop is very responsive.
    I hope the 7000 is way better. the 6801 was awful...

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    #208
    Quote Originally Posted by rion View Post
    I hope the 7000 is way better. the 6801 was awful...
    Build 7000 is quite responsive here. It's definitely quicker (not by much) over an XP install (with optimized video drivers) which itself was snappy on this pc. In fact, Win 7 Beta Build 7000 almost feels like a "skinned" XP except the real XP would've lagged a bit.

    I'm still testing things out. Some early nitpicks: My Desktop Gadgets doesn't seem to be working at the moment. I also get an incompatibility message with Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition although the app itself is working and updating fine....... But hey, it's a beta.

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    #209
    I see, it's good to know it is improving. thanks.

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    #210
    Quote Originally Posted by rion View Post
    I see, it's good to know it is improving. thanks.
    It's pretty good. No hardware issues so far although most of my hardware dates back from 2005 or prior. The only exceptions are the HP printer and Samsung LCD from last year both of which work fine.

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