|Re: 32SII Programming (General?) Question|
Message #13 Posted by Ed Look on 26 Sept 2003, 5:33 p.m.,
in response to message #10 by Paul Brogger
Well, my 48G FEELS as solid as a brick, as solid as my Old Spice ;) ... and actually, the 32SII feels rather solid, too, but you know, and here's where I show my real geeky side, the 34C is like TOS Star Trek, you know, Captain Kirk's ship with all the buttons sticking out from all the consoles, etc., and did the job well. The 32SII is like the Next Generation Trek: slicker, streamlined, rounder corners, and LCDs instead of LEDs, but still does the job well (even better, really, if I'd admit to it), but somehow feels a little less substantial nevertheless.
I preordered a 49G+ and am sort expecting it to blow me away! (You know, allows use of SD chips, and like that... that one feature impresses me the most, that HP would allow the user to do that rather than buying some prohibitively expensive memory plug ins proprietary to HP!)