3Dconnexion SpacePilot 3D Design Tool Review at XYZ Compu...

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    Snip: "Designed in a similar manner to Logitech’s diNovo line of keyboards, the SpacePilot is sleek, sturdy, and definitely feels expensive (and, at $450-ish, well, it pretty much is). The central focal point is the SpacePilot’s “controller cap,” a two-inch diameter, rubberized knob. The cap is somewhat motile, and allows for pushing, pulling, twisting in any direction. The SpacePilot also features twenty other buttons, and an LCD panel that displays context-sensitive information related to the use of the SpacePilot. I’ll get to these in a moment."
    Link: http://www.xyzcomputing.com/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=443&Itemid=2
     
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    ooo i like the new ... :D we might have to change Character size on topic Names... :D
     
    unholy, Oct 11, 2005
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    What are you talking about Undude???
    Anyway, I saw a review of this device in a mag recently, I think I'd love to have one but at that price, I can pass. :)
     
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    he means the topic name trails off, it's too long to fit in.
     
    XhArD, Oct 11, 2005
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    Oh... Didn't even notice that. Topics should really be shorter.
     
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    not my fault companies have 15 words in a product name :p... and stop calling me undude :p
     
    unholy, Oct 12, 2005
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    You didn't post this thread, silver did, so what are you saying that for? And I'll call you Undude, Uncola, Underware, Unsociable, anything with an Un before it, because, quite simply, you're 30,000 miles away and neener neener neener! :p
     
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    thats alright joe father. i like those words... :p
     
    unholy, Oct 12, 2005
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    Not a problem Unloveable :)
     
    The Modfather, Oct 13, 2005
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    a matter of fact. i am not unloveable... my mum and dad luvs me :p
     
    unholy, Oct 13, 2005
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    Sure, that's what they tell you to your face, but you should see what they say when you're not around. You should hear what they said about you on EBaums World. Whew!
     
    The Modfather, Oct 14, 2005
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    haha u do know the only ppl in my family that actually know about sites that that are me an my bro... my mums Would kill a computer if it did something bad like added a number incorrectly, and thats that. Ps they dont think i am as bad as u :p u son-rape-father :p
     
    unholy, Oct 14, 2005
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    "u son-rape-father" Hmmm??
    I can assure you, I have never raped my father. And I can get him on here to attest to that fact if you need me to. Because my whole family is computer literate. I taught them. See, I'm a nice guy, unlike you, I share my knowledge. :) Well, I realize that if you shared yours you'd run out real fast but still... :)
    <ducking>
     
    The Modfather, Oct 15, 2005
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    if i thaught my knowledge everyone being taught would go, a wha????
    see i know things u dont (in computers) and u know things i dont (in computers) soo really... we know ether exactly the same or i know more...
    u better duck real fast mister fat boy slim
     
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    And you need to learn english before you post another message. Get some help dude!
     
    XhArD, Oct 15, 2005
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    Really... I'm not even sure what you just said. I think I've been insulted but I'd have to check my Unholy to English dictionary to be sure... Something about who knows more about computers and stuff. Er, well, if that's the case, I'm afraid I'd just have to giggle politely as I have 34 years of experience working with computers, which is more than twice the years of experience you have in just plain being alive. :) So lets put it another way. I was working with computers when your parents were just a glimmer in your grandparent's eyes. :) On top of which, there's been no down time. I didn't "get out of" the computer thing for a while and get back into it, I've had a computer on hand since I was 6 years old. Now, I don't claim to be a programmer, except website stuff and well, okay, 6502 assembly and some basic and Pascal (but who uses Pascal anymore?) But hardware? I'd put my experience against most people. There are guys I would say know a lot more but, not a long list of 'em.
    I remember when I was working with the old Atari 8-bit computers and we went to some computer gathering and I ran into a geeky guy carrying around a backpack and bugging everyone there. His name was Bill... Gates that is. I also remember long phone conversations with both Jobs and Wozniak. Heck, I'm fuggin' OLD! I remember the very first computer user, Eve, you know her right? She had an Apple in one hand and a Wang in the other. :)
     
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    Haha, that's a good one. I don't think he was insulting you, he just likes to make dumbass comments about how smart he is whether he knows you're smarter or not.
     
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    I know, I'm just busting his chops back, that's all.
     
    The Modfather, Oct 16, 2005
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    chops... i have knees of Large Length but thin width...
    I like to say i have some skill... thats all (aka i like to take some credit for what i have done/learnt) :p
     
    unholy, Oct 17, 2005
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    So what exactly have you marklared/marklared? Can you give some marklars of your marklaring? I think we would all be markared to marklar it.
     
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