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I love the fact they have included space for a 2.5", but I'd prefer to see a box that supports a 3.5", 2.5" drives are too small and carry a price premium. While we're at it, it would be nice to have the 3736 and 4gb of RAM, and a BIOS thag we can overclock (shut off speedstep) as well.
Nice i 've ordered pipo x7 from geekbuing (which i am still waiting ) but now i have second thoughts, sweet few things though in post #4 only 16GB why? i think 32 or 64 GB will be spot on, the array of the usbs to close to each other it would be a problem i think if you connect more than 2 they wont fit any other devices, loved the space for a 2.5"
any news when it would be avalaible?
no_spam_for_me i am talking about the internal space if windows required let say i dont know 5gb then you will be left for 9gb space for apps,programs etc.
unless you can use the space from the 2,5'' hdd to install your apps,programs etc.
I think you can... I have to say "I think" because I don't know 8.x...
You should be able to chose at installation where you want to install a program...
Also have a look at e.g. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/wi...er-in-windows/
And maybe you could mount your ""external"" device at "C:\Program Files" folder, have a look at e.g. http://www.com-magazin.de/praxis/win...-bereitstellen (sorry only at German at the moment) BUT you have to use an empty sub-folder at "C:\Program Files" (in this way you can also use SD and USB drives to mount)
(at older windows versions you could modify the installation so your "Program Files" folder could be placed at e.g. "D:" )