Yep, tracking info is showing next week. Wish Amazon accepted PayPal.
Got a TP-Link AC1200 router for $10 on Facebook, which I turned into an AP to extend my Wifi range in my house. Took me a while to figure out how to wire from my main router in my basement office to the main floor where I mounted the AP. Forgot I had gigabit powerline adapters, which turned out to work just fine. Top floor has much better Wifi now.
The #PinePhone UBports Community Edition will be available for some time yet, but if you want your unit to ship this month, then place your order before the coming weekend. Just putting it out there for those on the fence so no one complains later :)
No clue about battery life yet, but using Pop_OS reminds me how much I hate GNOME. Bummer is, GNOME is the only DE on Pop_OS that has the toggle for power mode/GPU mode.
Never mind, something is still wrong. Booted up the vm this morning and it was back to pretty bad latency. E.g. shoot the DMR in Reach, wait a second, then gunshot sound.
It's a day for keyboards. I just ordered my purple Tofu65 case for my Laser board build. Still need my PCB (out of stock), plate, and switches (Halo True), but those can all wait; plus, I need a new soldering iron. For now, I'll have my gaming GMMK to make life easier, then I can slowly get the parts I need for my 65% Laser build.
All told, this board is going to be expensive. lol Stupid mechanical keyboard hobby.
I think that I'm stressing out about nothing. I could just use some of my more research-heavy articles that I've written over the years.
Only bummer would be getting the four 2.5" HDDs I'd need, but that's the extra cost hidden in every NAS build.
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