Nice Msi Computer photos

Some cool msi computer images:

NAS my day
msi computer

Image by Stargazer95050
The three boxes on the left can house up to 6 x 3.5" drives.
Each box can be RAID0/RAID1/JBOD and a variety of other modes using 2 HDs.

Those two tiny boxes are not to be underestimated — via eSATA connection and build-in RAID, they outperform all other NAS. At a fraction of the price. And in most cases, you just plug in existing drives. works with NTFS, XFS or any Linux EXT format. And USB — if you use a laptop.

OTOH, the "big" box on the left is a real Linux-based NAS server with Gigabit Ethernet interface — but won’t be as speedy as those eSATA boxes. The built-in DVD-RW drive and the ability to place this box far away from my desktop PC & eSATA drives makes this a useful addition. I might add a second LG NAS box — one for occasional backup services, one for day-to-day network activity.
The NAS also helps me to backup my MSI netbook and possibly I could burn CD/DVD from the netbook via this NAS

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MSI Wind
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Image by matt griffin
with water bottle for size comparison. Love this little computer.

Stack O’ Clams
msi computer

Image by umpcportal.com
DS Lite – 3"
Everun Note – 7"
MSI Wind – 10"
Samsung R40 – 15"

Nice Msi Gt photos

Check out these msi gt images:

Long Tree Shadows
msi gt

Image by Alvi Halderman
Me and my Girfriend and a good friend went on a trip around the Park sims in a mini :)

Second Life Ultra settings with shadows

Intel Core i7 920 2.93 GHz
MSI 9600 GT 1GB
4GB

Angel
msi gt

Image by Alvi Halderman
Me and my Girfriend and a good friend went on a trip around the Park sims in a mini :)

Second Life Ultra settings with shadows

Intel Core i7 920 2.93 GHz
MSI 9600 GT 1GB
4GB

Aaah!
msi gt

Image by Alvi Halderman
Me and my Girfriend and a good friend went on a trip around the Park sims in a mini :)

Second Life Ultra settings with shadows

Intel Core i7 920 2.93 GHz
MSI 9600 GT 1GB
4GB

Nice Msi Gt photos

A few nice msi gt images I found:

Desky System [wide range]
msi gt

Image by BringeBag
Da current setup of my PC bak at home in jubail!

Specs :

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> P4~ 3.4 Ghz HT
> 1 GB DDR2 SDRAM
{in dual channel mode}
> 120 GB + 80 GB
{configured in array 0} + 200 GB = 400 GB Sata HDD
> Msi Mobo
> 256 MB DDR Nvdia 7600gs VGA
> 16x LG DL DVD-Writer
> 52x/32x/52x LG CD-Writer
> 1.44 MB FDD
> 128 bit Creative 7.1 live Sound Card
> 5.1 Creative MegaWorks Speakers
> 17" Flat CRT monitor
> MS 102 Keys Keyboard
> MS Optical Mouse
> 450 Watts PSU
> D-Link Wireless ADSL 4-port modem
{not in picture}

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msi gt

Image by TurnDriverSide

Nice Notebook photos

Some cool notebook images:

Inside my Traveler’s Notebook
notebook

Image by koalazymonkey
1 of the way to get ideas flowing, is to pump in some coffee into the body. Cant stop drawing when the first picture kicks in.

Drawing on my notebooks – I start learning on how to draw lately. It allows me to understand my ideas easily, and give me flow to more ideas.

Next, I will learn, how to write.

Photo taken with iphone, Camerabag – Magazine.

Notebook varios
notebook

Image by AfaChile
Notebook varios, los cuales arregle

Maker’s Notebook sdarwkcaB and Upside Down
notebook

Image by kentkb
Received a Maker’s notebook a few days ago that is Upside Down and Backwards!
One hack would be to fix it.
Really, I am making a cover Hack but maybe I should save this One.

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Nice Notebook photos

A few nice notebook images I found:

Notebook shelf
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Image by dklegman
Here’s where I keep various notebooks. Not pictured: The extremely worn-out jotter Volant that lives in my jacket and is soon to be retired, and a yearly planner moleskine I got for way-cheap at a bookstore. There’s also a contacts book I got a few years ago that seldom leaves my desk.

Most of these are still being used for their particular purposes. Noted above are a couple or three blanks which are handy in case of a rainy day or anticipated future use.

My preferred "standard" notebook is a squared pocket moleskine. These are fine and durable multipurpose books, and the grid lines are good for impromptu tables, maps or other arranging jobs. They’re also among the most common Moleskines and are findable pretty much any place that sells journals.

I’m such a notebook junkie. I blame this on my parents, who had a stock of blank books around when I was very young. I also blame this on plentiful little Italian notebooks.

Notebook collection
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Image by Dvortygirl
A selection of the notebooks I have kept. Front and center is the one that rides around in my purse to collect thoughts and ideas, but there are personal journals, class notebooks, a work notebook, a home-maintenance log and an old Wiktionary notebook in here, too.

Notebooks
notebook

Image by Wm Jas
Some of my students’ notebooks. If the English on the inside is better than the English on the cover, I’ll know I’ve done my job.

See the larger size to read everything.