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Ed is a photographer and he needs a laptop that can handle huge files he shoots with his Nikon D4. Dell's XPS13 would be a good option. Leo uses a Lenovo X1 Yoga because it uses an OLED screen with superior color gamut. You can even choose Adobe RGB as your screen choice. That's fantastic for a photographer. Asus makes a good laptop, as does HP now.
Jim has an HP Pavilion laptop and he thinks his hard drive is about to fail. Should he put a solid state drive in it? Leo says that SSDs are much faster than spinning hard drives and more reliable. The question is, can the Pavilion support it? Ideally, you'll need a SATA 2 drive at least. SATA 3 even better if it supports it. Then there's whether you can install it yourself or would have to pay for a tech to do so. It'll have to be an ideal shape and size than the existing hard drive. But if all that works. Then absolutely! Get one.
Ethan has a Google Pixel Laptop and he's having an issue with water on the keyboard. He's tried airing out the laptop. Popped off some keys to try and dry it out. Leo says that sad part is that Google has stopped making parts for the Pixel, and has by and large stopped supporting it. A local shop could possibly fix it. But the problem is, you don't have parts. So you have to find old pixels on eBay to swap it out. At the end of the day, it may be just cheaper to buy a new one.
Elon Musk is afraid that machines are getting smarter and smarter and he worries that they are an existential threat to humanity and may decide that they can rule over us or even worse, get rid of us. Leo thinks Musk has watched too many movies. Cites Rodney Brooks, an artificial intelligence expert from MIT, who said most people worried about that aren't working in AI, and he says that they aren't too worried because AI is too hard to perfect. Most are limited machines who can move beyond their programming.
Kayla's niece went to "coding camp" and now wants to be a computer programmer. Leo says that's very exciting! Leo says to get her a computer. She can get a Raspberry Pi and she can learn to program with it. Small projects will build her confidence. Kayla should do it with her. She'll love that.
Roy has a high resolution 4K monitor, but his friends say if he adds a second video card, it could give him better resolution. Is that true? Leo says no. A newer one with more RAM could help, but if he's driving the monitor at its full resolution, then it's not going to get any better than that. A second video card would give him the ability to add more monitors, though.
Ron has a bunch of Echos all around his house but he can't use the intercom feature. Leo says he'll need to use the command "Drop in." He'll have to be sure they're enabled on each Echo and choose who can drop in as well. That's done in the Echo app. Leo says he'll need to sign up for Echo's calling and messaging as well, which is also in the app. His contact list will not sync with Echo, either. Leo says he'll have to sync his contacts to Google and then log into Google through the app.
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Terry wants to create a touchscreen gaming table. Leo says that Microsoft's idea with the Surface table was similar to that. But they were mostly for industrial and casino uses. Hardware is easy, but the difficulty always comes in the software.