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20 Jun 2018
i was watching a youtube video and I was enjoying the stereo sound when I realised the sound seemed odd, there was no central stereo image. I think it's because the speakers are mis-wired and thus out of phase.

Just me?

Or is it some sort of audio processing that's meant to give a faux wide field effect?

I'm wondering if there's an audio player for android which allows reversing the phase of one channel so I can do a test to try and prove I am right.
18 Jun 2018
Since installing Linux also means reinstalling android and wiping the data partition, I want to choose the right amount of space for Linux so I won't have to do that again.

I have a 64GB memory card, so I can put bulk data on that.
I was thinking of allocating 8GB. I won't be compiling the entire kernel but I will probably need to compile kernel modules, so should I allocate 10 or even 12G?
7 Jun 2018

https://liliputing.com/2018/06/gpd-pocket-2...s-and-body.html

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7 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel touchscreen display
Intel Core M3-7Y30 Kaby lake processor
4GB and 8GB RAM options
128GB of eMMC 5.0 storage
MicroSD card slot
6,800 mAh battery
2 USB 3.0 Type-A ports
1 USB Type-C port for charging/data/video
Headset jack
Capacitive pen
7 Jun 2018
https://liliputing.com/2018/06/one-mix-yoga-preview.html

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The One Mix Yoga is a curious computer. At first glance it looks like a tiny laptop: it has a QWERTY keyboard, a 7 inch touchscreen display, an Intel processor, and Windows 10 software.

But it also has a 360-degree hinge that lets you push the screen all the way back and hold the computer like a tablet. It also comes with a pressure-sensitive active pen that you can use to write, draw, select, or otherwise interact with the One Mix Yoga.
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