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So i wanna get my hands dirty in tech hardware. i have learned the abc of computers only 7 years ago, and i still consider myself a very noob in computers since my first computer was a laptop and even today ita still the laptop.
i got 0 experience with assembling, 0 experience setting up my network cards, cpu disks , ram in slots and what not.
but this changes in next few weeks. i am fed up with ugly jamf limitations on my office laptop, fed up with the 20-mins-to-run emulators on my personal laptop , and overall fedup with this capitalist mindset that goes into making these "4 years until shit is weak" laptops.
the only exception i find in laptops are the mac laptops which are delightful to be used , especially there hardware. however they too seem to be made with $$$ in mind and i am not going to spend $4k on a piece of beautiful metal which can't run emulators properly.
so my dear seasoned professionals, can you guide me with how to build a PC? the only requirement is smooth experience with android studio emulators and a possibility to upgrade processor, ram , ssd, etc whenever the tech grows (which i guess is a possibility with PCs, right?)7
So... I've been looking for a week on why my machine was braking tools on every piece...
Found out yesterday, it was machining without water....
Told the engenheir (my direct boss)... Started working at midnight and was the same...
Decided to fix it, besides the fact that I'm a temp and shouldn't be doing his job...
Can't fix it... To many broken pieces....
Well a few metal pipes like straws and some rubber bands and its fixed for now...
I really can't understand why a engenheir gets 10x more money and can't bother to fix the machines....
Well I know why... He's not the one paying for new ones when these brake.
Next: other machine Is working without oil...
And no, I'm not messing with that... In a few months they will just have to buy a new one.4
ugh... laptops are like , crazy addictions.
1 year ago, my hp laptop was the best for me, building android studio apps , keeping daily backups of all my home's appliances comfortably in it, running games and various softwares . i would carry it anywhere without fearing of any damage thanks to heavy cases and keyboard covers.
till i started my first job who gave me an intel mac to work with.I got a revised definition of a laptop. laptops are not what i knew .
- a laptop is something which does not take 20+ minutes to build android apps and can build in 60 seconds too
- a laptop is something which does not need to have a shitty plastic body and can have a high quality metal body.
- a laptop is something which does not need to have a shitty screen and can have a really clear (but fragile /s) HQ screen.
- a laptop is something which does not necessarily gives you ports. /s
- a laptop is something which does not necessarily needs large storage to store your stuff. /s
- INR 60K (or half of my 1st year college fees) isn't apparently not enough for a laptop
- a laptop can cost TONS to get fixed /s
now , i did have learned all this and even after all the flaws , i feel like inclined towards buying a macbook. however coming from a typical lower class family from india , who DID break a laptop screen in 1 year, i am having some serious concerns buying a laptop , a 16 inch piece of aluminium for 300K (almost the cost of my four years of graduation)
but compared to that , i also have concerns buying any laptop above 100k because that's a lot of money , even though I could afford it. the whole point is, my non tech grocery seller parents worked too hard for very less money . i am in tech profile, i believe my work is not that much physically intensive, and i work half as hard as those guys , nd earn good yet spending SO MUCH feels like being an idiot
oh the headache :/11