Tuesday Aug 07, 2007

384000

384000: okay who has figured out what that number represents? Anyone? Okay, so 384000 is the number of pixels that my display has lost in moving from a Sun Ray 1g to a Sun Ray 2. So if you don't know, I have been using a SR@H (Sun Ray @ Home) for a while now. When I was first setup I was given a Sun Ray 1, then a 24.1" LCD, then a Sun Ray 1g and how I have moved up to a Sun Ray 2. While on the 1g I was cranking out a resolution of 1920x1200. In hooking up the SR2 I have found (should could have read ahead of time) that the maximum resolution is 1600x1200. Thus we get to the number 384000, the number of pixels that I have reduced my desktop resolution. I have only been up one day on this new resolution so I can't pass judgment on it yet... I shall let you know. I do know that if I would be using a Sun Ray 2FS that I would be able to drive the 1920x1200... but the 2FS was not presented to me as an option.

On a positive note, it is great having cleared up one less device that needs power in the office. The Sun Ray 2 do the VPN connection inside the unit without having to have an extra vpn router in the connection string. Great work Sun Ray team.

For what it's worth.

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