Isn't that the exact same comtroller Steam uses to advertise their Big Picture mode?! O.o
Yes, it's the Logitech F710 (wireless, Xinput & DirectInput[older]).
When I saw the ipad originally I thought it was the dumbest invention ever. I thought of it as an oversized iPhone.
Then I used it and somehow it just clicked. I thought of reading comics and manga, browsing websites quickly, responding to email faster than on a phone without having to commit to powering up a pc. Maybe it's not for everyone but it has become so integrated into how I access media and Internet that I can't really imagine not having it.
I think part of it is just about your lifestyle. I come home from work and working on servers all day and I don't want to sit at a desk. I usually make dinner with my wife, spend time and watch some tv with her and when I have time and no other obligations fit in some gaming after that. The ipad allows me to still be connected but not have the obligation and intrusion a computer presents. I use it for a minute and set it aside. I don't worry about heat, airflow, wires, battery, etc.
If I was still a student living in a dorm and I came home and lived at my desk it wouldn't make much sense. It's just how you live your life.
I have a Nexus 7 and had a CM7'd Nook Color before. 7" tablets are nice, not necessary, but nice. My N900 (
mobile computer) is over three years old now (and I"m not replacing it until I can get another linuxphone, thankfully Ubuntuphone is on the horizon), so it's nice to have something to supplement it. 7" is a nice companion nice for looking up/referring to stuff in class, and fits in my purse when I don't want to carry my Macbook Air. I use it mostly for occasional web browsing, book/papers/notes reference (I scan all my handwritten notes). Occasional use for steaming something to watch from my desktop before sleep.
Is there any way to get these without having Borderlands 2 installed?
Login to a friend's machine who has it installed.