Personally have this as my notebook and I think it is great. Sure there are things that I would like to have as features, but for the price I don’t think it can be beat. Keyboard is slightly “mushy” but I feel you get used to it. Performs like a champ at all the task I attempt to make it do and plays all of my indie & older games. No Skyrim here.
The show was great and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was worth the money I paid for gas and the ticket to see this show. Bands played were Make Me Famous, MyChildren MyBride, Stick To Your Guns, A Skylit Drive, and For Today at the Bluemoose Taphouse in Iowa City.
- Make Me Famous was a lot better in my opinion than what I thought they were going to be. Much heavier than what they seemed to be, but I haven’t really listened to much of their albums because none of them are on Spotify. Also found it sweet that they were from Ukraine.
- MyChildren MyBride were alright. I enjoyed them and like the songs, but I didn’t really know their songs and never really had a strong liking for them, so they were just alright. Wouldn’t mind seeing them again if I knew more of their material.
- Stick To Your Guns was a lot better than the first time I saw them about two years ago. Don’t know if set was just a poor performance when I first saw them or what, but this time they were great. Got the crowd really stoked for them. Only complaint was the moshers for STYG seemed angry and not the friendlest bunch.
- Didn’t watched A Skylit Drive at all because I don’t like them at all and didn’t give them a chance Instead I talked to my friends at the bar and drank a Blue Moon.
- For Today was amazing like always and I always feel renewed after seeing them live. Looking forward to the new album even though I don’t think it shall top Portraits (which is my personal favorite) but it will still be good and I still will buy it from them. My throat is sore from screaming the lyrics of all of the songs that they played. Fourth time seeing them live in Iowa and it won’t be my last. Looking into going to see them and The Chariot at Cornerstone this summer.