January 4, 2008
Macbook made to fit-in-to iMac, whoa… Macworld 2008.
“This Apple docking station patent shows a screen base in which you can slide in a MacBook through its side. While this would be difficult to do with current MacBooks, it fits perfectly with the idea of the ultra-light, ultra-slim MacBook that allegedly will be presented at MacWorld.” The images and description looks quite cool.
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December 3, 2007
Apple began November introducing a revamped line of MacBook laptops. Let’s close out the month with a few words about another product announced alongside the MacBook updates—a build-to-order configuration of the MacBook Pro.
If you remember, on the same day Apple boosted the processor speeds and made other internal changes to its MacBook line, it also announced the availability a new, faster 2.6GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor for the MacBook Pro. The 2.6GHz processor is a $250 upgrade over the $2,499 and $2,799 models that ship with the 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo.
Macworld Lab ordered and received a 15-inch MacBook Pro with the faster processor. It should come as no surprise that this custom-built MacBook Pro is the fastest portable Mac to date. Read the rest of this entry »
November 1, 2007
As rumored, Apple has quietly updated the MacBook tonight to the Santa Rosa architecture with mild speed bumps and the new GMA X3100 integrated video. The Video Card is the real story here, before it was piss poor, now it is a bit more professional, bring on Civ III ! See my experieince with the macbook that iSold. Story
- New Macbook Chipset
- New better Graphics Card
- macbook hard drive increase (up to 250!)
- Mac Book pro goes up to 2.6 gig with 250 gig hard drive…
http://thunkdifferent.com/2007/08/01/isold-my-macbook-selling-it-was-easy-heres-why/read more | digg story
October 16, 2007
At this point when the Apple store closes, its like, yeah… you wont be open for a few hours. But really, do they need to take all their stores off at once? No way jose, they do it as marketing.
It s a good trick really, it gets people asking, wondering, wanting to look around and maybe even bring it up to other people. Best of all when they are up again, it is up t the web surfer to find things out for theirselves, which means more apple hits and likely more Apple sales. Oh what will the day bring?
August 8, 2007
Dear Real Steve Jobs,
Thank you. The iLife ’08 released today looks to be the most revolutionary media software package on earth. The iMacs… incredible, .Mac – Thank god, Numbers – expected, but thanks. All is all, iLife ’08 fills in the gaps that the Leopard keynote was missing, and then some. iMovie… who is that guy who simply came up with this idea, the idea that changed media forever? I want to buy him a gift on Facebook, and then buy him a real one, doesn’t matter what it is, a beer, candy, a rainbow, whatever he wants. He deserves it. He deserves to go on more vacations. Send him to india, the pyramids, the wall, stonehenge. I’m interested to see what he comes up with. iThink we all are.
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August 7, 2007
With less than 24 hours to go before Apple is scheduled to host a Mac-related media event on its campus, several small tidbits regarding new iMac pricing and the fate of the Mac mini have surfaced…
According to one source, Apple has issued to suppliers three new iMac price points for models that are expected to be immediately available following their introduction on Tuesday. Read the rest of this entry »
August 3, 2007
Yes, I really asked that question. Why don’t iMacs have batteries?
The reason I ask is because things happen. Someone is building a building and cuts the power to a whole city block. Oops. Or a storm brews up and knocks down a tree and the lights go out. It happens, the power goes out and then my iMac goes dead. So why don’t desktop computers have batteries?
Now, I’m not asking for much. Just a small battery that lasts maybe 10-30 minutes. Giving the user just enough time to save everything and shut down the computer safely. I’d think there would be enough room for a mini battery inside my iMac.
Or maybe, someone like Griffin Technologies could come up with a battery pack accessory. It could plug into your USB or Firewire slot and keep you safe.
Granted, I don’t even know if this is possible for a third party accessory, but I thought I’d ask as I’ve had the power go out a couple of times in the past few days and it’s really annoying. I haven’t lost anything, but even five minutes is enough time for me to save whatever I need and shut down.
Now buying a big UPS backup is overkill in this situation. So don’t even suggest it. I want something small and handy for just a few minutes of power.
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