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Archive for the ‘Macbook Pro’ Category

November 22nd, 2008

Luxury Case: Linea Slimcase for MacBook Pro

[via Gentleman’s Gadgets]
To some people style and luxury is everything. Orbino has made a laptop case for the MacBook Pro that does exactly that. The Linea Slim laptop case is a hand crafted notebook case that oozes luxury. The finely crafted leather case encases your MacBook Pro yet allows for use while in the case. […]

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November 14th, 2008

Mac for Barack

I’ve been watching the US political contest closely and I’m so glad that my personal favorite won the election. In January the US will have their first African American President, when Barack Obama takes his oath.
Today I was happy to find out that President-Elect Obama is a Mac user. Woohoo!
According to this Wired article, Obama […]

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November 9th, 2008

Scott Kelby’s Thoughts On The New MacBook Pro

If you’re a photographer or doing a lot of Photoshop work, chances are you’ve heard of Scott Kelby. He’s a renowned photographer, author and Photoshop guru. He co-hosts Photoshop User TV with Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski.
Scott wrote his review on the new MacBook Pro. The jist of his review says that as a […]

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November 8th, 2008

Calibrating Your MacBook/MacBook Pro’s Battery

Batteries are an important part of having a portable. Being mobile is one of the reasons you got a portable and it can’t be portable if it can’t run on batteries right? So having a good set of batteries is important.
Calibrating your batteries is important to making sure you get a good amount of […]

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October 16th, 2008

MacBook/MacBook Pro Roundup

It’s only been a few days since the launch of the all new MacBook and MacBook Pro but a lot has been written about it. I’ve taken the liberty of collecting some good reads about them. If you’re deciding whether or not to get one of these babies then I suggest going over these articles […]

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October 14th, 2008

The New MacBook/MacBook Pros: Greener But Meaner Machines

I think I just wet myself… Seriously… I can’t remember when I was really excited for some new products. The iPhone was great but I didn’t want to go and sell my kidneys right away to buy one. The MacBooks and MacBook Pros are a different story altogether. They literally made me want to go […]

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October 13th, 2008

What Are You Looking For In The Next MacBooks/MacBook Pros

With a little over a day till Apple updates its notebook line, the question I’m asking myself is what do I really want in the next generation of Apple’s portables. Features that would really make me think about upgrading from my current 17″ MacBook Pro.
I’ve been thinking of selling my current MacBook Pro and going […]

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October 9th, 2008

The Show Will Go On After All

[Photo from Big Tech (Fortune)]
According to this article from Fortune, the Apple event on October 14 is pushing through. So much for my previous entry. This time Apple is not being subtle about what they intend to announce. The invite says “The spotlight turns to notebooks”. How much clearer can you get?
The event will be […]

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September 25th, 2008

Are New MacBooks MacBook Pros Really Coming Soon?

According to a story by AppleInsider there are signs that it is. Apparently production ready versions of the said computers have been spotted.
Just to be upfront, these are currently just rumors. We’re hoping it is true though.
The report is saying that the MacBook and MacBook Pro line of computers will share similar design […]

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August 21st, 2008

What Do You Do When Your Mac Breaks Down and Warranty Has Lapsed

Several people I know contacted me recently. They were having problems with their Macs and asked for advice. One had a broken LCD and another was having trouble with her trackpad and keyboard. It would later be diagnosed as a logic board problem. These two people have one thing in common, their Macs could not […]

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