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  • thejadedmonkey
    May 5, 12:26 PM
    Devil's Advocate:

    I bought a Netbook Holiday Special ($199 normally $399 with ATI chip and graphics and Win 7 Home Premium) from the MS Store last Dec.

    MS took off the manufacturer's build (with tons of bloat-ware) and put their own on. It included a lot MS of extras (photo, video editing, music editor - sounding familiar?) and their premium Anti-Virus with lifetime subscription.

    When it booted, it only asked for my username and the type of network to connect to (again - familiar? LOL)

    I haven't had any problems with it whatsoever... :eek:

    Just food for thought...

    A lot of people on this board forget that Windows is the OS leader for a reason...

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  • Roy
    Sep 21, 08:55 PM
    ....snip.... They placed a hold on my order until Tuesday while verifying my educational status, then sent me a notice the next day (Wednesday) telling me that my order is being processed.....snip...

    How did they verify your educational status? I've ordered 3 personal computers from Apple over the years, but I don't ever remember having to verify my educational status as a teacher.

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  • bc2610
    Sep 28, 01:33 PM
    I have not even downloaded any update yet but I have to say that safari is snappier in anticipation.

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  • velocityg4
    Mar 21, 09:22 AM
    $214.14 per hogshead here.

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  • Icculus
    Mar 11, 08:03 AM
    The line at Stonebrier is setup all the way down to build a. Bear wih stantions. 11 people in line. Sign in Apple states 3:00 pm close to get ready for Ipad2 launch at 5.


    Man I wasn't planning on getting in line till 2-3pm....might have to change that, seems like SB is getting busy....will keep watching for updates.

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  • Mintin8
    Apr 14, 01:38 PM
    I rated Negative, so should you. Please, move to Page 2.

    I don't know why you care to be honest????

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  • floridabrits
    May 5, 02:25 PM
    Hi there

    I have a late 2009 Mac mini (3,1) with a 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU.

    I recently upgraded to 8GB RAM and would like to put in a Solid State Drive and a CPU upgrade.

    I was wondering if anyone can help with answers to the following questions, or share their experiences?

    - Is it possible to replace the hard drive with a Solid State Drive in this version of Mac mini?

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  • Hastings101
    May 5, 07:53 PM
    The iMac 27" is my favorite.. none of the all-in-ones it's compared to are even the same size on that chart. Even if you build a computer with the same equipment it's more:
    $1100+ for the 27" IPS monitor from Dell (
    $150-250 for the processor (i5 2390(I think)) according to Intel (
    $120+ for the graphics card (desktop version, not sure about the mobile) according to Newegg (
    Anywhere from $100 to $500+ for the tower and necessary equipment ( just depends on what tower, cooling etc. you purchase)
    $100 for the Windows license according to Newegg Newegg (
    $1470 at the minimum, probably paying more or less for certain items, if you do it yourself. Probably higher cost if you buy it from a manufacturer. Either way not everything comes in a nice single package like the iMac does (which does have advantages/disadvantages). Plus the hours you get to spend putting it together if you do decide to build it yourself.

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  • E.Lizardo
    Mar 24, 07:37 AM
    I do wish people in this forum stop referring to 'the military' as though they were some sort of alien life-forms. 'The military' are people, and even if you happen to be in the oh-so-unique moral high ground of opposing war and violence from your comfortable desk, soldiers deserve the best kit we can afford to give them. Ditto for the returning veterans. And their families.

    Kind of sad,really.People being hated by the very people they are willing to die for.

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  • ellyka112
    Nov 21, 03:11 AM
    Good luck to that kid. He'll need it seeing Apple's recent track record with cases like this.

    Lam's success has not gone unnoticed, however, as he has now received a letter from a purported private investigator claiming that Lam is trafficking in stolen goods. Lam intends to secure the services of a lawyer to defend himself against any possible action.

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  • Blue Velvet
    Mar 26, 03:51 PM
    London's congestion charge was effective in reducing gridlock there.

    For a short while, maybe a year or so, and the effect was pronounced, for those of us who use London buses. The mayor rolled it back from the central/western areas recently and long-term impact studies seem a little scarce in terms of car driver numbers. The carrot was also introducing cheaper bus and tube fares by means of the Oyster Card, a card with an RFID chip in it to speed passenger boarding with pre-paid tickets.

    Using a bus in the UK, or London at least, doesn't quite have the same stigma it seems to have with some people in the US... although the distances involved are probably shorter than perhaps the average US commute.

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  • rdowns
    Apr 25, 01:29 PM
    Wait until they start digging around in his past.

    The Donald�s free ride is over. As the 2012 race begins, time for more reality, less reality TV. In this week�s Newsweek, Howard Kurtz says Trump may regret a decision to declare for the White House.

    As Donald Trump tries to leverage his brand with a reality-show campaign for president, surging to the top of the 2012 GOP polls, the past is coming back to bite him. The media establishment has been treating him more as colorful sideshow than serious candidate. But now that it seems The Donald might actually run, it�s time to take a closer look at the darker corners of his empire.

    Take John Robbins. When the retired Army officer heard Trump, in a music-filled tent, talk of putting up the tallest building in Tampa, Florida, he wanted in��because of the Trump name.� But Robbins lost half his $150,000 down payment when the condo project went bankrupt and was �floored� to learn that Trump had merely licensed his gold-plated moniker: �I just don�t see Trump fitting the role of commander in chief. Somebody has to stand up to Mr. Trump.�

    Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: He was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. �I want to throw up every time I see him,� says the Los Angeles accountant. �I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.� Trump, who exudes a blustery charm, doesn�t miss a beat. �What about the 50 deals that worked out great�are you going to cover that, too?� he asks me. Let the record show he has built some fabulous properties�but has also filed for corporate bankruptcy four times, most recently with his casino unit. �I do play with the bankruptcy laws�they�re very good for me� as a way of cutting debt, Trump says.

    He says he�s not responsible in lawsuits over the two failed condo projects because his partners were the actual builders�and, his attorney says, such confidential licensing agreements are standard. Besides, says Trump, the buyers are �lucky� because they would have lost more money in a tanking market had the projects been built.

    Another venture, Trump University, had to change its name after New York authorities ruled it wasn�t properly licensed; the school is also under scrutiny in Texas, where officials are examining possibly deceptive practices. Tarla Makaeff spent $35,000 to �Learn from the Master,� as a brochure put it, but the marketer says she didn�t get much beyond two �mentors� who were barely available after showing her some properties needing rehab. �I�m just disgusted by their greed,� says Makaeff, who is suing the school.

    But Trump, who is countersuing, has a tape of Makaeff calling two staffers �awesome.� �This is really ******** stuff,� he says, citing customer surveys that rate the school highly.

    Trump sells himself as a head-banging businessman who can shake up a dysfunctional Beltway culture. But as pundits belatedly put him under the microscope, they�ll find him all over the political map. While Mitt Romney is typecast as a flip-flopper, Trump declared in 2000 that �we must have universal health care�; now he says President Obama's health-care law is unconstitutional. He once pronounced himself �strongly pro-choice� but recently discovered that, guess what, he�s pro-life. Obama was �amazing� and �phenomenal,� Trump wrote in 2009; now, not so much. And while Newt Gingrich is branded an adulterer, Trump conducted a tabloid-frenzy affair with Marla Maples, the second of his three wives.

    For now, the press has pushed back hardest on Trump�s strange decision to peddle the birther nonsense. But he knows his customers: Polls show roughly half of Republicans don�t believe Obama is a citizen.

    Trump is suddenly inescapable, all over the networks, which love Trump because he�s good for ratings and the field is dull. Remember Sarah Palin? Her spokeswoman chided news outlets on Twitter for largely ignoring her last speech.

    Trump may be giving his rivals cover by dominating the stage, but if reporters keep turning over rocks, the master showman might be glad he hung on to his day job.

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  • Laird Knox
    Apr 5, 08:07 PM
    I don't think it needs 5 years, the hardware is already powerful enough to handle image editing and sorting it just needs a well designed app and someway of assessing wireless storage.

    Don't think just hardware though - Even though the hardware will continue to evolve, the software has a long way to go as well. They have really been making some great strides lately but still have much to do.

    In addition, people's usage habits will continue to evolve. My Mom doesn't do much more than email, web, word processing and photo browsing. Does she really need a big box to do that? I see a tablet sitting in a dock connected to a keyboard/mouse and possibly an external monitor. Works just as well as that big box. Then she can pick it up and use it as a tablet when she doesn't need the keyboard.

    All the pieces are falling into place but I have to agree that five years is a pretty good timeline. In ten things are really going to get interesting. ;)

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  • ptysell
    Mar 23, 01:53 PM
    [QUOTE=HobeSoundDarryl;12235279]"Now with airplay" seems too far down the benefit list to drive many sales of TVs. I doubt it would be touted in any mainstream way- just as another line item of something else the TV can do. I don't picture people choosing to buy new TVs because they come with that particular benefit.[QUOTE]

    Apparently you don't understand just how many iOS devices apples has sold.

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  • e-coli
    Sep 13, 08:26 PM
    Dell a top tier vendor?

    actually, dell makes insanely great computers. their stock video cards generally aren't very good, but you can fix that easily.

    apple needs to catch up quickly. it's getting sad and pathetic. especially with the rumors that apple is just now scrambling to find someone to manufacture/replace the G5 or equivalent.

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  • ivan2002
    May 2, 02:06 PM
    My white iPhone 4 is definitely thicker than my wife's black iPhone 4.
    See how I said "my white iPhone 4" as opposed to "the white iPhone 4"?

    With that I showed a lot more professionalism than all these "experts" with their fancy measuring tools making conclusions about ALL phones based on the ONE they happen to have. The tool they all lack is the ability to draw logical conclusions.

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  • bluebomberman
    Feb 24, 05:12 PM
    it would be great if the "full" version is included. maybe you're forced to purchase additional "packs" via app-store if you want to enhance a "basic" server version, i.e. mail-server etc.

    There's no indication on Apple's Lion preview page that they're packaging a gutted server package with additional add-ons to be sold separately.

    Easy Setup
    Lion Server guides you through configuring your Mac as a server. And it provides local and remote administration — for users and groups, push notifications, file sharing, calendaring, mail, contacts, chat, Time Machine, VPN, web, and wiki services — all in one place.

    It's all speculation at this point, but a description like that makes it sound like ALL of Lion Server is included in each copy of Lion.

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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 12, 06:28 PM
    The MS products have more functionality for sure ... question is if really everyone needs everything from that functionality. For most home users and even some business users iWorks does everything they need and is therefore a cheaper option that does the trick. Many business customers (and few home users) need stuff that iWork does not offer, but MS Office does.

    Bottom line: depends on your use case -> bold statements like Product A is better then B are rarely true since it usually depends on many things.

    Thanks for stating the obvious but why would one NOT chose something that is 100% doc and docx compatible with all the Windows counterparts?

    If you need to compose a grocery list or a flier for your next garage sale then iWurk is for you I guess but for the rest of us that actually need to collaborate with other people in the real world, no thanks.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 5, 10:07 AM
    Ohh SNAP! Diss on engineers. I feel a bit picked on:(

    Aug 14, 08:43 PM
    The only people who like these ads are mac users. They make the zealots feel special and supperior which might have been the whole point. As said before, you never get customers by making fun of them. These ads only alienate POTENTIAL customers, thats not a success and its not brilliant. So far apple users are the only ones defending these ads as representing products rather than the people who use the products. If everyone else doesnt see it the same way then the ad is a failure no matter how much people argue, once the target audience misses the point then youve lost. Youll get absolutely nowhere asking "are these ads elistist?" on a mac forum, go ask it on a forum with a high number of PC users and Im sure the responses will be 100% different. Computers arent cheap, if you make fun of someone who spent a lot of money on something, something they probably like a lot, youll just make them defend themselves if you act like they made a stupid decision. I mean jeez, how is that not common sense?

    While Im sure they made a few sales with the ads (or pushed a lot of people on the edge of getting a mac back over to the PC side), they could have made MUCH better ones that didnt make fun of potential customers. HP's commercials are good examples of how to sell a computer, they show celebrities and all the things they do on their laptop. Someone new to computers is going to see that ad much more favorably over the apple ad since it actually shows why they should get a computer rather than how stupid everyone else is for not having a mac.

    The ads were well executed like usual, but the stupid idea strengthens the stereotype of apple user elitism. I think apple should try to fix that stereotype rather than keep reinforcing it. Instead of saying "hey dumbass, stop playing with calculator and get a mac" in a passive aggressive way, they could have said "pc's are cool but you might find that macs are better at a lot of things, check it out."

    Apr 12, 08:21 PM
    Strange coincidence. Android fanboy tears have increased about 40% too.

    LOL! Good one!

    This sort of momentum from Apple in the Tablet market is going to be tough to overcome.

    Taustin Powers
    Apr 5, 06:27 AM
    Somehow I was expecting to see a lot more praise and excitement for the 3DS after it launched....

    The 3D effect seems to trigger mixed reactions. Other than that...there really doesn't seem to be anything truly exciting about it? I don't see any "wow, those graphics!!" or "holy cow, this thing is fast/powerful" type comments.

    The general vibe I am getting from here and other places is more like "pretty neat", rather than "wow, so awesome". :confused:

    Apr 12, 05:11 PM
    Personally, I chose Verizon over AT&T simply because my new iPad 2 drops no calls. Love the reliability.

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