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Why My Next Computer Will Probably Be A MacBook Air

October 6th, 2010

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The MacBook Air doesn’t get much love anymore. Its last update was back in 2009, and no one seems to fawn over it as they did when it was introduced in 2008. However, Apple’s slimmest notebook has recently become very appealing to me, and could be more so if Cupertino puts just a little effort […]

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Working Ethernet (Wired) For All HackBooks

November 6th, 2008


At the office I expierence a lot of wireless frustration. Mainly due to the fact that we’re running on less than ideal home equipment ($29 Netgear Router), but moreso the layout of the building and massive amount of other wireless signals in the area. I probably “lag” or disconnect from our wireless hotspot at least […]

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The “Free Mac” Offer’s Not For Me

June 20th, 2008


I’ve been thinking for the past couple days about taking up one of these amazing website offers of absolutely “free” prizes just for completing some random offers. One of the biggest prizes and most popular happen to be Apple products. A free iPhone, Mac Mini, Macbook Pro, etc. A quick Google search undercovers multiple blog […]

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MacBook Air: Serious Hangtime

January 15th, 2008


Move over, Michael Jordan. Apple has introduced a notebook that’s going to be getting some serious air. And I don’t mean that lightly. At Macworld 2008 today in San Francisco, CA., Steve Jobs unveiled to the world the thinnest laptop computer ever made: The MacBook Air. This computer is so thin that Intel Corp. had […]

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