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Hello guys,   I intend to buy my girlfriend a 13" rMBP or a 13" Macbook air. The main use will be internet browsing, watching movies and pic. The air would be perfect for her, but I was thinking why not the retina. It does look so much better in the shop!   However, for internet use, I can see a lot of people complaining about the blurry pic, etc. But mostly it is discussions from 2012. What about now? Should we keep on avoiding a retina mac book if we mostly use...
Thank you for your answers!    I found this in another tread, its exactly what I wish:   http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/152825/future-of-mac-pro#post_2197325   Of course I can still put stickers on my keyboard. But seriously, my macbookpro is gorgeous, no way I will make it look ugly that way :)
I use to write a lot in korean, french, and in the near future I attend to tackle arabic. Theses languages got their own alphabet, so they have their own keyboard (except french, where its special characters: é è à etc.), but my keyboard is a normal american one: so when I change my keyboard setting to korean for example, I must learn by heart where are all the letters.    So, do you think that anytime soon we can expect an universal keyboard where all the letters...
Hello,   comparing the size of the imac and the macbook pro I am quite surprised.   The 2011 macbook pro are 0.95 inch (2.41 cm) thick.   It can include a powerful 7 hours battery, 750gb hard drive, 8gb memory, an i7 processor, camera, wifi, good audio, many ports, nvidia gforce 650m graphic card. And of course a screen panel and the cooling system.   http://www.apple.com/macbook-pro/specs/13-and-15-inch/   All of it for 4.5 pounds...
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3314484?start=0&tstart=0   Apparently the cinema display is about 1.25 inch, 3 cm (Apple only give the depth size with the stand, which of course should not be considered). The thickest apple laptop is about 30% thinner, the air being almost 50% thinner... including all the stuff that a computer have and that I screen doesn't.
Wait, I didn't wrote my sentence correctly.   I didn't mean why it cannot be as thin as the screen panel of the mac book, obviously just because of the ports it can't be... But why it can't be at least as thin as a closed mac book! How can it be justified?   http://www.apple.com/macbook-pro/specs/13-and-15-inch/ http://www.apple.com/macbookair/specs.html http://www.apple.com/macbookair/specs.html   The 2011 mac book pro is 2.41cm (0.95 inch) thick, the...
Really, I don't get why it cannot manage to be (at least! ) as thin as mac book.
Thanks for the quick answer! Still, could you develop a bit more? A computer whithout HDD, CPU, GPU, RAM, it doesn't really sound to me as a computer... What is it that make it as an entire computer then? The ports?   Here is what I found on the apple store:   [quote]You get 27 inches of high-resolution screen space, high-quality audio, a FaceTime HD camera, three USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 800, and Gigabit Ethernet. All through a single connection. The Thunderbolt...
Hello guys!   Passing by an Apple store, I was just wondering why is the Apple cinema display almost as thick as an Imac. I mean, It's just a screen! Why it cannot be as thin as the screen of any Mac book? Even some enormous LED tv are like 1-2 cm thin.   Seriously, what's inside that can justify such a thick stuff? My brain just cannot compute the fact that a screen and a complete all in one desktop (the imac) got almost the same.
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