Originally Posted by koolhaas
...more like this guy
re: who is the new Dell named after....
Well, computer geeks are certainly more into Belgian composer/balladers from the '60's than into sci-fi admirals jumping...
Leave it to Dell to name its "forward-looking" new line after a character in Battlestar Galactica just as the final episodes are airing......
Not to mention, to these eyes, the thing is in no way as sleek looking as its...
Originally Posted by ArcoshKobosh
I became a new member today just so I can reply to this article.
Hey, yo, new poster. This is a news and public forum site frequented by kids and families, not some hyperventilating chat room...
Originally Posted by solipsism
I understand if the device isn't a fit for you and the instruction do seem somewhat complex, but I found them to be natural on the iPhone. Natural enough that I was immediately wanting more options,...
Originally Posted by tonton
...read the Apple Manual.
To go back to the beginning of the track or go back to the previous track if you're already at the beginning, you triple click.
To fast rewind, you triple-click and...
Originally Posted by Denton
You missed the point of BeaverbookG4's comment. He wants the ability to skip forward or back a few seconds at a time, rather than one track at a time:
I personally think that this feature is almost...
Originally Posted by rain
I know what it is.
All I will say is, there is a new tone at Apple with Steve Jobs gone.
Cook is cooking up something too.
Do you think this initiative was started a few weeks ago? And...
Originally Posted by mrjoec123
I'm still trying to figure out what problem the netbook solves, anyway. I have a laptop. I have an iPhone.
What good is an underpowered laptop that is smaller than my current MacBook Pro, but...
Originally Posted by nashi
Is Apple's lowliest product offering a glimpse of the future.
We know that Apple doesn't think keyboards should be on portable devices (apart from Macbooks).
Or even on MacBooks necessarily... ...if...
The distinctly mixed reception to all this "new" hardware here and across forums underscores why it was not only not released at MacWorld, but quietly as well.
One hopes it's a placeholder for a post Snow Leopard and new gen...