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SSD prices have been dropping by over 25% every year:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/157958/apple-throws-out-the-rulebook-for-its-unique-next-gen-mac-pro/520#post_2356972In 2013, I estimated 2015 would see $0.39/GB and Samsung is at $0.36/GB. If it reaches $0.09/GB by 2020, then a 3TB drive would be $270 and 6TB $540. The speed difference alone will make hard drives irrelevant but noise, reliability/resilience to movement, spin up times will also put people off.Also,...
iOS 8's share sheets are meant for this kind of functionality: http://www.macstories.net/reviews/powered-by-extensions-stacks-converts-currencies-inside-ios-8s-safari/
You can still suffer though. Sounds like Tidal is a bit washed up before it's even hit the shore.New music is for the younger generation and they have no money, which is why they don't pay for it. Some manage to cough up for gaming subscriptions but there's no alternative. Online gaming can't be ripped off very easily. As soon as one person streams audio, it can be captured and then shared.One route to go with a subscription is sell a product e.g subsidize Beats like the...
It comes with a smaller power adaptor. The battery is very close to the one in the Air but charges using a 29W adaptor vs 45W in the Air. A bigger adaptor would charge faster but there's probably some maximum input power it will accept. If the MBP switches to a 65W USB C adaptor then if it works on the MB, it will charge quite quickly. As it ships, it'll likely charge slower than the Air.
People who support gay relationships would likely condemn relationships like the following:http://www.inquisitr.com/1958694/woman-jailed-on-incest-charges-after-having-two-children-with-her-biological-father/Those were consenting adults (and heterosexual). In those cases and other unions there is evidence for there being a victim of their actions. Their children were born with medical problems. This wouldn't be the case in homosexual relationships as they can't conceive so...
You have to be careful with USB video output because it usually isn't hardware accelerated. Kensington has a USB 3 adaptor here:http://www.kensington.com/us/us/4491/k33974am/usb-3-0-multi-display-adapterNot being hardware accelerated means 3D graphics don't work on it and refreshes use CPU power and can lag. Display outputs are connected to the graphics card, USB isn't. The newer USB C on the latest 12" Macbook changes this as it puts displayport out the USB port. For...
It's partly about what the markup is too. How much is it really costing them to build this kind of adaptor? They make one for just USB A for $19. Google's USB C to displayport and to HDMI each cost $40 and they don't usually put high margins on products so maybe dealing with video comes with some added complexity but even so, $80 is a lot for an adaptor, especially if you have to plug into different projectors and need both HDMI and VGA. Powerpoint presentations aren't for...
Google's new Chromebook has 2 USB C ports plus 2 USB A ports:https://www.google.com/chromebook/pixel/http://www.anandtech.com/show/9082/the-chromebook-pixel-2015-review/6It can charge on either side. It must be able to adapt to power being plugged in on both sides at once.The Macbook dropping from 3 usable ports plus power on the Air to 1 port including power is restrictive - something as simple as copying from one external drive to another isn't possible now without a...
Apple sells an HDMI to DVI adaptor so that should give you a 3rd display:http://store.apple.com/us/product/MJVU2AM/A/apple-hdmi-to-dvi-adapterMini-displayport can be split but the following isn't Mac compatible:http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-DisplayPort-Triple-Multi-Monitor/dp/B00JLRBC7SFor CPU performance, you can check here, the lowest MBP 2015 is 6934 on multi-core 64-bit, your iMac is 3110 so the MBP is over 2x...
Any of the following should be ok: http://www.amazon.com/PB278Q-27-Inch-LED-lit-Professional-Graphics/dp/B009C3M7H0 http://www.amazon.com/Dell-Monitor-P2715Q-27-Inch-LED-Lit/dp/B00PC9HFO8 http://www.amazon.com/LG-Electronics-34UM95-34-Inch-LED-Lit/dp/B00JR6GCZA They should just need a mini-displayort to displayport cable to run them. Be aware that some displays have trouble running at 60Hz in some configurations. 30Hz is a slow refresh rate for a monitor. Look around to...
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