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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...
Steve did the same sort of thing too in naming a computer after his daughter.http://allaboutstevejobs.com/bio/longbio/longbio_03.phphttp://www.academia.edu/1464156/2.Steve_Jobs_CEO_of_Apple_companySteve Jobs probably wouldn't have named a building after himself but he would happily remember people he felt were important. The Think Different campaign does this and the wording was included in Macs. Steve had meetings about the campus a couple of times:Some of those officials...
Tim Cook has two brothers, Gerald and Michael."If you grew up in Robertsdale, you might remember Tim Cook’s brothers, Gerald and Michael.Gerald, 56, worked for the Internal Revenue Service after high school for five years, then went on to Auburn University. He works now as an analyst for a company in North Carolina, said his mother, Geraldine.Michael, 47, joined the Air Force after high school. He works now in the maritime industry, following in the steps of his father,...
Skylake moves to PCIe 4, which doubles the bandwidth so that would eliminate connection bottlenecks. I suspect it'll be the drive that's holding it back, they have to put chips in RAID to get the speeds they get now.
There is a distinction between discriminating against what people are doing and who they are. Abusiveness, drunkenness, criminal activity are not immutable, those are actions that you have chosen to do.I suspect this hinges around the notion that homosexuality is a lifestyle choice and that those people can change and on changing be allowed service.Everybody is convinced that race is genetic and immutable but not so with sexuality, or at least anything that isn't...
It says on the following page that it's the same technique but they're saying Intel managed higher density:http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/intel-3d-nand-10tb-solid-state-drive/http://newsroom.intel.com/community/intel_newsroom/blog/2015/03/26/micron-and-intel-unveil-new-3d-nand-flash-memoryHowever, Samsung said their V-NAND scales to 1Tb (128GB) per die and Intel says theirs maxes out at 48GB per die. Perhaps they are talking about density at a given process rather...
Fitbit say there's just a small difference with actual steps and they want to count some hand activity:http://help.fitbit.com/articles/en_US/Help_article/How-accurate-is-my-Charge-HR"WHY IS MY CHARGE HR STEP COUNT DIFFERENT THAN MY COUNT ON OTHER FITBIT PRODUCTS?Charge HR has been tested extensively against our clip-based devices like the Fitbit One and Fitbit Zip. That said, because Charge HR is specifically designed for your wrist, if you move your body a lot and not...
The steel band looks nice and symmetric but a bit over-engineered. It looks like each link has a button on it to remove the link. That's great for easily customizing the strap length without tools but you do this once.Functionally they are the same but I'd say there's a clear aesthetic improvement as you go up the models. Look at the feminine styles:$350$750$17,000With the iPhone, gold, silver and space grey are in the same price bracket and the Mac model price variation...
The trouble is they have no market experience here yet. They did this with the iPhone starting at $599 subsidized and then dropped the price to $399 once they got a feel for the demand:http://www.engadget.com/2007/09/05/apple-cuts-iphone-price-to-399/It's hard to come out and say they are only making say 10,000 edition units and then discover they could sustain those prices for 50,000 units. At the same time, without saying how many they're making, it's hard for buyers to...
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