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I have an aging 1st gen white iMac 24' that is long in the tooth (bought in 2004). I think keep it a museum piece and see if it becomes a classic like the Apple II I was going to buy a new macbook air with Lion, but now I have my iPad2, I think it makes better sense to buy a new MacMini, I already have a new wireless keyboard and I can get a 26+ inch lcd screen from Costco for $200, all I need is to get a touchpad to use gestures. Essentially I'm moving away from...
I kinda understand where you are coming from on that one, I think though it is okay to hang on until at least 450 maybe even 500, at which point sell half... and then Why because there still is China, iCloud and apple HDTV to come. Then of course we could always ride it up and down over next few years between earnings at which point SJ will be gone and then the stock will tank 30% probably.. and buy in on rumor of a competent CEO, and sell on news of his appointment.
I have a 46 inch LCD TV on the wall in my sitting room. I also have a 26 inch LCD tv in my den I use for my ipad2 I already have an apple wireless keyboard and mouse If I get the Mac Mini I'd like to be able to connect it to the TV and my other LCD display in my den just on the wall right adjacent to the TV wall in sitting room, which has comcast router / and modem all wired up. I suppose I can simply use dual monitors and simply carry my mouse and keyboard...
2011 the same as 1998?- rewind to 1998: The computer industry back then was dominated by IBM, Microsoft and a few notable others. IBM made its money by charging customers for MIPS, As business grew IBM made sequential increases in support and hardware revenues as customers increased their MIPS consumption. It was an automatic "feature" of business back then and it really annoyed many of IBM's customers. Then something really interesting happened. Customers started going...
Does Microsoft sell PC's? Last time I checked it makes the OS that runs on the PC. I think it will be intresteing to see how many people decide to use the WebOS HP will be offering on PC not Windows. That is a lot more significant.
I use a box wave stylus for writing with the two best apps: notes plus and notetaker both these apps disable parts of the screen so that resting you palm on the screen do not enter marks The reason a stlus works better than my finger is because I can achieve finer movements with my thumb and index finger wrapped around my stylus than I can with just my finger. It works just fine.I disagree about it not working with the palm aware apps. Which ones are you using?
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nice try another windoze centric troll opinion, i.e. its "too simple" concealed as "more substantial" geeks don't like easy to use simple software because they have nothing to fill the long periods of time they spend alone without a gal to keep em company, so they need complicated bloated command line like interface to give em a sense of purpose in their puny lives, oh and IOS5 will have simple swipe to navigate between apps, and its already in beta lol
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I'm just stating for a fact I bought a Motorola RAZR in 2004 for about $100 with rebate and I got the nationwide plan 900 minutes for $39.99 that, that was a special offer which allowed me to exchange night and weekend for nationwide calling 900 anytime minutes. With night and weekend 5000 mins deal the anytime minutes was reduced to 450min. The only downer was that I could not travel and get the calls on the anytime portion, I had to pay roaming if calls were made from...
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