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nunzy said:don't worry about the keyboard. The review says that there was no problem found during testing.A previous article confirms that the problem is only present in a tiny percentage of devices. People just hate Apple.
I bought a new MacBook Pro last year and took it back after a few days, all because of the Mickey Mouse keyboard that sounds like a passenger train clickety-clack down the track when touch typing, annoying my clients. How can you use that piece of trash in a library or quiet setting? My 2011 MBPro has a beatiful keyboard. Get real, Apple! You have no right to call it a “Pro” machine with that kindergarden Mattel keyboard.
lkrupp said:You forgot Rear Admiral Grace Hopper who is credited with writing the first compiler for man/machine interface. She also is the source of the term “bug” to describe a hardware/software failure.
Several of the main engineers left to form Control Data Corporation, and then genius Seymour Cray left to form Cray supercomputers, of which Apple bought one. It was reported to Cray that Apple had bought one, to which he asked, "What are they using it for?" He was told it was used to design Apple computers. To which he replied, "That's funny, I'm using an Apple computer to design Cray computers..." Wish I had the source of the story...