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This is a product review video of the Apple Macbook Air 11.6″ Late 2010. This is part 1 of 2. This is a performance test on the Macbook Air (Late 2010) with a 1.6Ghz Processor, 4GBs of Ram and 128GBs of Flash memory. Programs used were: -Adobe CS5 Master Collection -Microsoft Office 2011 for mac -Safari -Firefox -Photobooth -And other mac bundle software
Video Rating: 4 / 5
MacBook Pro Screen Bug
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For the second time I got this bug. I forgot to connect the charger and the computer automatically went into hibernation mode when the battery was empty. After connecting power again and waking the MacBook Pro up, this is the screen I got
Everything a micro should bee
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In the heady days of 1982, a small group of people got together here in Sydney to build and market an all-Australian computer. They used a Zilog Z-80 for a processor, and gave the computer powerful graphics, based on Dave Griffith’s "DG-640" graphics card. Matthew Starr wrote a BASIC for the machine, and Owen Hill sold them, initially as kits and later as pre-assembled computers through his Applied Technology storefront.
The Microbee was far and away the most successful Australian designed and made computer. Many thousand were sold in the 1980′s, and they were in most Australian schools. The advent of the PC clone killed the company off, along with many others, and a great Australian icon was lost.
Here’s one of mine – one of the early ROM based models. It has 32K of battery-backed RAM, BASIC in EPROM, 4K of video memory (2K for 64 x 16 characters, plus 2K of programmable graphics characters), and a Z-80 processor running at all of 3.375 MHz.
But it worked. It ran pretty good versions of space invaders, pacman, and joust (Emu Joust), as well as having a really good BASIC. A whole generation of Australian kids learnt computing on these, including me.
I recently cleaned this one up, including removing much of the yellowing from the case and keys using hydrogen peroxide solution and UV light.
Tuesday, February 19/ Day 336
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She likes the way the battery keeps her little paws warm. She also likes the sounds the computer makes when she tries to send email. That’s my Mimi!
Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. Thank you for changing our technology, our culture, and the world for the better. www.youtube.com I had to fast-forward parts of video, to skip the tedious parts (unscrewing, re-screwing). I think I covered everything in the video, but if you have any questions, leave a comment. BTW, the hard drive replacement seemed to have cut my battery life by about 3 hours. This is a major downgrade to me, personally, even at the slight performance increase, so purchase this hard drive at your own risk. The main point of the video is to show the actual physical steps for the replacement. Disclaimer: Please read Apple’s warranty. Any damage you cause to your system is your own responsibility. Click on the link to purchase the Apple MacBook Pro MC374LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop on Amazon at lower price than retail: www.amazon.com Here is the 2011 MacBook Pro13″: www.amazon.com I will most likely go for a Western Digital WD7500BPVT 750GB 5400RPM hard drive next time. More storage and no hit on battery life. Purchase it here: www.amazon.com Please subscribe and watch my upcoming videos on this sleek notebook. Follow me on these sites: Subscribe to me on YouTube Blogger: www.mycoretechs.com Twitter www.twitter.com Facebook – Search: JaymarkTech Thank you! — Interested in building your own site? Fast, reliable, professional web hosting at an affordable price! stats.justhost.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5
My Complete Review of the all new Apple MacBook Air! This new model features no hard drive or optical drive, and instead uses flash memory right on the motherboard for storage. That being said, Apple was able to have more room for a larger battery and create a much thinner and lighter profile. The lightning fast flash storage also allows for a new “Instant On” or “Instant Wake” feature, similar to what you would find on an iPad. Will the higher resolution display, flash memory and “improved” battery life be worth the upgrade? Watch to find out, and be sure to Subscribe! Follow me on Twitter for live updates and news at: twitter.com MacBook Air Review MacBook Air Review MacBook Air Review MacBook Air Review MacBook Air Review
I review my mom’s unibody macbook. Enjoy! Visit www.apple.com for more info Twitter: www.twitter.com Blog: www.italkapple.tumblr.com
This Macbook Pro 15 i7 A1286 model has noisy fans and the case is heating. This because the fans do not function correctly and this because of dirt on the fans which makes the blades heavy to turn. For better results, you can renew the thermal paste on the CPU and GPU chips and there is a video on youtube to do this.
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Video Rating: 1 / 5
iPad Review: youtu.be MacBook Air Review: youtu.be New iPad 3 vs MacBook Air 11″ In this video I compare the New iPad 3 (2012) vs MacBook Air 11″ (2011). While at first glance comparing a laptop to a tablet doesn’t seem fair both of these Apple devices are highly portable. I compare the screens, portability, how well each works for traveling, battery life, video, typing, keyboard, to determine which is best. duncan33303 is a technology based YouTube channel that focuses on a wide variety of smartphones, tablets, game consoles as well as the weekly show D3Live. Subscribe! www.youtube.com Merch Store! duncan33303.spreadshirt.com Circle me on Google+! gplus.to Follow on Twitter! twitter.com Check me out on Facebook! www.facebook.com Channel Link www.youtube.com Jailbreaking info stateofjailbreak.com
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Upgrading the memory in Angela’s MacBook.
Poqet PC, with Keys for Size Comparison
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This little guy can still be bought new for 9, but I picked up mine at the electronic flea market for . I wasn’t sure at the time that it would work, but it does, in all its DOS 3 glory.
It seems fitting that this DOS machine should be photographed next to an MSN butterfly plush.