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Sean John Unforgivable Men

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  • LERsince1991
    Feb 27, 11:57 AM

    Equipment list:
    Apple 13" Macbook (late 2008) - 2.4Ghz, 500gb HD, 4Gb RAM
    Apple iPhone 4
    Apple Airport express running airtunes
    Apple Mighty Mouse
    Apple Universal Dock
    Apple remote
    Acer Monitor 22" White
    Belkin 7 USB hub powered
    Bowers & Wilkins 685's
    Chord Carnival Silverscreen speaker cable with banana plugs
    Canon 400d + accessories
    Dell Inspiron 1501 - To multi-task with windows (on bookshelf)
    HP Printer
    Kenwood A-82 Stereo Integrated Amplifier (Acquired from dads old setup)
    Sennheiser Headphones HD 205
    Wacom Intuos 3 A4 wide
    Western Digital My Book 1Tb

    Running Plex Media Centre and iTunes for media.
    Recently came across Plex Media Centre on here - brilliant and free!
    Mostly 1080p video and lossless audio.

    350 Movies, 10,000 songs, 15,000 photos & lots of TV programs...

    Waiting on a delivery of some braided wire sleeving to hide the ton of wires going to the amp better. Pretty neatly hidden the equipment around the room. :) :) :)

    Considering getting a new Amp - probably a surround amp but unsure as the music quality will drop opposed to a stereo hifi amp.
    Other option is an xbox 360?

    Past 2008

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Feb 25, 12:56 PM
    Like what you've said though, there's a compelling argument to be made that a diesel-electric hybrid (like VW's XL1 Concept), with energy recovery would probably be the best arrangement (particularly for an urban car), in this instance the diesel engine is isolated from the actually drivetrain (reducing NVH etc) and the electric motors counter the age old argument of petrol>diesel refinement.

    I do think that smaller capacity, fewer cylinder engines are the way to go, but only if the absolutely most important factor is addressed first, and that is one of weight, until then...

    Agree on all points. A diesel serial hybrid could potentially blow any current production car out of the water in terms of fuel efficiency - triple digit mileage is possible under favorable conditions, and even more "real-world" driving mileage will be a substantial improvement over current cars.

    When I look around my city and see everyone tooling around in 6.0L V8 pickups, I feel like we have a lot of convincing to do though.

    Keeping weight down is all-important. Which is why I remain in love with the Lotus Elise. It proves that less weight fixes everything - better handling, acceleration, braking, fuel economy...of course in a hybrid, the battery pack is always the vexed question. Even the best batteries are still expensive and relatively heavy.

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  • mdatwood
    Apr 26, 01:53 PM
    This annoys me, no way in hell should another plagerist company be allowed to ride apples high, why should they, c'mon mac users get behind apple on this one.
    On mac computers we've always had "Applications", windows have had "programs", when apple made the iPhone they put mini applications on it and called them Apps which is short for small Applications, so amazon call yours PROGS and call it a Progstore but don't STEAL man !remember the widgets on your macs they are where the idea for the Apps on Iphones came from, Windows came along and stole the Widgets idea and initially called them Gadgets but now every other copycat calls them Widgets too, the same is happening again man it's bull, apple sue these leeches all of them.

    Many X windows WMs had widgets back in the mid 90s, maybe earlier. It's so funny to see people think that companies invented this or that and you just have to look back to unix/linux to find the real origins of the idea.

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  • thereubster
    Oct 23, 10:52 AM
    Its not going to happen yet. The Chipset to support it isn't yet available (till next year)
    I'm picking Core 2 Duo (up to 2.33Ghz optional), FW800, new superdrives with DL support (or MAYBE Blu-ray option, they are available after all), New display options (higher rez), larger HD and thats it.
    What I would like to see them add is eSATA support but I bet they dont.

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  • Stella
    Jan 12, 08:07 AM
    If this machine is truly is what the rumour suggests then what is the point?

    A thinner MacBook that doesn't have any CD drives?

    There has got to be some information that is missing.

    Cool name though!

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  • poppe
    Jul 14, 12:08 PM
    From Wiki:

    Holographic disks: standards with 200 and 300 GB storage are under development and prototypes expected in 2008

    I've heard about Mac users waiting, but 5 years for most likely the first consumer device if lucky, 6 for probably first computer device. 2012.... yes exactly when I wanted to buy my next laptop after the next four I plan to purchase.

    As I said they aren't attacking the Consumer market because they have no Backing. Who can beat Sony when Sony pay's best buy to Disply the blue rays and HD-DVD no longer is displayed?


    This link says 2006


    This says 2006 for 300 GBS/ 2009 for 1TB


    "Late 2006"








    2006 - for 200 gbs




    2006... though this was written (2004) so...





    From Wikipedia (your source) - "160 times the capacity of single-layer Blu-ray Discs, and about 8 times the capacity of standard computer hard drives with space that accounts for year 2006 standards. Optware is expected to release a 200 GB disc in early June of and Maxell in September 2006 with a capacity of 300 GB and transfer rate of 20 MB/sec [3] [4].

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  • milo
    Jul 20, 10:07 AM
    Made possible by paying 10c for each Mac constructed with a high quality and proficient workforce.

    Works for me. I prefer it over the alternative of making it somewhere else and having prices that are even higher.

    Why dont you get the computer you want now and in 6 months shell out the extra few bucks for Leopard.

    $129 ain't cheap, especially if it's not long after you shelled out for a computer. I wish Apple would announce a window of free OS upgrades for people buying computers after a certian date.

    I bet at the Developer's conference that Adobe and Microsoft announce Universal Binaries for September.

    Unlikely since Adobe has already announced for next spring. And that release is for both OSX and windows, not going to get pushed up much.

    No - they are actually losing market share.

    They may be losing a little desktop market share (or maybe not), but they're probably gaining notebook market share, and market share overall.

    Does anybody think the stock pricing in the last 3 days was insider trading that indicated the coming good results.

    I hope not, since that could put them in jail. All publically traded companies have a blackout period before announcements where no employees are allowed to buy or sell.

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  • mrgreen4242
    Aug 29, 03:43 PM
    I also think that making the mini bigger makes sense. I mean the Cube was a wonderful design and a few times larger than the mini.

    Both of them have external power supplies, which from an esthetic point of view isn't the most pleasing. A larger design could potentially include an interal power supply, although it might make it a good deal nosier, I'm not sure.

    We've all been crying for a new cube since the mini came out... is the mini an awesome machine? Absolutely, I love mine. But there is a market for a headless iMac/Cube/MacPro mini... people like me. I don't need a quad core computer. I don't need 16gb of RAM. I don't need 4 harddrive bays, or even two optical drive slots.

    I do want a fast CPU, an upgradable GPU, a couple of full size HDDs and a full size optical drive. I also want something quiet, relatively affordable (something a bit less than an iMac would be idea), and stylish.

    I don't think that Apple would lose Mac Pro sales to something like this - they might lose iMac sales but if the margins are the same for them who cares, and any loss of mini sales would be upsells, so it'd be a good thing.

    I think a lot PC types, especially gamers, would be interested, bringing in new markets... None of my gamer friends would be satisfied by an iMac, but neither would they shell out $2-3k for a Mac Pro.

    Let's see, the mini is 6.5x6.5x2 inches, would anyone even notice if it went to 8.5x8.5x4? Even better would be 8x8x8, just for the cube dimensions, done in iPod white (or black), would look stellar on a desktop. Core 2 Duo 1.83ghz, 4 RAM slots for an 8gb max with 512mb installed stock, 1 16x PCIe w/ 7300GT base (BTO options), 1 PCI slot, 2 3.5" drive bays w/ 160gb standard, 1 5.25" bay w/ SD, AE, BT2, 6 USB2 (4 back, 2 front), 1 FW 400, 1 eSATA (in place of FW800)... $999 anyone? BTO options for slower/fast CPUs and GPUs, more RAM, bigger HDD and a $200 TV tuner/video encoder breakout box... :D

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  • RaceTripper
    Jan 22, 09:17 PM
    They make racing and sport seats

    Right, Recaro makes race and sports car buckets. I doubt they make a single baby seat. They are probably licensing their name to it.

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  • IndyGopher
    Apr 5, 09:52 PM
    Please sign it !! For our sakes


    Next Commodore 64? You know Commodore started selling computers after Apple, sold fewer computers than Apple, and is gone, right? Why the Hell do you want Apple to be anything like Commodore?

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  • Dagless
    Mar 25, 07:37 PM
    It's funny that this machine costs an awful lot, can potentially do an awful lot, yet the games are still lacking.
    In other news I recently bought a �25 game for my 6 year old (I think, a launch model) DS Lite and I've pumped more hours into that one game than all 50 or so of my iOS games combined.

    I've driven to the restaurant but I'm still waiting for my meal.

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  • Sodner
    Apr 19, 11:58 AM
    Didn't they (Apple) say something about a more "mainstream priced" iMac? Perhaps a white 17"?

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  • kelving525
    Sep 14, 06:58 PM
    I got the silicone case today, but then I also decided to go with Belkin Grip Vue. Overall, the Belkin Grip Vue is my preferred case since it's shock-absorbing, and doesn't slip as much. :)

    Silicone case - quite nice and fits well with the iPod Touch.


    The microphone is a little close to the case, but still visible.


    I went to a few BB and FINALLY found a normal color. It's dark purple. :rolleyes:


    2G/3G vs. 4G Belkin Grip Vue


    The microphone is clearly visible, compared to the silicone case.


    Other Belkin 4G case (taken with the iPod Touch):


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  • milbournosphere
    Jan 28, 03:28 PM
    Here's my entry into this thread. This is my recently purchased WJ out in Death Valley for New Years. This was about 6 miles out on a backroad trail, just as we got to where we were going to pitch the tents. It was cold, but the hiking was great. It looks like a stock photo but I swear it's real :). It's an '04 HO V8 Limited, all the bells and whistles, basically stock. So far it's been great. Previous owner was a firefighter, and I think this is one of the few cars that can actually pull off the red.

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  • BlizzardBomb
    Aug 29, 09:45 AM
    Merom doesn't cost the same as Yonah! Merom costs the same now as Yonah did WHEN IT WAS RELEASED. Since then the cost has gone down and is supposed to dip lower in the coming weeks. Apple could use Yonah in the Mini and lower the price to where it used to stand.

    Nonono, Merom costs the same as Yonah's June price points which are still here even with Merom out in the wild.

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  • AbyssImpact
    Sep 14, 11:02 PM
    Did anyone try this case out?


    Thinking of buying the case instead of silicone because I can bring it with me in my pocket.

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  • Megakazbek
    Apr 3, 10:55 AM
    Like when device can be useful with poor specs. Are you talking about those iPad 2 cameras? How useful are those with their embarrassing specs?
    Well, they are video cameras and they actually take better quality videos than, for example, Xoom's better-specced cameras. So in reality, where 99% of the time people use cameras on tablet for videos rather than photos, they are actually more useful than cameras with "not embarassing specs", but with internal image processing software not using these specs to their full extent and producing poor quality video.

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  • Beyondthought
    Apr 3, 05:10 AM
    Marketing geniuses :)


    They revolutionized marketing for technology a while ago, and their still setting the pace! :apple:

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  • turbineseaplane
    Jun 22, 02:08 PM
    Exactly. When did the keyboard and mouse become public enemy number 1? These technologies have been perfected over years and years of real use.

    If Apple introduces a touch iMac it's clearly a money grab, to sucker the public into thinking touch is somehow superior when in fact it is vastly inferior on a desktop monitor.

    Yeah. This story does absolutely nothing for me.

    My interest in "touch screen desktops" is so low I can't even describe it.

    Nov 25, 11:30 PM
    My new ride:


    Better be safe than sorry, right Benguitar? :)

    Although, in all honesty, my last purchase:

    Mar 21, 02:19 PM
    But the rebels are not in contact with the rest of the world through any official channels, and media access is poor.Twitter (http://twitter.com/ShababLibya) is informative, but after 42 years of impotence, normal service cannot be resumed instantaneously. The prospects seem remarkably good, though, that what emerges from this will be an unusually honest democracy.

    Jan 11, 05:01 PM
    I am starting to think we will see both a Macbook and a MBP "lite" versions...that would really rock and force me to make a difficult decision about which one to get.

    13.3" MB
    12" MBP touch

    Sep 1, 01:33 PM
    Says who? AppleInsider is now confirming this story. They have been dead-on accurate all year. Read 'em and weep (I'd like to see Conroe instead of Merom, but it ain't happenin').If iMacs don't get Conroe inside that is going to be SO WEAK. The Power GAP between all Macs and the Mac Pro would be so wide you could drive a truck through it. Makes no sense to me for Conroe to not go into something. Right now that's only iMac. Market for Conroe headless Mac has got to be huge. :confused: :eek: :(

    2.33GHz is the top of Merom folks. How can that be the best Apple can offer non Mac Pro customers? Seems rediculous. There has got to be a home for Conroe Processors in iMacs or a new mid-tower.

    Sep 14, 06:25 PM
    I've had no trouble with my phone. I'd recommend it to anyone. But CR will have a credibility issue if it backs down. If I were CR I'd not back down either.

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