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    Mac Book Air Evaluation As a young college student walking into a Best Buy to purchase a laptop for college can be a little intimidating. There are many things to consider such as hard drive, what processors are the best, which screen has the best resolution, or would you rather build a computer that best suits you. The options are endless and in most cases it can become overwhelming, due to the rapid expansion in technology a variety of products that are available have increased dramatically in

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    years. The Macbook Air and the Ultrabooks are one of the new laptops of 2013. The former was first introduced on January 15, 2008, while the latter was introduced on October 2011. From the design aspect, the Macbook Air stuck to its usual design with a silver aluminum case. The keyboards are chiclet styled, which uses keys in design of small squares. The click pad reacts smoothly to all swipes, taps and gestures. On the other hand, the Ultrabooks designs are quite similar to the Macbook Air with the

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    and a Mac can be a PC if you really wanted it too. But I will explain that last one later. First, I will tell you about how the build of the Macintosh computer is a big reason of the rapid growth of Macs. In 2007, 2008, and 2009, Apple’s Macbook, Macbook Pro, and I-Mac (their top 3 selling computers) have all received EPEAT Gold medals. EPEAT is a company based on trying to make the electronic world greener. A gold medal from EPEAT means that the computer met all 23 of the required criteria and

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    Kurzweil V4.5 and Solo 6 Comparison

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    laptop program. Each student is equipped with a MacBook laptop containing a suite of programs to support student learning and productivity. Embedded within the MacBook laptop is an easily accessible text-to-speech tool that students can use for auditory support. Students with qualified learning disabilities are enrolled in Bookshare, an organization that provides access to digital materials and free software to access the digital materials. For MacBook laptops, the free software available from Bookshare

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    The Computer Revolution

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    The Computer Revolution If I were to make a history book of the years from 1981 to 1996, I would put computers on the cover. Computers, you may ask?, Yes computers, because if there were suddenly no computers on the world, there would be total chaos. People could not; communicate, commute, make business transactions, purchase things, or do most things in their daily routine, because power plants use computers to control the production of electricity. Computers have evolved extreme rapidly in the

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    Marketing Apple's Mac Computer

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    Segmentation is putting marketing focus on a particular group of potential consumers. The computer industry has many companies that produce computers but Mac by Apple has segmented them self from other computer companies like HP and Sony. The “five competitive forces and competitors” (Kotler & Keller, 2009, p.154) described by Michael Porter are the “threat of intense segment rivalry, the threat of new entrants, the threat of substitute products, the threat of buyers’ growing bargaining power, and

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    speaking, both of Macs and other PCs can be called “personal computers”. Two latest remarkable representative laptops in Mac region and PC region are MacBook Pro Retina (2014) from Apple Inc. and Alienware 17 (2014) from Dell. They are similarly in configuration but shows disparate performances in real manipulations. Furthermore, the MacBook Pros is

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    the computer industry once again. On January 16, 2008, Apple unveiled MacBook Air. Made from one piece of aluminum with a built-in battery, the MacBook Air was the first notebook not made from multiple pieces of material. By 2008, online music and Wi-Fi networks became popular enough to allow the omission of a disc drive and internet hook-ups, allowing it to be the world’s thinnest notebook. In 2010, Apple updated the MacBook Air, and it became the first notebook to use only flash storage. This allowed

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    Introduction For over the past decade there has been a rivalry between Apple and Windows computers. There are strong arguments to be made by both sides. In this report we analyze the differences between Apple and Windows. The key factors we examined are price, user-friendliness, hardware, customizability, variety, and future outlook of the companies. After analysis we recommend that a college freshman buy an Apple laptop over Windows laptop if they have the available funds. What College Freshman

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    A Student to Another: Macbook Pro

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    which means if I didn’t have my own computer, I would never get anything done. I have just recently purchased an Apple MacBook Pro and after spending a small fortune on it, I am going to evaluate the portability, the speed, the programs, the mouse, the screen, and the battery of my Macbook Pro. The first objective I would like to evaluate is the portability of MacBook Pros. The MacBook weighs less than 4 lbs, which makes it a very ideal laptop to carry around campus in a backpack. It is also very thin

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