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Join Date: Aug 2009
i have a dream ... - 10-16-2009, 10:23 PM
My perfect mobile computer would have this configuration:
WWAN Dell 5530 3G-Card + SIM-Card "Alice -- HowTo-3G?
0.3 MP Webcam-- WLAN -- BT
OS X 10.6.4 online update -- NBI 201006162123512
Join Date: Jun 2009
10-17-2009, 04:51 AM
If the bartender refuses, go to another bar with a guy bartender or with a bisexual lady bar-keep.
This is simple logic. A universal truth.
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Melbourne, Australia
10-20-2009, 03:19 AM
Whoa, more talk about bars and sexuality than I was expecting
Perfect mini would be the current size/weight of Mini 9 with multi touch and larger trackpad, larger screen if it'll fit.
More battery life and larger keys are would be a bonus ontop of that.
Join Date: Sep 2009
10-20-2009, 04:44 AM
The Most perfect Mini:
The: Apple PowerBook G4 1.5GHz 12"
I thought I paid way too much when I bought this in Feb '05;
In retrospect, it was absolutely perfect when it came out. I have never gotten so much daily use out of a laptop, ever.
This laptop made me money! I still smile every time I start it up. Mostly for nostalgia nowadays, though...
But it still runs flawlessly to this day. Its my legacy baby, running OSX 10.4.11 and Classic ( .. rarely.. ) .
Exactly the size of a sheet of paper. Amazing design, but time has moved on.
Every netbook should be inspired by this classic design of mini perfection.
Oh, sorry, what was the original question?
OSX 10.6.7 | BIOS A05 | NBI 20100616212351 | USB BIOS Legacy Support: Disabled | Bluetooth: Enabled
Join Date: Oct 2009
10-23-2009, 01:51 PM
The Dell Mini 9 form factor is the best (despite the sorry keyboard). If they wen't edge to edge screen, you might get 10" in there, but DON'T up size the fries folks. The size creep in the netbook area has just created another class of small notebooks - if you're going to go there, might as well just get a real notebook.
With the 2gb ram and 128gb SSD, this Dell Mini flat flies in both Win7 and OS X. After more than 20 years of notebook computing (since the Toshiba 1100 Plus for you "old guys" out there), I have become a strong advocate of the "less is best" school, as I have found I have NEVER had the need to redesign the Space Shuttle while away from the office or home...so the smallest box I can make due with is the best.
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