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    Quote Originally Posted by tan131 View Post
    agreed the size of the logi board is very minimized. but heat is an issue with small size, especially the components that are used in the mbp. the processor, graphics card (especially this) and all. also, apple or rather most manufacturers approach to go 16:9 for screens, perhaps, a 13.3" mbp similar to the mb would be a more logical approach
    I really would prefer a 12" MBP that runs at 1152 x 720 res.

    Actually the MBP is not that hot, I still use it as per normal in replace of my desktop, good

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    The 12" MBP would be a wish come true for me. I value portability, and that's the main reason for getting my current Thinkpad X31, which is a 12" as well. My Thinkpad serves as my primary system and I connect it to a 17" monitor at home for a dual screen setup, which works great in terms of photo editing or even day to day usage. Hopefully, the 12" MBP would become a reality soon so I can ditch my ageing Thinkpad for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeguy View Post
    The 12" MBP would be a wish come true for me. I value portability, and that's the main reason for getting my current Thinkpad X31, which is a 12" as well. My Thinkpad serves as my primary system and I connect it to a 17" monitor at home for a dual screen setup, which works great in terms of photo editing or even day to day usage. Hopefully, the 12" MBP would become a reality soon so I can ditch my ageing Thinkpad for it.
    I miss my 12" PB Haiz.

    Maybe I'll retire my PeeCee desktop, use my MBP as replacement, then get another 12" MBP (if it comes out) for everyday portable usage .

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeguy View Post
    The 12" MBP would be a wish come true for me. I value portability, and that's the main reason for getting my current Thinkpad X31, which is a 12" as well. My Thinkpad serves as my primary system and I connect it to a 17" monitor at home for a dual screen setup, which works great in terms of photo editing or even day to day usage. Hopefully, the 12" MBP would become a reality soon so I can ditch my ageing Thinkpad for it.
    well... on the contrary, i hope it wouldn't materalise... so i wouldn't have an excuse to dump my mb for the smaller, more powerful mbp

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    Nothing beat Dell XPSTM M2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tan131 View Post
    well... on the contrary, i hope it wouldn't materalise... so i wouldn't have an excuse to dump my mb for the smaller, more powerful mbp
    Haha, face it, you know you want it.

    Resistance IS futile here.

    Keep your MB for your wife or kids, then get a 17" MBP

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    Quote Originally Posted by dDarkroom View Post
    Nothing beat Dell XPSTM M2010.
    Except perhaps the MacBook and MacBook Pros

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    Quote Originally Posted by wazzup View Post
    Except perhaps the MacBook and MacBook Pros
    the monopoly Mac had to bowed down to wintel users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wazzup View Post
    Yeah, at the expense of not having ample USB ports, no DVI output, DVD/CD RW DL drives, FireWire ports, PCI 3/4 card slot, ethernet port, bluetooth and WI-FI. Have to carry a docking station or external DVD rom drives/floppy.

    Oh yeah, no backlit keyboard too.


    Can the Fujitsu and Sony boot up in HDD mode and use a FireWire cable to connect to another Mac/PC to be used as a portable HDD?

    What you see is only one part of being light, being light means to strip off a lot of stuff to maintain the weight, but when you need those additional stuff, add up, you get the same weight.

    Think before you feedback.
    Oh! But I just want a lightweight notebook that runs OSX to surf ClubSnap mah

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    Can't wait. News tonight. Yay!

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    Sigh...

    no live video feed for keynote

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    Quote Originally Posted by xray View Post
    Can't wait. News tonight. Yay!
    so today we will know?

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    Various sites providing live coverage of the event via text updates, IRC, etc.
    - http://uneasysilence.com/archive/2007/01/9115/

    Watch Steve's keynote here AFTER the event
    - http://www.apple.com/quicktime/guide/appleevents/

    The event will begin at 12pm EST (1am S'pore time). Who's staying up to "witness" the event?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeguy View Post
    Various sites providing live coverage of the event via text updates, IRC, etc.
    - http://uneasysilence.com/archive/2007/01/9115/

    Watch Steve's keynote here AFTER the event
    - http://www.apple.com/quicktime/guide/appleevents/

    The event will begin at 12pm EST (1am S'pore time). Who's staying up to "witness" the event?
    staying up to watch LIVERPOOL. thus will stay up and refresh my webpage every 3s to see wat mac has to offer.

    12" MBP!!

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    Sheesh... got one more solid one..

    http://blog.honeyee.com/mashsf/

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    staying up to watch LIVERPOOL. thus will stay up and refresh my webpage every 3s to see wat mac has to offer.

    12" MBP!!

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    please please steve jobs, can i have

    a) an Apple-designed PDA/hp/camera with Aiport Extreme built-in,
    b) a 17" MBP dat is actually affordable,
    c) a new OS with native Boot Camp dat allows seamless transfer of files bet OS X and WinXP, and switching of OSes on the fly?

    *nw75 keeping fingers crossed for the one more thing...*

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    Can't wait! 3 hours 20 minutes more!

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    LET THE COUNTDOWN BEGIN!

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    10 minutes to the start. I'm currently getting live updates from IRC

    irc://irc.macrumorslive.com go to macrumors channel

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