Posts Tagged: Mac

A Tale of Three Notebooks

I mentioned in my earlier post A Quick Chat About Netbooks that I had had problems with both my Eee PC and a new MacBook ; so here, as promised, are the details of my circular journey from netbook to netbook. When Jas interviewed me at FOWA I as using an Eee PC 901 andContinue Reading ›

It’s the Little Details

Apple has a deserved reputation for for producing beautifully designed and made hardware. The iMac, the MacBook Air, the iPhone all are simply wonderful to use and to look at. But their appeal is more than just the surface; yes they look lovely on the shelf but it’s when you start to use them youContinue Reading ›

MacWorld 2008 Speculation – I’m Pretty Pleased

I followed Steve Jobs’ Keynote from MacWorld today on my iPhone via MacRumors excellent page and have just watched the Keynote video from the Apple site and whilst it wasn’t an iPhone year but it was still a good year. However, before we get into what was announced I just have to ask – canContinue Reading ›

MacBook Air – the Cable Free MacBook?

So today is the day of Steve Jobs’ Keynote at MacWorld and the rumour mills, which I guess includes me now, are churning with more MacBook Air supposition. The flavour of today’s rumours propose that the MacBook Air is the much talked about lightweight or sub-MacBook and that it is cable free – hence “Air”Continue Reading ›

MacBook Air?

Mike’s comment on yesterday’s post MacWorld 2008, Gentlemen Start Your Speculation may have inadvertently hit the nail on the head. Perhaps Steve will announce the new MacBook Air tomorrow, with the focus being on lightweight and wireless connectivity. Who knows? Well obviously Steve does and he’s not telling. Or maybe somebody else does as suggestedContinue Reading ›

Walt Mossberg Misses the Point?

Walt Mossberg, the respected Wall Street Journal personal technology columnist, has a “review” of Apple’s latest version of iWork over on All Things Digital. I’m biased, but I feel he has missed the point in comparing iWork 08 with Microsoft Office for the Mac. iWork is quite clearly targeted at a different audience to theContinue Reading ›