Like galore computer users out there, I have been using Windows operating schemes for the past decade. Although I have no complaints on the Windows platform and regular laptops, curiosity got the best of me when rather a number of my colleagues swapped to MacBooks. Since my laptop was systematically failing on me (3 years old), I have decisive to give Apple laptops a try.
This is in all likelihood the lightest 15-inch laptop that I have ever owned. It seems to be thinner and sleeker in dimension, giving it a very compact and solid feel. This perhaps due to Apple’s trademark aluminum uni-body frame. Unlike numerous of my former notebooks (that often times seems like bulky, bendy plastic toys) the MB470LL/A shows no signs of bending and creaking when lifted on the sides.
The battery life on this new model is also very impressive. Most regular laptops never surpass 2.5 hours on a single charge. My new MacBook may last up to 4 hours on a single charge. They keyboard is exclusively silent when you type on it. The enormous track pad is also a pleasure to use. I also exceptionally like that fact that the DVD drive does not have a sliding tray. To play a disk, you merely slide it into a slot on the side, very much like a car’s CD player.
One of my bestloved features of the MB470LL/A will have to be it is brilliant 15-inch display. The display develops crisp and clear images beneath respective light conditions. The lighting on the display and they keyboard mechanically adjusts to surrounding lighting conditions. When the surrounding light is dim, the light level on the display is mechanically adjusted and the keyboard lights come on.
Archive for November, 2011
Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 at 3:40 pm