|Jan 14, 2013, 07:12 AM||#1|
Non-English speakers, do you have any expressions you use regarding Macs?
While I assume most members here are from English-speaking countries, I have noticed a fair number of people who aren't. As such, do you have any expressions in your native (or secondary, tertiary, etc.) language regarding Macs?
Here in Korea, when a Mac's (especially MBA) fans kick into high gear, we often say the Mac "takes off."
Current Macs: 2012 13" MBA | 2011 27" iMac
Current iOS: iPad 4 cellular 64GB | iPhone 5C 16GB
Retired: PowerBook G4 12" | eMac 700Mhz| iPhone 4S 16GB
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