lol 30" powerbook...

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    Haha that looks absolutely terrible! I'm guessing it's a photoshop job, if not, thats quite impressive.
     
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    :eek:
     
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    I'm buy'n one of those 30"-ers. The 50" model has a crappy screen.
     
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    I'm waiting for the 100" screen that is coming out in a month or two.
     
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    The 100" is actually octo core, you get quad g5 and a quad core Intel chip.

    Perfect for running Rosetta apps and Intel apps.

    When running intel only apps the G5's actually run the kernel and Finder and anything else so to keep the system snappy.

    One of the G5 cores is solely dedicated to checking for lost network connections.
     
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    Perfect machine for this dude -- he could use the finger stretch.
     

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    doesn't the 50" model include a retina scanner and some special commands for access to nuclear armery?
     
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    I wonder how much they would weigh?

    ...and how long the battery would last! ;)
     
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    I'd say a KG per inch of screen size. :D
     
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    Ouch! I would hate to lug that sucker around. ;)
     
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    haha, that's definitely a photoshop job.. but a good one nonetheless :)
     
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    Just like they took the MagSafe idea from Japanese Deep Fat Friers, Apple took inspiration from the Nuclear power supply in modern aircraft carriers for the new 50" Powerbook...
     
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    that is one good chopped photo! Good ole 15" C2D MBP good enough for me :)
     
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