Just got my new 15" Base spec

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  1. shoppy macrumors 6502a

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    So far transferred 100 gigs of data across and still only 47 degrees. Just waiting for my 17"MBP to turn up. Not used the multi-touch yet, will play later. Will post some photos later.:D
     
  2. pionata macrumors 6502

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    "MBP17" 2.6 High Res,200GB(7200rpm),matte
    imac 2.8 24" wireless KB/MM
    PB12"
    Macbook 2.2 4GB ram, 320GB HDD"

    And now a 15" MBP...
    Huh, what do you need all those computers for?
    I still want to see your pics, I'm waiting for mine...
     
  3. shoppy thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    I just like technology and apple stuff. I use my 17" at home for mucking around on logic when I am out traveling I use the black book. And I plan to sell of the black-book and replace with the 15". I have just had laser corrective eye surgery and find trying to type in the dark a pain. So the black book has to go. Here are some quick photos whilst setting up yesterday.
     

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  5. ruinfx macrumors 6502a

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    i think its funny that someone with so many macs and a love for technology can have a crappy palm centro. :p
     
  6. shoppy thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Nice, comment on the treo, maybe we should start comparing measurements. Maybe be fore you start posting you might consider, a) with all the machines I own I have sure as hell got a whole load of phones to play with. May be I actually prefer palm to say my other phones. By the way what is so "crappy" about the centro. This is a mac forum, should I have posted pics with my iphone. Would that make you happier.
     
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    Umm

    Am I the only one who would like to know what you do for a living and how can I get that job? Your sig is like.. 10k worth of apple computers.

    I want. :)
     
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    LOL - yes. :)
     
  11. shoppy thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Here is a quick iphone photo.
     

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  12. new-Mac-owner macrumors regular

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    just wondering I have prev gen mbp and was wondering do they get as hot or did they fix that?:apple:
     
  13. shoppy thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    When you say previous gen, do you mean santa rosa?, 2.33, 2.16, 2, 1.83?
     
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    Well, I owned a Rev A MBP that I was very fond of -- such a versatile machine, I could run PS3. Aperture and even some video editing with an external RAID hung off my e-card34 slot. And when I was hungry after all of that work I could cook dinner on the scorching hot MBP. I am barely exaggerating :rolleyes: .

    Just traded up my pretty aluminum George Foreman grill for a 2.6 Penryn/7200 RPM MBP and I can state unequivocally that it is much cooler. Oh well, back to my regular stove.

    JT
     
  16. new-Mac-owner macrumors regular

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    wow,mine gets hot to,but do you have istat ?
    if not get it it shows fan speed and temp and let me know what it says.
     

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