Product Type: Apple in Misc Systems
Newest Review: ... the edging. I initially felt the monitors were corroding due to my interference. I had lots to learn. What was nevertheless evident was the 'Apple' brand knew how to capture an audience. Their products reeked of intimate interaction with the user and model wise seemed happy to work as your partner; not too much whirring complaining compared to the PC, whenever a deed had to be done. Even the sound of the keyboard seemed friendlier an arousing hollow noise when pressed, I use to think the sound resembled a 'bite into an apple.' - I couldn't think that was Apples model maker's intention but having an imagination, I guess helped the future... more
Customer Apple Reviews (9)
by - written on 12/07/10, updated on 12/07/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
In the beginning, while new decades first open their baby eyes and enter the time of 'hope' and 'prosperity,' remarkable innovation occurs. I'm referring to the dawning of vibrant chapters in modern history that helped shape the developed world we know today; it nearly always began at the start of a fresh decade. Something the government has been blind to when they talk avidly about 'Austerity.' The birth of 'innovative' businesses embarked originally on poor economic landscapes, but were seen as beacons of hope and a vision of the future; no talk of 'Austerity;' passed their lips; only strategic planning armed with enthusiastic boldness, that in-turn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
If someone asked me "are you a Mac or a PC?", I would answer "Mac" without hesitation. The first Apple Macintosh computer was introduced in 1984, and since that time the brand has slowly and steadily increased in popularity. I personally appreciate Apple because they are innovators, yet also keen to produce products which are aesthetically pleasing. Of course, Apple don't just make great computers - they have also provided the world with a range of great accessories - anyone heard of the iPod? or the iPhone? I first bought a Mac in 1999 (although I had 'borrowed one' for an extended period prior to this date) - it was an iMac DV (400ghz ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/01, updated on 13/09/01 (Useful, 42 readings)
I am lucky enough to have been lent my first computer, which is a Macintosh Performa. I am reliably informed that it is an older model, but it is all new to me! I am speedily heading for 40 and have never had the pleasure of a computers company before. I find it all rather overwhelming. All the on screen instructions seem to be abbreviated and I need a dictionary for most of the language used. Even so, I am thoroughly enjoying discovering the internet and meeting new people. It has certainly opened up a whole new world for me. The only advantage I did start off with was keyboard skills acquired from school way back when there was such a thing as a manual typewriter! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/01, updated on 18/06/01 (Useful, 71 readings)
It is wholly due to the inevitable conflation of rampant consumerism and technology that I am able to write a review on the product that is the human brain. I would like to opine on the combined synaptic transactions of a typical, contemporary Apple computer user. I have had a lot of experience with this product and have generally found it to be reasonably user friendly in most respects, creative to the point of serious self-importance, cliquey to the extent of Freemasonry, negligibly more powerful than others and uncommon in my field of expertise. It is no more stable than other computer user brains contrary to claims. Although it's computational ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/01, updated on 02/06/01 (Very useful, 231 readings)
The Pro keyboard and mouse comes with all new desktop Apple computers, including the iMac and PowerMac G4 computers, and replaces the much hated 'pebble' accessories for the previous iMac. You can also buy the Pro Keyboard and Pro Mouse from the Apple Store online, for £39 each. They are USB-based peripherals for Macintosh style computers, but also work with PC based computers, and even with the much talked about PlayStation 2. I know, because I have tried. You can load up yaBasic on the PS2 and type using an Apple keyboard. But enough about that... What are they like? Are they worth it? Firstly, the mouse. The mouse is based on optical technology, ... Read the complete review
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