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  • pakarang
    started a topic The new MAC Book Pro...

    The new MAC Book Pro...

    The new MAC Book Pro...

    The new MAC Book Pro has some rather impressive stats (- and price tag):



    http://store.apple.com/th/browse/hom...39438-C0009013

  • pakarang
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    Re: The new MAC Book Pro...

    New PC is out, but at half the price, is it as good as the MacBook Pro?

    http://www.dagbladet.no/2011/09/14/t...data/18131814/

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  • pakarang
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    Re: The new MAC Book Pro...

    New PC is out, but at half the price, is it as good as the MacBook Pro?

    http://www.dagbladet.no/2011/09/14/t...data/18131814/

    Translation possible through http://translation.google.com

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  • pakarang
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    Brand new MACBook Pro's were launched today, Thursday February 24th 2011:

    http://www.apple.com/mac/

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  • pakarang
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    Almost like p0rn0graphic images....





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  • pakarang
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    Need different kinds of skins for your MacBook?

    This vendor might have just what you are looking for:

    http://www.editorskeys.com/

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  • pakarang
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    WAOW.... If I could only win in the lottery some day, so that I could seriously go shopping...

    Apple has just released a brand new 15 and 17 inch Mac Book Pro...

    New Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors.

    The new Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors boost performance up to 50 percent over the previous generation. Based on Intel’s latest 32-nanometer process technology, these are the fastest dual-core processors available and they set an all-new benchmark for Mac notebooks.
    http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/performance.html

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  • pakarang
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    Having anything bought abroad and sent by mail would most likely be exposed to customs and VAT. That is a problem.

    Anything bought abroad with a value higher than 200 NOK is subject to tax.

    Naturally, if you were to travel abroad and then carry it with you, you could probably carry it with you.

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    But it looks like, if you got it in Thailand, it's gonna be aboutUSD800 more than in the US..... Whichever model you get. Can you get the upgrades like here? The extra USD600 for the upgrade to 8GB RAM would be worth it (although I can remember--it seems not so long ago--getting woozy at the thought of 256MB...)

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    THAT'S WHY I HAVE WORD MONKEY!!! mmmmmwaaahaaaahaaaaa!!!

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  • pakarang
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    I noticed that price difference on MacBooks as well...

    I might get one from Thailand, I would save almost a thousand dollars, and I could get one with the very important Thai character keyboard which I often actually would need (when writing things I do not want anybody to see)....

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    GEEZ--that price is AMAZING...

    Also, Captain...why do the MacBooks seem priced so much more in Thailand and Norway...

    Here's what's on Apple right now...

    http://store.apple.com/us/browse/hom...CBOOKPRO-INDEX

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  • pakarang
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    Interesting Oistein.. I just briefly heard about the 4G system on the radio in the afternoon.

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  • Oistein
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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    Here in Norway, the iPhone works with a couple of service providers (as far as I know): telenor and NetCom...

    There is a one year mandatory subscription contract at purchase. What happens after a year, I'm not sure.

    The new big thing here in Norway, is the soon to come 4G system, I've heard.
    Actual you now can buy a iPhone here in Norway, and use it with a subscription from any of the network suppliers.
    The only drawback is the price.
    I do some purchase of mobile phones every week, and do not use Telenor or NetCom as the network supplier.
    The price for the iPhones last week was approximately NOK 6000,- + NOK 600 for using a 3. part nettwork supplier = US$1230,- or GB£630,-

    4G or LTE (Long Term Evolution) is in use in Oslo (by NetCom) - this is only for datacom and has a datarate at aprox 100Mb/s.

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    Grrrrr.....How are businesses run in Norway????????? They don't pay you for the first year???? Geez, that would never fly here...but then again, here all you have to do is show some proof of ID to get whatever phone plan you want....they DESPERATELY want you for that two-year commitment....giving Iphones away.........

    Note to self: Remove Jan-Olav from your speed dial so you don't keep calling him every time you sit down with your phone in your jeans pocket..........

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