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Yeah, I want to rename this to another name. Any ideas for the first half (.prowiiforum will change as well, that's my decision)? Yeah, we need more posters until the name is changed due to the fact that I want to make it into a domain name and we will be rid of the .prowiiforum part. Yeah, just give me ideas. will now be under decision for a new name.

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Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:01 pm by RukarioX
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Exclamation The Toolbox, Pokemon Platinum, News, Locked Topics, Supporters Area, and Donations have been added to the Forum. Exclamation Also, we have an upgrade to make searching this forum easier. It's compability with the Nintendo Wii is minimizing slowly.

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PostSubject: New Macbok & Macbook Pro   Sat Nov 22, 2008 3:48 am

hey guys, these things are lookin aweosme. not only do they have REALLY GOOD GRAPHICS, but they have 250 GIGS of memory! thats amazing..... for the price they are, they are really effective. i dont see why more people in the world dont have macs!
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The Shoopdawoop Admin
The Shoopdawoop Admin

Number of posts : 216
Age : 24
Location : Chicago, IL, USA
Job/hobbies : Computer Programming, Searching Random Sites, Tennis, Designing Sites, Videogames
Funny Post : I like to eat stuff!
Registration date : 2008-11-22

PostSubject: Re: New Macbok & Macbook Pro   Sun Nov 23, 2008 2:23 am

It’s gorgeous. Inside and out.

Since the software on every Mac is created by the same company that makes the Mac itself, you get a completely integrated computer that’s as secure, stable, and powerful as it is elegant and easy to use.
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Anatomy of a Mac

A quick overview of the basics so you can get started using your Mac right away.

What’s inside a Mac? Only the world’s most advanced operating system and a suite of software that’s just as brilliantly designed as the computer itself. Watch the video
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* Display
* Keyboard
* Space
* Magsafe
* Materials

…and beauty.

Recyclable glass and aluminum. A trip-proof power cord. A stunning display. Even the keyboard is beautiful. Get a closer look at a few of the design details that make a Mac a Mac. View gallery
It does what a PC does, only better.

A Mac has all the essentials built right in, including the latest wireless technology, advanced Intel chips, and a rock solid operating system that’s loaded with innovations.
Born ready.

Unlike other computers that require you to spend hours configuring devices, a Mac connects to your digital camera, wireless device, or external drive and just works. Really.
802.11n icon
Instantly wireless.

A Mac makes wireless easy. Networks automatically appear, and you can get on the Internet with a few clicks.
intel Core2Duo
High performance.

With the latest Intel processors and other engineering leaps, a new Mac does all the things that only a Mac can do — at an astonishing speed.
A conversation piece.

Lots of computers come with built-in cameras these days. But only a Mac comes with iChat software that lets you have four-way video chats,1 give presentations, and even share your screen with people all over the world.
OS X Updater
Always up to date.

A Mac regularly checks for updates to Mac OS X and any included Apple software and automatically downloads them. So really, a Mac gets better with age.
OS X Security
Safe for you and your kids.

Designed with security in mind, Mac OS X isn’t plagued by constant attacks from viruses and malware. Likewise, it isn’t inundated by never-ending security dialogs. So you can safely go about your work — or play — without interruption. And easy-to-use parental controls let you manage what your kids can do on the computer and when they can do it.
Made for today

A Mac is built for the way people use computers today, both at home and at work.
Wireless, Windows on Mac Yes. You can get on the Internet via wireless networks everywhere. Yes. You can connect to networks (both Mac and PC). Yes. You can run Microsoft Office. Yes. You can run Windows.
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