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User Info: GoFudgeUrself

GoFudgeUrself
3 years ago#1
The touchpad was absolutely amazing. It was just so responsive. It didn't feel just okay, it felt good. To the point where I wouldn't need to use an external mouse. The design is okay, but the build is great. Nothing feels cheap about it. Typing on the keyboard felt fantastic as well. The screen was a beaut.

I have used Dells, Acers, Samsungs all my life, and Apple will be my next and only. The other guys just can't build them like this.

User Info: Po-Rayu

Po-Rayu
3 years ago#2
It's miles better than other laptops!
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User Info: mycousinvinnie

mycousinvinnie
3 years ago#3
wow marketers already!

User Info: Spacewhizguy

Spacewhizguy
3 years ago#4
GoFudgeUrself posted...
The touchpad was absolutely amazing. It was just so responsive.

This is one thing I hate about all Windows laptops. I've only owned Windows laptops so far, but I've never found one with a trackpad even half as responsive as a Macbook's. I'm seriously considering getting a Macbook Air as my next laptop just for the trackpad.
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User Info: Voelger

Voelger
3 years ago#5
What's so different about it?
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User Info: Tha_Degenerator

Tha_Degenerator
3 years ago#6
Voelger posted...
What's so different about it?


Build quality. Premium feel that you won't find anywhere else in a laptop.
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User Info: Voelger

Voelger
3 years ago#7
I mean what's different than older macbook?
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User Info: animanganime

animanganime
3 years ago#8
Which Macbook Pro did you use TC?
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User Info: Treason686

Treason686
3 years ago#9
Nice laptops. Just not a fan of OSX.
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User Info: Hi C

Hi C
3 years ago#10
Tha_Degenerator posted...
Voelger posted...
What's so different about it?


Build quality. Premium feel that you won't find anywhere else in a laptop.


Protip 1: Aluminum casing isn't going to stop the concussion from breaking something internal when you drop it.

Protip 2: All laptops have a 50% failure rate by the end of the 3rd year of use.

Not that it will stop zombies from waiting in line 3 corners around the block every year to drop another $2k on a 13 inch laptop with the processing power of a $500 Windows PC.
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