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Apple iPad Alternative Mac Netbook!

3 Apr

My friend (and outstanding artist, Andes) is selling her custom Mac Snow Leopard Netbook.  She says it’s more versatile and full featured than the iPad and looking at the specs, I think I’d rather have her netbook!

Check it out (and the value is well over $1100, but she has it priced at less than half!)

Netbook available.

Clipped:

Why you want to buy my Netbook Mac (NanoMac) in the iPod craze:

I know iPad look really awesome. I want one. But, I will never give up my Custom Mac Netbook. And I have one to sell. The reason it’s valuable and different than an iPad, and the reasons you should really want it.

It’s a full computer.

It’s custom. You can’t go into a store and buy a Mac Netbook.

It has a Webcam (front facing)  ;)

It multitasks, and runs as may programs as you want at once.

It runs all standard Mac software, not apps.

It’s approx. the same size as an iPad.

It has a real keyboard.

And it’s a rad little custom machine.

It has an authentic, vintage apple sticker.

It’s cheaper than an iPad :)

The Data:

It started it’s life as a Dell mini 9″ netbook.

It now operates fully functional MAC OSX Snow Leopard on it. (10.6.1)

Approx 1 yr old, recently rebuilt and never used since the rebuild, so it’s like “new”

specs:

-910 intel atom processor N270

-1.6GHz

-1gb DDR2-533 memory cache

-32 GB HHD Harddrive

-memory card slot for SD/MMC/SDHC/MS (which means you can add as big a card as you want ( I have seen 32gb,) to increase your memory space) as well as read all those card types.

-webcam 1.3 megapixel

-3 UBS ports

-VGA output

-10/100 Ethernet

-802.11 b/g wifi

– 8.9″ screen, 1024 x 600 resolution

– 2.28lb

-dimensions: 1.25″ x  9.13″ x 6.77″

It will run any mac software you want to add.

Value:

Hardware: 575$ (+tax)

Software: 599$ (+tax) additional software items on it (Adobe Lightroom, iWork, iLife, Pixelmator)

your price: $499

contact me at aquajade24  at . gmail. com

Best Ever.

24 Nov

Another reason why….

Originally uploaded by CleverGirlBek

And the award for best accessory ever goes to:
Caitlin of Moxie and Oliver!

I fell in love with this koi and sakura pattern from Moxie and Oliver as soon as I saw it on one of the fabulous guitar straps in Caitlin’s shop…
I had to have something…

So, for my birthday present this year, I asked the fabulous Miss Caitlin to conjure up a pouch to hold my Dexcom CGMS… What she made was this gorgeous accessory which is a slightly size modified version of her belt bags. This pouch has a sturdy snapping loop on the back, so I can attach it to a belt loop (I don’t always wear a belt, she does make them so they attach to a belt as well)…. This is much more secure for me as the clip on the case that came with the Dexcom is a slippery little bugger and I was constantly worried about one day hearing that horrible splash or feeling an empty place where the Dexcom should have been perched… Now I need not fear that event, and I can focus on other, happier things (like plotting what else I could order with this pattern… A girl can dream, right?)

The pattern is gorgeous, the quality is superb…The leather is thick and sturdy but it is not heavy….Experience tells me that, like my Poppy purse from Moxie and Oliver, this will break in perfectly….

And, even when wearing just jeans and a t-shirt for a run to the store, I feel a little extra fabulous and I don’t feel like a crazed gadget freak, as I can carry either my cgms or my glucose meter stuff in the pouch, and slip the other ‘betes stuff into pockets… I feel much more human with this fabulous pack adorning my waist, than I do with all of my tubes, buttons, and screens dangling around…

I swear, this gorgeous pouch of fabulousness makes me stand taller and feel fabulous, even on the rougher days. I can’t wait for the day when there is a cure, and I don’t need these gadgets, then I’ll tuck a few dollars and my ID into this baby and hit the town!

Thank you Caitlin! Thanks for rockin’ so hard!

Now go visit Moxie and Oliver for more amazing, handcrafted, leather artistry.

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