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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

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Ooops.

11 Sep

Ooops.

Originally uploaded by CleverGirlBek

Ok. So the new label printer showed up today and within 30 minutes I managed to destroy it.

I called Dymo directly and they told me that my printer probably didn’t need the firmware update and that could have busted it…They also said I needed to contact the reseller/retailer to exchange it..

Called Labelcity.com (I rarely make phone calls these days, most everything is by email due to scheduling around kiddo and rest) and told them that I called Dymo and they said “Did you tell them that you bought it from Labelcity?” It appears they have a contract with them…

Called Dymo back and the nice gentleman on the phone knew exactly what I was talking about- all I had to say was “I bought this from Labelcity” (I was worried and jaded from past experiences with other companies that I was going to become a ping pong ball) and he shipped out a replacement after taking down some information. He even sounded concerned that as Fedex had already picked up for the day that they wouldn’t pick up my package until tomorrow but it would be shipping with overnight service so Monday I will have the replacement…

Bummed it wasn’t something I could fix on this end but I did manage to print my one label for the day before I fried the machine so I’m happy.
But more than that I am thrilled by my experiences with both Labelcity.com and Dymo – I was never put on hold and received straight answers and prompt and stellar service. That, my friends, is what will earn them repeat business and referrals from yours truly.

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