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It seems like a good alternative to Macbook Air, its got nice specs for its size and price, wonder about compatibility.

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Google is your friend, initial post author of an article on another site is Peroxide

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uh huh, I am thinking about buy one Mac air, how is Thinkpad X220? 



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Just asking "How is ____" is an ambiguous question. It's like asking if a certain product is good. It's relative to the person who is using it. Please keep this in mind when asking questions on the forums.

 

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Well i have a Lenovo ThinkPad x131e and i can't get it to boot. It has a Intel HD (Dev ID:0106). I've tried myHack and #####. I'm pretty sure it's a graphics problem. Also the only thing that will boot is iAtkos ML2 but i want Mavericks and i don't want to pay for iAtkos M. Can anyone help?







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