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WEB11

Member Since 18 Dec 2010
Offline Last Active Dec 24 2010 03:27 PM
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In Topic: Laptop Buying Advice

21 December 2010 - 05:49 PM

This project needs "love", willingness to search, learn, spend money, contribute back...


And being so hostile towards new members is going to help accomplish this? You are being too quick to assume that because someone wants advice on how to start right that they are not willing to put in what it takes. I mean if you don't want to help a novice then by all means ignore him but jumping on his throat because he asked a question that has been asked before? It's a forum with thousands of posts, answers can be hard to find sometimes. Eventually people will search and not find a clear answer and ask it again.

In Topic: ASUS 1015PED

21 December 2010 - 05:03 PM

I am wondering the same myself. I heard the 1015P is very similar to the 1018P and that is what I have.

In Topic: Good i7 Notebook for Hackintoshing

19 December 2010 - 05:04 PM

I am also interested in a good i7 that I could buy from bestbuy or another store in the us.

In Topic: Laptop Buying Advice

19 December 2010 - 07:00 AM

May be I'm missing something...I love the whole hackintosh experience minus the inevitable hair pulling. But once you start to get into the $800-$900 dollar range shouldn't you start asking yourself if a genuine mac product isn't the better choice and just suck it up for the extra $200 buck and save yourself some grief. I'm all for the $399-$599 hackintosh laptops and can live with some of the minor short comings that may come with that but once I fork out $800 i want everything to work ie. sleep, graphics QE, audio, mic, SD, Video Cam, and trackpad Gestures those are great once you get the hang of them. What would be the argument for this high of a priced hackintosh?


Many of us including myself don't want a real mac. I would use it as a secondary OS. I love Windows 7 and that will be my primary OS. I wouldn't mind spending over $1000 for the right hardware. I don't know why people have to pull the buy a real mac card all the time here. Isn't this the home of OSx86?
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