15.6 Inch Laptop Sleeve,LOVPHONE Notebook Computer Case Cover For Macbook Pro/Lenovo/ASUS/Samsung/Acer/HP and All 15 Inch Notebooks,Slim-fit Briefcase Carrying Bag/Pouch(Black)

15.6 Inch Laptop Sleeve,LOVPHONE Notebook Computer Case Cover For Macbook Pro/Lenovo/ASUS/Samsung/Acer/HP and All 15 Inch Notebooks,Slim-fit Briefcase Carrying Bag/Pouch(Black)

Fully compatible with laptop computers with the size of 15-15.6" such as Macbook Pro/ Lenovo/ ASUS/ Samsung/ Acer/ HP as well as laptops from other brands
Protects laptop/netbook from dust, shocks, bumps, scrapes ,scratches and spills
Slim and lightweight; does not bulk your laptop up and can easily slide into your briefcase, backpack, or other bag
Top-loading zipper on the sleeve glides smoothly and allows convenient access to your laptop
Product Dimensions:16.4 x 11 x 1.2 inches

Posted by lovphonecompany on 2017-08-14 09:44:23

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beep boop

beep boop

Well this is annoying. I’ve taken the whole damn thing apart and can’t find anything wrong with it. It’s all dusted out and such, no exposed wires or anything that would appear to make the computer short like it has been. I’m getting to the point of saying fuck it and putting it in some kind of box. Maybe I can find a briefcase and make some ultimate spy gadget.

Posted by iProd on 2011-02-06 19:59:21

Tagged: , macbook , crapbook , repair

Mac the Knife

Mac the Knife

Day 121 of 365: "Mac the Knife"

I’ve been talking about this computer a lot this week. This is my six year old MacBook. I had to bring it in to get fixed last week and had a few issues with the repair along the way. Although this computer is no longer my main computer I use for photo editing, it is still my favorite. I actually let the problems I had with this repair effect my mood this week.

For some people, I know this sounds silly. "It’s just a computer," they would say. But to me, this computer means a lot. I’ve edited thousands of photos on it; created and editing hundreds of videos; it’s been my gateway to social media: Flickr, Yahoo Instant Messenger, MySpace, iSpQ, YouTube, Stickam, Skype, Twitter, Facebook, and 500px (and a few others along the way that never stuck).

The social media aspect of it always tied in with the art side of things for me. Through the creative tools on this machine, as well as devices like a built-in webcam, it became the gateway to meet people from all around the world as well as enhance my local social circle and reconnect family and old friends.

And it all started on this machine.

Other computers came before it. Others will come after it. But this one hit at the exact moment when art and social networking collided for me and I can’t imagine my life any other way.

So I guess it’s okay that I was a little concerned when I thought it was time to replace this computer.

And with today marking the 1/3 way point for my 365 project, instead of doing another portrait of myself, I decided to post this image of one of the many tools I’ve been using to make this project a reality.

(2/9/12)

Posted by anakin1814 on 2012-02-10 04:10:09

Tagged: , 365 , Mac , MacBook , black , intel , dust , keyboard , monitor

MicroCity—LakeSide

MicroCity—LakeSide

The innards of an Apple MacBook Pro 17"
(opened the back to blow out dust)

© Dirk HR Spennemann 2013, All Rights Reserved

Posted by heritagefutures on 2013-04-08 00:39:01

Tagged: , MacBook , Pro , circuitry , micro , city , conductor , semi , solder , board , computer , Apple , 17 , motherboard , scape , lakeside , housing , urbanisation , joke , jest , cityscape , townscape , urban , planning , bokeh , Olympus , TG-1 , black