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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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

Storm coming in over the river Murry – South Australia.

Storm coming in over the river Murry - South Australia.

A wild day whilst on our houseboat trip up the River Murray South Australia, this was a combination of a very nasty fire front and the smoke, dust and storm front that was blown our way…the previous photo was sent from my I pad with no adjustments whilst there, I couldn’t wait to get home and upload on my computer and add some color and contrast to the photo as was seen on the day.
I had to remove the old one as it was out of focus and poorly done, prob with old eyes and small screens – lol

Posted by Mykel46 on 2015-11-27 10:27:48

Tagged: , storm , river , murray , South , Australia , nature , wild , weather , Olympus , OMD , EM5mk2 , 7-14mm , f2.8 , pro

systm hacked!

systm hacked!

My MacBook Pro was (d)evolving into a chainsaw, so I decided to open it up for cleaning and dusting… and a few snapshots in the process… and a hard drive upgrade in preparation of Cinema4D and in getting rid of Vista once and for all.

Posted by ronfiles on 2007-11-03 09:49:00

Tagged: , MacBook , Pro , inside , hack , weekend , project , computer , parts , chips , fans , internal , soldering , miniaturisation , macro

HP LaserJet Pro 400 Color M451nw

HP LaserJet Pro 400 Color M451nw

Help me welcome the newest addition to the fleet: the HP Color LaserJet M451nw!

I’ve had HP color lasers in the past, but both of them have had major issues that killed them. My previous color laser, the HP Color LaserJet CM1015MFP, shot out a nice plume of black smoke as I printed a document with it about a year ago. I threw it out and replaced it with the HP OfficeJet Pro 6830, a printer I picked up at work last Black Friday for the jaw-dropping price of $44.

The OfficeJet Pro 6830 has some great features. It’s one of the only inkjet printers in its class that comes standard with a wired network interface, which is my preferred method of connecting printers. (It also comes with wireless, but HP’s stupid software setup utility absolutely hated my wireless networks. This is not the first time I’ve ranted about this problem, and it surely won’t be the last. Fortunately, I never use the wireless connection.) The other feature I liked? Native software-free AirPrint support regardless of whether the wireless connection was enabled. HP did well to include this right out of the box when it hasn’t been well to include that support on other printers, both inkjet and laser.

The cons of the OfficeJet Pro 6830, though, are what drove me back to looking for a secondary printer. Its most major flaw is with the wired network connection. For whatever reason, it’s not reliable and drops off the network. The "auto-on" feature freezes up the printer, and the "printhead error" dialogs appear on a daily basis.

Oh, and did I mention this thing chugs ink? It uses the 934 and 935 cartridges, which most stores only sell in the $40 multipack option, not as individual cartridges–and lucky for us, HP has disabled the use of compatible cartridges in this model. As usual with printers, it would cost more than the machine to replace the cartridges. Enter printer shopping and my want to return to some kind of laser machine.

At first, I looked into the LaserJet Pro M401n. That’s HP’s "step up" from the P1102w, which I’d also originally considered but passed on due to the issues with connecting to wireless I’ve experienced with one of those at a client’s place. The M401n uses the same toner as the P1102w, which meant it would only cost me $20 for a compatible if I needed a replacement. I kept that printer in mind and kept looking around HP’s website.

Then I got an idea: I’d seen the M451nw at Staples a couple weeks prior and liked it. The only problem was the outrageous $600 price tag Staples was charging, and I knew I wasn’t going to pay that. My jaw dropped when I discovered HP had this printer on sale for $219.99. I added a promo code, and it knocked $67 off the price tag–$152.99, which made it cheaper than the M401n. At that price, I knew which printer I was buying! Another promo code landed me the second sheet feeder (Tray 3) for $72.99. The whole machine with the accessory tray (which is normally about $130 by itself) cost $226 after discounts. I also went ahead and dropped $5 on a stick of 256 MB DDR2 laptop memory to max out the printer’s RAM at 384 MB.

All that might seem like a lot of money, but when you factor in how long HP laser toners seem to last me, it was a no-brainer. When my CM1015MFP bit the dust, it still had the introductory toners in it from when I bought it as a sophomore in high school in 2007. I printed countless 10-page papers, a 50-page packet of history notes every two weeks for a year, numerous study guides, yearbook spreads, production note packets for broadcast crew, *and* all my college stuff off those toners, and they still had about 20% capacity left when the printer died in November 2014. I think it’s safe to say why I like HP laser printers. I’ll keep the OfficeJet Pro 6830 for scanning capability, but all my printing will now be done by the M451nw.


Ease of setup – 5/5.

Software – 3/5. It’s yet another one of HP’s modern-era, resource-hogging, Flash-based installers. This is the only problem with the entire setup process.

Print quality – 5/5. This thing is definitely 10,000 leagues above the CM1015MFP, as good as that machine was to me. Yearbook proofs looked great on the CM1015MFP, but they would look way better on the M451nw.

Build quality – 4/5. These paper trays are *way* too easy to open. Lightly bumping the table the printer is on opens at least one of the paper trays every time. I only wish HP would’ve used the same latching technology on Tray 2 and Tray 3 (the optional add-on tray) as they did on Tray 1.

Options – 5/5. AirPrint capability on a workgroup color laser printer, and that capability *just works* right out of the box? The ability to print several useful templates (note paper, graph paper, checklists) straight from the panel of the printer without having to install any pointless software on the computers that use the printer? Laser-printer-wise, this is usually stuff HP has only included on the $1,000 LaserJet Enterprise printers in the past. Kudos to HP for bringing those features to the cheaper laser printers.

Final score – 22/25.

This printer’s only two flaws are with the software (which you only have to deal with when you install the printer) and the paper trays. The long-term durability of the paper trays is really my only worry about this printer. Otherwise, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this printer to anyone who is looking for a color laser machine.

If you need a duplexer for front-and-back printing, the M451dn and M451dw should be where you decide to look. The M451dn only has wired networking capabilities, while the M451dw has wired and wireless connection interfaces.

Posted by compdude512 on 2015-10-05 04:24:28

Tagged: , HP , Color , LaserJet , Pro , 400 , M451nw , printer , network , computer , device

M45 The Pleiades – 08-02-2015 – 30x120s – Equinox 66 – Nikon D3100 – SmartEQ CC2014 GB NR

M45 The Pleiades - 08-02-2015 - 30x120s - Equinox 66 - Nikon D3100 - SmartEQ CC2014 GB NR

The Pleiades, or Seven Sisters (Messier 45 or M45), is an open star cluster containing middle-aged hot B-type stars located in the constellation of Taurus. It is among the nearest star clusters to Earth and is the cluster most obvious to the naked eye in the night sky. The celestial entity has several meanings in different cultures and traditions.

The cluster is dominated by hot blue and extremely luminous stars that have formed within the last 100 million years. Dust that forms a faint reflection nebulosity around the brightest stars was thought at first to be left over from the formation of the cluster (hence the alternative name Maia Nebula after the star Maia), but is now known to be an unrelated dust cloud in the interstellar medium, through which the stars are currently passing. Computer simulations have shown that the Pleiades was probably formed from a compact configuration that resembled the Orion Nebula. Astronomers estimate that the cluster will survive for about another 250 million years, after which it will disperse due to gravitational interactions with its galactic neighborhood.

A little out of focus!

Posted by Ed Gibbs on 2015-02-09 22:22:08

Tagged: , M45 , The , Pleiades , SmartEQ , pro , Nikon , D3100 , Equinox , 66 , Field , Flattener



My beloved 3 year old MacBook Pro hasn’t been behaving well recently. It’s not full of dust but is overheating when playing Diablo 3.

Perhaps it’s time to treat myself to a new one.

| CLICK HERE to see my more recent work. |

Posted by Hayn0r on 2012-06-11 16:54:01

Tagged: , day82 , 365days , MacBook , Pro , motherboard , circuit , mother , board , fans , computer , inside , aluminium , unibody , Canon , EOS , 600D

MicroCity—Shopping Mall

MicroCity—Shopping Mall

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 00:39:02

Tagged: , MacBook , Pro , circuitry , micro , city , conductor , semi , solder , board , computer , Apple , 17 , motherboard , cityscape , townscape , urban , planning , buildings , centre , shops , greenfield , development , joke , jest , microcosm , bokeh , Olympus , TG-1

Where I work

Where I work

A short lifetime’s accumulation of carefully selected crud. Taking advantage of a borrowed wide-angle lens to show you where it all happens.

In response to the Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell prompt:

The computer pretty much boils down to the Projects folder and the Found folder, and both have swelled to eye-popping size over the years. The stuff in the Found folder powers a screensaver, which serves as a constant source of inspiration and study. The more I look at what I’ve Found, the more I learn from it.

My meta-organizer is (currently) Google Calendar, chosen for its flexibility and ubiquity. I use it to track appointments, deadlines, plans, billable work done, eBay auctions … anything with a time component, which is just about everything.

I carry two means of data capture everywhere I go: a camera (Canon PowerShot SX200 IS) and a notebook. I started taking notes in columns and using color-coding, and I’ll fill one up every six months or so. I also carry an iPod touch so I can bring Google Calendar along too 🙂

Posted by clockspot on 2010-02-11 15:37:53

Tagged: , slr , snow , day , dallas , coffee , apple , keyboard , encyclopedia , office , desk , clock , ikea , macintosh , mac , filco , wacom , intuos4 , lamp , macbook , pro , radio , records , vinyl , printer , shelves , books , teacups , stripes , parquet , ploop