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Originally Posted by gamos View Post
I'm wondering how cold is too cold to operate my MacBook pro. I live in a cold climate, and after a 10-minute walk to work in -15 C (that's 5 F for those living outside of Canada) with my laptop in an uninsulated shoulder bag, I usually let it warm up at room temperature for a while before firing it up.

Anybody have any idea how cold is too cold?
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Can cold temperatures adversely affect electronic gadgets? :: Free Tech Support :: Ask Dave Taylor!

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If your hard drive-based gifts experience extreme temperatures (below 30 degrees), allow them time to warm to room temperature before operating them.

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