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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Anyone heard of this?! i think its great!


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Medallia Blog: SmackBook Pro

Decent Demo:

YouTube - Smackbook Demonstration

How To Install:

YouTube - From Macbook to Smackbook

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Dont hit it to hard!!! not gonna be responsible for you lot breaking ur MB!!

Let me know how u get on/think
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Is this possible on the new unibody macbook pros?
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id presume they have the same sensors! not sure though! give it a go!
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Tried this a long time ago. It was fun for a little while but then it got boring since it's not consistently accurate. Plus, it's easier to just use a keyboard shortcut

Best part is when you have Windows running full screen in one Space and when you smack it your friends are amazed how you were able to switch between OS X and Windows with just a simple tap


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yeah the in accuracy can be poor so i just use it on two desktops as its preeety smoooth!!, its great when working in windows or linux via a virtual machine tho!
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I believe that virtue desktops allows this functionality... I tried it a while ago too.. Its more "fun" than "functionality"...


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Seems similar to this.

SeisMac Turning your Mac into a Seismograph. Different purpose obviously. ^-^"

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