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

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This was in Budapest, Hungary. The only way i could get internet besides paying the $30 a day the hotel offered was to have the iBook all the way against the window. The airport extreme leeched off of one of the boat cafe's from down below. I was on the 8th floor by the way! Amazing. It faded in and out sometimes. It would work perfect for 1 or 2 hours though.

The other picture is in Rome. I'm using the vyper xs sleeve from http://www.booqbags.com to transport it around the world. Working perfect so far.

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great pics! might i ask what watch you have in the 3rd pic?? looks to be like a seiko "monster"


my apple is bling *tisk tisk, you shouldn't have any bling.. just nice things*
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great pics! might i ask what watch you have in the 3rd pic?? looks to be like a seiko "monster"

It's a Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium. :biohazard
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gotcha, i tend to spend a little time over here timezone
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my apple is bling *tisk tisk, you shouldn't have any bling.. just nice things*
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That was a very worthwhile post. I hope others will post pictures of their Macs in action!
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I wanna goto budapest; it looks great in those pics.
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you got more pictures of Budapest? If you are still there, take you iBook around and take pictures of everything making sure to get your iBook in it.

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Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. I love the states, but I need to get out more often.

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Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. I love the states, but I need to get out more often.

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Maybe we should have all take pictures if we can of our iBooks on holiday and post them here or something! I'm going on holiday (somewhere but dunno where yet, lol) this summer and most likely will be taking my iBook. I would love to take some pictures and post them here!
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i went to budapesy last summer... no offence,, but it wasent all that... IMO: Prague is better :bone:

but thats just me

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i went to budapesy last summer... no offence,, but it wasent all that... IMO: Prague is better :bone:

but thats just me

heh. I've been to Prague too. But I didn't have my ibook then.
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****...

and i just looked at my last post... i spelled Budapest wrong .. sorry.. the typo demon is on my a** :bone:

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