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

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Hey guys;

I just installed the screen span doctor and it works great. I am using my 19inch view sonic with my iBook on 1280x1024 and works great. I have my iBook on 1024x768 and photoshop along with flash works great on this little baby. Macs are truely the bomb.


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i used to use a 36" crt monitor with my 12" iBook. it was awesome!!!!

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i used my 32 in sony XBR with it, it was awesome!
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i used it with a 19'' it was awesome. Especially being able to move the menu bar and dock. Also used it with airclick. If you maximize a movie on the big screen and keepo the menu bar on the ibook/powerbook the commands dont display infront of the movie.
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