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    Liquid Spills - is it any wonder they happen so often?
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    ...and your MacBook Air has a lid.

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    Liquid Spills - is it any wonder they happen so often?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpdemers View Post
    A spill-resistant keyboard would be a huge selling point, if Apple cared to use one. As it is, their infamous un-repairability is the biggest negative that drives away would-be buyers.
    Let's be realistic. People have accidents with cars, spills that ruin computers, and family feuds that lead to divorce. In a perfect world, everyone would make sure they drive safely, no drinks or food around computers, and be nice to your spouse at all times.

    However, we don't live in a perfect world do we? Why should Apple be responsible for you or anyone's carelessness?

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    Liquid Spills - is it any wonder they happen so often?
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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
    ...and your MacBook Air has a lid.
    my cat thinks moving hands are for petting her, not typing. so she suddenly jumps on the keyboards!
    she almost posted DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD on twitter yesterday-which would have been funny!
    i do blame Apple for this because they should get all the blame for everything we do!
    MacBook Air 2010 4gb Mountain Lion 10.8.5 and Snow Leopard 10.6.8
    i fixed everything on the macbook my self and repaired many in the past.

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    Liquid Spills - is it any wonder they happen so often?
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    I have three of these mugs. They hold 20oz and keep stuff hot for over 8 hours. They also have a click to shut top that seals tight. So far so good. I have not spilled anything on my keyboard ...yet!

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    Now if only I could figure out how not to drop things... in the wet shower... at the gym.

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    Lisa

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    Well darn, it inserted the cup sideways... and it won’t let me edit???

    Lisa

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    Oh well - you get the idea
    Recommend using Onyx to clean your Mac.
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