Linked by Eddyspeeder on Tue 6th Oct 2009 22:01 UTC
Apple Late June 2009 I bought a 13" MacBook Pro (2.26 GHz, 4 GB RAM). I suppose that after just three months, the blinding "first joys" over getting a laptop have worn off. By now, I deem my thoughts about this device to be realistic and of an appropriate level. The past few weeks I attained mastery over the Mac OS through personal discovery, accompanied by a very insightful book; I bought additional software and hacked the Dock to suit my preferences.
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Quite okay
by mightshade on Wed 7th Oct 2009 23:20 UTC
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That review is pretty okay. It's not written in a style I like (as I prefer the more factual reviews), but all information I expect from a review is there. So I'll criticise just some minor points.

First of all, about the fan. Approximately in the middle of the second page, you write "more on the fan later" - but further down, you only mention it again in one sentence (where it references back). The "more" I expected is missing. Like a paragraph about what causes the problem, if/how you got rid of it, something like that.

And secondly, about your rant about Samsung/Windows/Philips/Apple at the end. This finger-pointing adds nothing to your review (supports neither your arguments nor your opinion). Also, why would I care about them, when reading about a MacBook?

So, like I said, except from these little things your review is just fine.

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