Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Apple Confirms MACBOOK Nano..


A few weeks ago LG leak that Apple had asked them to start the making of OLED Screen because they developed a technology that prevents smudges and stains on an OLED screen. Today it has came to our understanding that those screen may be for the rumored Apple Touchscreen MacBook Nano.

It is said that Apple has already made a prototype of this netbook. There is no word if it will look exactly like the photo above.

Obviously, the exact design of a MacBook Nano netbook will depend on what you decide to use as the basis for your Mackintosh, but other models of netbooks are so similar that there are certain things you can expect no matter if they come in a netbook. For example, you're going to have an Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM and a 1024x600 screen resolution. You will also have a three-or six-cell battery cells (generally speaking, you should go for the netbook six cell sites), a small keyboard and trackpad, and a chassis made mostly of plastic. So which is better? A Hackintosh Macbook Nano or MacBook Air? Clearly, the winner is the unibody MacBook white. It does everything the Air can do better for less. You can also get battery life similar to what you find on a netbook. 

However, if for some odd reason you have decided to choose only one Macbook Nano or MacBook Air, I would suggest you to buy the MacBook Air. Why? Because, even if a Hackintosh netbook costs only a few hundred dollars, it is simply too difficult to use and it requires too many compromises. For many users, buying a Mac is all about buying a computer that is easy to use. Macbook Nano, then, is something of a contradiction, because it isnot very easy to use at all. First, in order to install the OS X, you need to buy a copy and then install it using a boot loader such as iBoot . Once you have done that, you will also need to visit the Mackintosh website to find drivers that allow full functionality of your OS X Netbook. While these drivers can usually be found, it is not always easy to find the right, especially if you have chosen a less popular netbook as a basis for the Macbook Nano. Even after installing OS X and could still face problems.

2 Responses so far.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Woooo thas reallly awesommmme ,,,Apple I love You...

  2. Anonymous says:

    coooooooool what A Book its amazing..

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