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  1. Nick Holl says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 23 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Great Cover! Chat with mCover , 19 August 2011
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    You can not beat their covers. You get a great cover for a great price. I bought two Kindle covers and when it came time for aa laptop cover I have them. You have failed to impress.
    Great cover! I would first try. And their prices are low. They have not deterred the low price!

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  • digitbrat says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Apples and Oranges , 26th June 2012
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    Very nice case, fits well and protects the air from the various dents and scratches that come with life on the road. I have. Several compliments it so it’s not just my opinion that it looks good Well worth the investment.

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  • ReviewKing says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Great case for the price you pay , 5 May 2012
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    This review is from: iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case for 13.3″ Apple MacBook Air A1369 & A1466 (Orange) (Electronics)

    I love the neon colors it. was the feeling of the old imac neon monitors.The fit was perfect for my new Macair. Everything I was so so, and it also came with a keyboard protector. The small feet that are of pop including a great feature. The . processing quality is excellent as well as the shipping Trust me, you can not go wrong
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  • NJP (Ohio) says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 30 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars Good peace of mind at an affordable price , 12 June 2012
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    First, let us out of the way: you need to understand SquareTrade warranty, to appreciate and appropriate decisions on them. If you understand that the value of the guarantee decreases warranty, then you’re OK. The point of the ST warranty to ensure that your computer is running repair for the duration of the warranty period or to replace them or to fulfill or is to the nominal value of the guarantee. Meaning: if you pledged your computer for $ 1000, and it will be repaired at a repair cost of $ 200, your remaining warranty only good for $ 800 worth of repairs additinoal or refund within the warranty period. I understand it and think it’s a fair policy, which helps to keep prices affordable.
    My claims experience with SquareTrade is twofold. About a year after the warranty of my laptop screen had a screen problem. SquareTrade fixed it quickly. Unfortunately, the screen is still occasionally lost its touch capability, but that seemed to be based more software than hardware, such as a reboot would be correct. All in all I was happy with the repair. The cost of repair was evaluated at about $ 250, which seemed appropriate.
    About a year later, in a hurry, I unfortunately left the laptop hard and broke it. I felt terrible as this. My daughter’s computer, which she loves Since we had Accidental Damage Protection (thought we could use it for my daughter and myself for not need!) I cried desperately SquareTrade. My call was taken care quickly and professionally. I have the laptop and was in 2 days with a guaranteed payment of the principal amount minus $ 250 welcomes back repair costs. This allowed me to replace my daughter to the computer quickly (and with less of a wallet effects) work and not a problem with their school. Worked exactly as advertised
    by SquareTrade and I am very happy with their service. This experience will provide additional security for me should I ever need to make other claims (which I hope I do not). On one of the other things I have been commanded to make them

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  • R. Lloyd says:
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     1.0 out of 5 stars Before you buy, find and read the fine print not on this site , third October 2010
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    I bought an Asus netbook in September 2009 and also bought the SquareTrade (ST) warranty with accidental damage for three years in almost a year went empty the battery -. netbook it shows charging, but not even the netbook turn … rejected battery ASUS would not do anything and its battery is also not equipped with ASUS So I turned to my ST warranty I filed a claim and SquareTrade
    It turns out -. batteries and chargers are NOT ST covered. So, my dead netbook will not be solved under the SquareTrade warranty. This info is that it is not on this website (4Oct2010). It’s a bit misleading to talk about all the “good things” and let the “little thing” two most likely parts to fail (battery and charger) are NOT

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  • Been there, done that says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 29 of 31 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Love love love SquareTrade! , 12th October 2010
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    I started an account at Square Trade due to their low prices. I was a little nervous because I only Best Buy warranty service have used, and never tried an e-mail service before, but the price difference was large enough to take a chance with.
    I filed a claim with Square Trade and received amazingly good service. No nonsense of that I used Geek Squad-eg, waiting for hours at the Best Buy service counter for someone to pay attention to me, then it is said, the issue is not covered, or it will cost extra, It takes 2-6 weeks to send the unit for service, etc. None of these
    crap when I dealt with Square Trade. On the contrary, I received INSTANT help, yes it is completely covered, INSTANT e-mail labels for the return of a great response.
    I will never Geek Squad. I’m a Square Trade fan now seriously these guys are the best.

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  • M. Erb says:
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     5.0 out 5 stars fast, new processor runs cooler, beautiful screen , 22nd June 2012
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    customer video Length :: 4:55 Mins I had eagerly
    maintained the new Mid-2012 MacBook Pro Upgrade mainly because of the changeover to the new Intel processor “Ivy Bridge.” The 2.9GHz Intel Core i7 dual-core processor makes this MacBook Pro just fly. And it runs much cooler than its predecessors. I had to run my laptop while on my lap for a few hours and the lower case was barely warm. Fan noise was not always apparent. To be honest, I do not even know if the fan was running or not, it was so quiet.
    The aluminum unibody enclosure remained pretty much unchanged for several years. In fact, my previous MacBook Pro, a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 4 GB of RAM, the same case that this new laptop has … it is referred to as Model No:. A1278 when you
    look at the bottom of the laptop case, what Apple into the mix, which was my decision to buy any new Apple laptop made the difficult side threw the Retina Display MacBook. Initially, I was tortured the right decision of what computer to buy. After I weighed the differences and included in the cost, it was clear to me that to go for my use, the 13 “MacBook Pro the way instead was an air or Retina Display MacBook Pro. Here are my reasons …

    -The Retina Display MacBook lacks an optical drive. For me this is a critical feature was when I was a mobile DJ and I’m still rip a lot of CDs on my computer. I did not want to have to to carry around an external optical drive so with the internal optical drive on the new MacBook Pro was the key.
    -The Retina Display MacBook does not have an Ethernet port. Again, this does not affect everyone, but for me as well it was a key feature that I use all the time. not I was willing my dedicated Ethernet connectivity port.
    -The Retina Display MacBook was set out of my comfort zone. It is a phenomenal computer, but I could just do not justify the price.
    -The Air does not provide the space, which I still need the right combination of ports.
    Frankly, the display on the 13.3 “MacBook Pro is beautiful. I can see where a photographer could enjoy the retina display, but for me the 1280×800 resolution of the screen on this laptop perfectly. The display is bright, very bright, sharp and has excellent visibility from side to side. I’m a little with the glossy screen conflict, but I think I have reluctantly accepted it for the most part. In most cases, I find it better than a non-glare screen. In some situations, it is not the best because of the reflections on the screen of the surrounding light, and such. You have to remember that while reducing the glare on the screen, it might be easier, in certain situations, by reflections of light and environment, by its nature, the anti-glare display will reduce sharpness of the image displayed. The fact that the glossy screen you have an amazingly bright, clear and sharp image that is lovely to look at.
    I had as always a refurbished early 2012 MacBook Pro. That was my next best option. But for the small difference in price, I would not get USB 3.0 ports, and that was important to me, however Thunderbolt. Granted, there are not yet using many peripherals, the Thunderbolt or USB 3.0, but that will certainly change very quickly. USB 3.0 is 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and provides a throughput of up to 5 Gbps. Thunderbolt is faster and allows the chaining of monitors and other devices. The new MacBook Pro also has an updated FaceTime camera. The time now is 720p HD, and that’s pretty awesome.
    Firewire 800 still listed in this MacBook Pro also comes. Undoubtedly, Firewire is the end of their life but many more are still videographers with camcorders that use firewire and I have external hard drives with FireWire, it is still useful to me. The newly added
    Tunderbolt port is also used as a mini-display port and you can easily get adapters you can hook up to DVI, HDMI and VAG. I miss not having a dedicated HDMI port, but at least it is possible to get an adapter to fill this need.
    The Lion Mountain Lion and soon to be released operating system has gained a lot of comments, both positive and negative. Personally, I have not experienced any problems with Lion. The integration with iCloud is fantastic and allows me to my contacts, address book, bookmarks, all in sync across all my devices (iMac, iPhone, iPod Touch and another MacBook Pro.)
    The iLife suite of computer applicatons included are excellent. iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand are tightly integrated and work well. There is room for improvement, to be sure, but I use iPhoto and iMovie all the time and it is an amazingly capable duo.
    If you are considering to see a MacBook Pro for the first time and come from the PC world, welcome. You need to do adjust a little, but it’s … Read more

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  • Spencer Atherton says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 103 of 113 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Loving it! , 19 June 2012
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    This is not my first Mac computer and certainly will not be my last. Before I begin, I want to say that I am not like a good percentage of people who will end up having to write a review on this computer – I’m not an Apple fanboy. I have many PCs as well, and like they owned it. I currently own a Lenovo laptop and my new MacBook Pro, and each have their own strengths and weaknesses
    To start with the strengths.
    1 OSX Lion is a great performer .. extremely fast and reliable. I have it on my iMac desktop computer and installed and love it. Not to mention comes with a free upgrade to Lion Mountain, which is very cute.
    2 Screen looks great. Although it is not the retina display you can get on the 15.4-inch model, the screen is fantastic. Very bright and crystal clear, with excellent color.
    3 Quietest laptop I have ever owned. Keeps quiet, even when the computer is under a heavy load.
    4 First computer I’ve heard of USB 3.0. I bought an external hard drive when I bought this laptop and use it so I have the USB 3.0 could. I have the hard drive yesterday and transferred all my files from my old laptop to the new hard drive so I could put it on my MacBook. It took about 1:5 of the time. USB2.0
    5 My Lenovo laptop does not have a backlit keyboard, so the keyboard on this laptop is a big plus in my opinion. Excellent for people who work or surf the internet while their significant other is sleeping. Happy
    6th The trackpad – not even compare it to a trackpad
    I have seen on another laptop computer 7. Excellent battery life, while a very fast performer. It definitely has the best of both worlds. I average about 6 hours on a charge. My Lenovo (with similar graphics, processor, etc. and the same application) only about 4 to 5 hours on a full charge lasts.
    8th Typical Apple simplistic styling. I love the look of Apple products. Simple and clean.
    9th Many, many more … but these are the most important ones to me.
    Now, for the weaknesses.
    1 The only thing I do not about this laptop the rubber pads found on the bottom of the computer for grip. You can soft and sticky as time goes by, but now they are far from it. The pads on the bottom of my Lenovo is definitely much better and do not slip so that the computer while I’m sitting with the computer on a glass desk.
    2 Price – it’s a bit expensive for the performance you get, but the additional benefits Mac OSX and the durability and support of Apple products makes up for it. For the same price you can get a PC with more memory, bigger hard drive, better graphics and a faster processor, but then you remember Windows 7, which is not nearly as well as Mac OSX built.

    Finally – this is a great laptop. Although it is a little pricey, it’s well worth the money. So far the only problem I have with it is (rubber buffer) is a very small problem that does not change how this laptop performs in any way.
    If so, think a MacBook Pro laptop, but do not want to spend a huge amount of money for one, this is definitely the way to go. It can serve as the “base model” MacBook Pro, but it’s still an excellent computer. The size and the battery life of the computer, it is particularly suitable for people who need a laptop that is very portable. Between work and college classes, I needed a lightweight yet durable machine and this definitely fits that criteria.
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  • Elizabeth A. Schauble "Azunai" says:
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     5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the best computer I’ve ever used with a potentially irrelevant edition , 22nd June 2012
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    I used to be a die-hard Windows fan. I was always bashing OSx for the usual things (too expensive, too stupid, et cetera, et cetera), and I never really gave him a chance. Windows 7 was my OS of choice came from the day out there, and I have it on many different computers (or at least what I thought at the time) good results. It’s certainly not a bad OS but …
    This past holiday season, I have. an Asus tablet PC I wanted to love it, really. I have five star rating here on Amazon, and I tried my. It very hardest to make it fully exploit It worked for a while until I tried the Windows 8 beta. It was all downhill from there. Virus problems (be in a beta on the should, and general ugliness drove me absolutely crazy and I decided to Windows, at least temporarily. I bought a Chromebook, and while I absolutely love it and highly recommend it, I wanted more from a computer than it offered.
    So out almost on a whim, I bought a Mac. I’ve never met a better tech decision. Literally everything about it better than any computer I ever used have is from the operating system to the hardware.
    people usually say that the real reason they love Macs and other Apple products because of the build quality is. During the build quality on this machine is incredibly good ( I feel bad about hauling it with me, and I should feel) like it in an art museum, I really think it’s the software that makes this an outstanding computing and computing experience, I have absolutely zero backround up to OSx now , and I’m easy. finding my way around this computer. Admittedly, I have a good background in Linux and OSX is similar, but the fact that I have is just a new operating system to navigate after only one day throughout the contrast of Windows now that I can look at it objectively. OSX Lion is wonderful.’s multi-touch gestures and multi-touch mouse itself is very helpful, and it is because of features like these, the clear to me that it is almost necessary is to make a company’s hardware make for a product if they are providing the software as well. Everything works very well together.
    Like I said, the included apps Windows shame. Except for Outlook (which I personally hate it, but my mom has a Mac and can not use the Contacts app and Outlook), I would not pick a single, rational person, the Windows software on Apple software, when it comes to things like media photo / video editing will think and e-mail. To be honest, it’s ridiculous how well all this stuff. I have the iWorks office suite (which is not free, but significantly cheaper than Microsoft Office) and it works like a charm. I do not really create a whole series of tables or slide shows, so I can not guarantee a qualified opinion on Numbers (Excel) or Keynote (PowerPoint), but the sides is app light years ahead of Microsoft Word. I have Logic Pro 9 (download a music synthesizer / recording studio app), after having used it with friends a few months back, and have hours of digging into another fantastic piece of Mac software, and I can for a fact that it is truly unique in the world of Windows is to say.
    actual hardware internals of the computer are amazing. The new Ivy Bridge processors whip through everything I can throw at them, and the 8 gb faster ( 1600 MHz) RAM makes multitasking a breeze. The nVidia graphics card which, while not a show-stopper than enough for some serious video editing in something like Final Cut or Photo Shop (although I do not photo shop in about a year are now, so I’m not quite sure about the latter of the two statements), or gaming (if you dual-boot or select one of the games from the increasingly impressive OSx) catalog. Loudspeakers, while not overwhelming, are much better than what I used by built-in laptop speakers, and the screen, though I opted for the non-HD screen is very good, colors are bright and saturated, the pixel density is more than satisfactory, and the viewing angles are some of the best that I have ever seen is the battery life Sun good as advertised, and the computer starts and runs much faster than I am used to, especially when you consider that this computer does not flash.
    I’m not in run a single thing I would change about myself over the computer up to this point., I love the software, I love the hardware, and I love my decision. If you’re in the market for an extraordinary, powerful notebook, you’re not looking . further I can not recommend this highly enough computer
    Edit:. (? months, maybe) While the big things that I mentioned above OSx are all still completely viable, and even after several weeks of heavy use I no problems experienced Mountain Lion is a. major update and although I do not own an iPhone or an iPad (I’m more of an android guy), I still like almost all the approaches it takes to OSX.
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