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Welcome to macbook-case.com, your number one Macbook Hard Case for all your Apple Notebook's accessories. Moreover, the Macbook Hard Case when is attached to the notebook and in used, will not limit the open angle of the Apple Notebook, thus, the end user can open the Apple Notebook without any restriction or limitation with the attached cover. The molding for this Macbook Hard Case is made from total steel molding, which is not the soft molding that is used to make polycarbonated materials.
The protect cover can be easily snap onto the Apple notebook and can easily be snap off from the notebook without any usage of extra tools or difficulty. The smooth external design of the cover is to fit and configure to the exact shape and groove of the Apple notebook without any rigid concave or edges, thus, the Macbook Hard Case is polished which will give the user the same feel and ambiance as the original Apple notebook but with an added colors and designs.
Keep your NoteBook closed when you put on the cover! Place NoteBook in bottom half of cover, snap on the corners and back 'hooks'. Place top half of the case on top of NoteBook, snap on corners. Pull the small tabs away from the NoteBook corners to remove the cover. Open the NoteBook and pull off the front corners first , then pop off the back.
The MacBook is a line of Macintosh notebook computers developed and marketed by Apple Inc. The MacBook replaced the iBook G4 series as well as the last of the PowerBook series, the 12" PowerBook G4. The original MacBook was built around the Intel Core Duo chip. Every model has a built-in iSight webcam, and a magnetic latch mechanism. The MacBook line is the companion to the higher-end MacBook Pro line.
On November 8, 2006 Apple introduced a MacBook line equipped with the Intel Core 2 Duo processor. This version is available in three configurations: 1.83 GHz and 2.0 GHz with a white polycarbonate enclosure, and a 2.0 GHz model in a matte black case.
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In addition, the end-user can be assured that the cover will not bend, warp or melt from the heat that is dispensed by the Apple Notebook during usage. The protect cover when covering the Apple Notebook will not interferred with the port connections of the notebook. The bottom portion of the cover has four rubber stands that will slightly lift the cover hence preventing the protect cover from scratching on any surface.
In www.macbook-case.com, we call it NoteBook Cover. However, it also call as following titles:
Our main sales is Apple NoteBook Cover. We carry 15 inch Apple NoteBook cover as well as 12 inch Apple NoteBook Cover, 13 inch Apple NoteBook Cover, and 17 inch Apple NoteBook Cover. We will distribute other brands as well as Apple, such as Dell, Gateway, HP, and Compaq in features.
The Macbook Hard Case is a patented product and is an independent product of Apple Computer and Apple Inc. The molding for the cover is made from steel molding, which is the finest molding hard material there is for molding. The Macbook Hard Case can be easily snap on to the Apple notebook and easily snap off from the Apple Notebook. The outline design of the plastic cover is to fit and grooved to the shape and figure of the Apple notebook without any concave or edges. The mac cover is polished thus giving the same feel and ambiance as the original Apple notebook but with the different colors or designs.
As we all can see, the Apple Notebook in the last thirty years has evolved into not only a notebook or computer, but a different lifestyle, the Macbook Hard Case will only enhance that lifestyle by giving the notebook a more vibriant look and feel. The user of the Macbook Hard Case will realize that the different colors and designs offered by the cover will give his or her notebook an extended lifestyle, instead of just one color, there are many colors, designs, style, flavor, and taste.
The Macintosh platform has introduced many innovations and ideas which have had significant effects on the computer industry, especially in the area of communications standards. One of the first was the Macintosh Plus, which successfully introduced the SCSI interface in 1986. The Macintosh IIsi and the Macintosh LC introduced standard audio in and out ports in 1990?today these ports are standard on the large majority of computers. Beginning with the iMac in 1998, Apple made the Universal Serial Bus standard and introduced FireWire, a high-speed data transfer bus now popular in media-editing computers and almost all digital video cameras. Apple also innovated in the area of networking, with heavy marketing and early implementation of the existing wireless networking standard IEEE 802.11b (AirPort) in the Macintosh portable lines in 1999. The iMac, debuting in 1998, was one of the earlier computers to have no floppy disk drive; today, almost no new computers come with one. The Macintosh was able to support multiple monitors as far back as 1988 - a full ten years before Windows 98 supported dual monitors. When Apple developed the iMac with dual monitors, it heavily influenced Bobby H. Green's development of the "DSDS" (Dual screen duo system). The Macintosh was also the first personal computer to have virtual memory, in 1989 using 'Virtual', a Connectix product.
Apple has also contributed heavily to the field of mobile computing, and many features of its mobile computers have become the norm. The PowerBook 100, 140, and 170 set the ergonomic standard for the placement of the keyboard in 1991 by moving the keyboard behind a palm rest, rather than right at the bottom of the laptop. In 1991, the PowerBook 100 series featured the first built-in pointing device on a laptop: a trackball. The PowerBook Duo also introduced the idea of a dock/port replicator in 1992. One of the most important features ever added to the Macintosh PowerBook lineup was the first true touchpad as a pointing device on the PowerBook 500 in 1994; today, most laptops rely on it as their pointing device. More recently, the PowerBook G4 became the first full-size laptop computer to feature a widescreen display, in 2003 it became the first laptop computer with a 17-inch display, and in 2004 it became the first laptop computer to provide dual-link DVI. Apple was first to deliver Wi-Fi internet access using the Wi-Fi Alliance's 802.11x standard in their AirPort product line.