MacBook Pro 13-inch is the ideal computer for the traveling photographer.

traveling computers fro photographer

This is my new 13-inch MacBook Pro and a 10.6-inch Samsung N220 Netbook next to it, both set-up for digital workflow use, while traveling to remote locations. As you can see in the picture above, both computers are capable of running Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (Version 3). The MacBook Pro is the newest mid-2010 version so it runs OSX 10.6 and the Netbook is running Windows 7. Continue reading “MacBook Pro 13-inch is the ideal computer for the traveling photographer.”

2010 – The Year of the Tablet & the Cloud

Apple Tablet Computer
It is no secret at this point, that Apple is about to astound us with their version of a netbook / e-reader / tablet computer / big screen telephone / and portable video delivery system. It is also no secret that Google is interested in the same market, but rather than go it alone, Google is working with a number of hardware vendors (mainly HTC at this point), to market hardware using their Android portable operating system.

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A gallery of a few real and some not so real, Apple Tablet computers

Axiotron Modbook - tablet computer
The very real Axiotron Modbook, which is based on a (white plastic) Macbook and sells for (starting under) US$2,000. You can even supply your own (white or black) Macbook and have a custom conversion made. Mostly used by graphic artists, this tablet computer is a clever hybrid of Apple MacBook and Wacom graphic tablets parts and technology.
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Apple’s (Not So Secret) plans, for the new Mac Tablet family of computers.

Apple MacTablet - concept illustrationConcept art for an Apple touch-screen Netbook. (Credit: Gizmodo)

Anybody who has been around any MacWorld or just the Mac community in general over the years, knows that there has always been a plan for a Macintosh tablet computer. There has always been an Apple plan to make computers smaller and more portable, and there has also always been an Apple plan to develop a better touch screen interface.
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