Joseph King - Technology Enthusiast

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This was my first Apple MacBook Pro. It was the 15" model, with a 2.33 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB of RAM, and 250 GB HDD. When I bought it, the MacBook was not yet available with a drive that large, so my first task was a HDD swap. Since the drive I used was slightly thicker than OEM, close observation of the left front of the case shows that the seam is not quite flush. No matter, as I ran OSX 10.4 Tiger, MS Vista Ultimate, and Ubuntu Linux (both using Parallels), I needed that drive space at all costs. This laptop's network name was EZRI, and the desktop displayed OSX Planet, a nice background app that shows the Earth's terminator and a satellite view in real time. EZRI
Verizon Card  The connectivity piece of my mobile office was formerly  provided by my Verizon V740 Qualcomm 3G CDMA ExpressCard. Although I "feet" my Sprint card was faster, I must admit this card worked in a lot more places.
phone Here is the Verizon Wireless XV6800 Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone I upgraded away from when my employer moved from AT&T and I got the tilt. With it I got my e-mail in real time from both my Exchange server and Windows Live Hotmail, have rudimentary web browsing capability, and pretty much every other PDA related function you can think of. We were very happy together.

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