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Mac Thread, My New Toy! in Technical; Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester here we go.... very nice chap , a little cramped but cosey im sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester View Post
    here we go....

    very nice chap , a little cramped but cosey im sure

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    There was a firmware update for the keyboards a while back, that seemed to sort out a couple of iffy bits.

    but anyway...caps lock?

    pfffft

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    You got me

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    Both work fine - Delete is under the fn key in the middle and # is alt 3. Unless you're talking about the old style?
    Alt 3 will be useful! There's nothing under the function key on the aluminium wireless one, plus I note that new ones are labled Delete when mine is currently a backspace :/

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    Matt will be giving you negative rep if you're not careful!
    I'm not bothered, I'm still cross about that bleeding cabinet falling on me !!

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    you do know you don't really need a 24" imac don't you...... whats wrong with an Advent Celeron running Windows Me????

    I'll tell you what I'll take it off your hands for 50, and I'll even come round and collect it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    very nice chap , a little cramped but cosey im sure
    A new desk will be following shortly.....

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    That keyboard is shocking, got one here in a box, NOT FOR ME I will add, its horid to type on

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    What laptop is that by the way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    What laptop is that by the way?
    Its a Dell Inspiron 630M

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    keyboards are pretty good, no good for classroom imo. fine for most kids but once you get 1 bad student they can do alot of unfixable damage. fixed on like laptop keys.

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    Nice choice in machine. I have the 20 inc at home and i would never give it up. I also have the macbook pro which is could never give up. They will grow old with me together heh.

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    I was contemplating getting a Mac at one point but the price puts me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    I was contemplating getting a Mac at one point but the price puts me off.
    Mac mini's are fairly good value.

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    They're not too bad. If I was to get one then I think I'd want a MacBook. When the price of petrol and car insurance goes down I might be able to consider getting one. Not that this will happen any time soon!

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