I look at Apple’s new Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter and compare it to their USB Ethernet Adapter. I discuss some of the differences between the 2 a…
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Farewell to a major landmark of the Bay Area — the eastern span of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge.
The Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter is intended for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Retina Display laptops lacking a built-in Ethernet port. This gives a…
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IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN.
A quick look at a new motherboard from Gigabyte that’s well suited for Hackintosh builders. The Z77X-UP5 TH includes two 10 Gb/second Thunderbolt ports. This video look at Apple’s Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet adapter and the 12 TB Pegasus Thunderbolt RAID on this Ivy Bridge Hackintosh. Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 TH – amzn.to Apple Thunderbolt to Gb Ethernet Adapter + Benchmarks www.youtube.com Pegasus R6 12 TB Thunderbolt RAID www.youtube.com Ivy Bridge Hack Pro (2012) Overview www.youtube.com Hackintosh Playlist www.youtube.com Intel Core i7-3770K Processor – amzn.to Corsair Carbide Series 400R Mid Tower – amzn.to Kingston 8 GB Flash Drive – amzn.to OWC Electra 6G SSD – igm.nu Alt: Intel 520 SSD: amzn.to Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 TH – amzn.to Corsair Vengeance Blue 16 GB – amzn.to Cool Master Hyper 212 – amzn.to Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Paste – amzn.to Corsair Professional Series 650-Watt PSU – amzn.to Alt: Corsair HX Professional Series 750-Watt PSU – amzn.to GIGABYTE ATI Radeon HD6870 1GB – amzn.to Internal PC Speaker – amzn.to About: Video by Mike Flaminio of Insanely Great Mac. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel for future videos! Area of focus includes products from Apple and Apple-related software and accessories. My YouTube channel features content for Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod. Also, check out the weekly podcast The Insanely Great Show for an hour-long discussion of major topics of the week. Best way to reach me is on Twitter: www.twitter.com Twitter twitter.com RSS Feed …
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www.askmisterwizard.com Whenever you purchase equipment for your LAN, you will need to “manage” it with your web browser. This video clip is based on our very popular clip of the same title from 2007, but it has been updated. It shows exactly how to use your web browser to configure your router, wireless Ethernet Bridge, print server, file server, NAS device, or any other modern, network-centric equipment. It is illustrated with computer-generated animation that will help you visualize the context of the situation.
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Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (Thunderbolt)
The MacBook Pro 13-inch is two processor leaps rolled into one and features other new technology likeThunderbolt and Facetime HD.
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Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview Released
While the new MacBook Pro line-up delivers the Sandy bridge update consumers have been clamoring for, Apple has something for developers too. The new developer preview of Mac OS X Lion has been released, adding full-screen app support, pinch and double-tap zoom in Safari – some of the multitouch gestures borrowed from OS X – a document saving system called Versions (which automatically saves …
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Thunderbolt smokes USB, FireWire with 10Gbps throughput
Intel has finally launched its new peripheral interconnect technology—formerly codenamed “Light Peak”—now branded “Thunderbolt.” Developed in cooperation with Apple , which introduced Thunderbolt on its newest MacBook Pro laptops on Thursday morning, the new interconnect is designed to bring workstation-class I/O throughput to mobile workflows as well as serve as a next-generation connector for …
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Halong Bridge at Night
Image by ethan.crowley
Wow, it’s been a VERY long time since I’ve uploaded anything to flickr. I’ve been back in the US now for almost six months, and haven’t posted a single shot since my arrival. Stateside life is busy compared to Asian life.
I’m hoping to work back into being involved in the flickr community over the next few weeks, despite the my busy-ness. There’s one problem with living in the US as a photographer– East Coast America is not a very exciting, photogenic place. Everything here has already been photographically explored from every conceivable angle. We shall see what I come up with.
In the meantime, I still have a backlog of some shots from my June trip to Vietnam which I’ll be posting.
Here’s a shot from Halong City up in North Vietnam. Behind me was the famous Halong Bay with hundreds of exquisite granite islands nestling in the seawater. I took a walk down the oceanside street that night with my sister to see the sights, after having toured the islands earlier that day. I’ll try to post a sea shot later. I really like the architectural beauty of this bridge, though.
It’s definitely not a perfect shot, a fact which is easily discernible when looked at large on blackt; In typical moronic fashion, I forgot to manually focus after I repositioned my tripod, so the photo’s slightly soft as a result (I know, what an idiot). Also, my little D40 doesn’t do a good job with low light– major graininess ensues.
For the record, it’s good to be back on Flickr.
Apple unveils new MacBook Pros with Sandy Bridge, ThunderBolt, and AMD graphics
Apple just updated its homepage with some fancy new MacBook Pro laptops. The big news today is pretty much what we expected: Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors and the high-speed ThunderBolt I/O. We knew there would be new graphics but we didn’t know that Apple would be ditching Nvidia and going with AMD, the 6000 series […]
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New 2011 MacBook Pros: Official Specs, Price and Availability Announced!
It didn’t take any longer since we’ve got the full spec sheet of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro. Though the leaked photos only showed what the 13-inch model will bring, now at least we know all the details of the three new MacBook Pros including the 15 and 17-inch models.
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