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War Machine decal for MacBook add another level of geekery

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Design, PC / Laptop

War Machine Macbook Decal

Not to be outdone by the Iron Man Macbook decal, War Machine now has one of his very own. You can get one for any or , 13-, 15-, or 17-inch models. Available now on Etsy.

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Apple releases updated MacBook: 10 hour battery life

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, PC / Laptop

MacBook early 2010

Hot on the heels of another leak out of Taiwan, Apple has made public their newly updated , highlighted by a built-in 10-hour battery. The design hasn’t changed—it’s the same unibody white polycarbonate enclosure, but on the inside it now has a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and an NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics chip. The other major features are unchanged, like the 2GB DDR3 RAM and 250GB hard drive. Pricing remains the same, right at $999.

All that’s left now is that sorely-needed update. You can pick up the new MacBook now.

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Paul Rodriguez Signature Skate Pack laptop bag

Posted by Finnian Durkan Categories: Wearables

Paul Rodriguez Skate Pack incasePaul Rodriguez has accomplished a lot in his skateboarding career.  He was the 2002 Trans World Skating Rookie of the Year, won an X-Games Gold medal in Street Skating in 2005 and also became the first pro-skater to be sponsored by Nike.  Combine all of these things with the fact that his father is famous comedian Paul Rodriguez, Sr. and it is not surprising that P-Rod is branching out to areas beyond grinding rails and landing kick-flips.  Enter Incase and the Paul Rodriguez Signature Collection.  Started in 2008, the current line features a new version of his signature skate pack that can accommodate up to a 17” .  Featuring a reinforced notebook compartment, a dedicated iPod pocket with headphone port, a concealed back panel zippered pocket to secure important documents and heavy-duty, water-resistant YKK zipper pulls with closed-seam construction the P-Rod Skate Pack ensures that whatever you put inside it will be protected from most anything that you or any inevitable multiple-crashes can throw at it. 

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Iron Man MacBook decal is awesome

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Design, PC / Laptop

Iron Man MacBook Pro

MacBook decals aren’t new to us, heck I have mine decked out in the Snow’s Revenge vinyl myself, but this Iron Man decal kind of takes the cake in the awesomeness department. What do you think? Are you a fan of the decals? We like them way more than stickers, because they can be easily removed without leaving any sort of residue.

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Bleeding Edge TV 327: HP Envy 13 Giveaway

Remember those HP Envy 13 notebooks we told you about? Well, we are in the middle of a contest where we are giving one away. Here’s your official reminder, because you don’t have much more time left to enter! Check out the video above for the full scoop, and then head on over to the official HP Envy 13 giveaway page for all the details on how to enter.


Black Friday 2009: MacMall ad

MacBook Pro Black Friday

Here at Gear Live we’re big fans of MacMall. Why? Because they consistently beat Apple in terms of pricing, by way of rebates - and their rebates don’t take forever to process.  MacMall will be having a fairly nice sale on a bunch of Apple gear, as well as a few surprises, like a GPS navigation system, video game consoles, players, and more. Hey, when you can pick up a new 13.3-inch MacBook Pro for $1099, you know something special is happening.

We’ve got the full list of the MacMall Black Friday deals for you, after the jump.

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Snow’s Revenge MacBook Pro vinyl

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Design, PC / Laptop

MacBook Pro Snow White vinyl

When I first saw the Snow’s Revenge MacBook Pro image that you see above, I thought it was a clever and unique etching. When I realized that it was simply just a $15 vinyl applique, I bought on immediately. I mean, seriously, how cool is it to see a seemingly dark-sidish Snow White holding on to a glowing Apple? Just saying.

Oh, and speaking of Ms. White, be sure to peep our Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Blu-ray review over in our movie section, FilmCrunch.

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White MacBook gets unibody treatment, now available

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Design, PC / Laptop

MacBook White Unibody

Apple’s got more goodness for us today, with their new MacBook. You know, their 13-inch white notebook that seems to have been neglected for the better part of a year? There is much more to this than just a move to the unibody enclosure. The MacBook still starts at $999, and now ships with a 13-inch LED-backlit display, glass multitouch trackpad, and a built-in non-removeable 7 hour battery. On the inside it’s got a 2.26GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, NVIDIA 9400M GPU, and a 250GB hard drive. The underside is changed as well, now sporting a non-slip rubberized surface. The new MacBook is available now.

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New iMac, Mac mini, MacBook, Magic Mouse, multitouch trackpad tomorrow?

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Accessories, Apple, PC / Laptop, Rumors

Apple Magic Mouse

Well, between the Barnes & Noble Nook and this piece of news, tomorrow is shaping up to be pretty exciting. Our boy John Gruber is making it known that it’s his belief that is going to be releasing a bunch of new hardware tomorrow. What’s on the a-frienda? Well, for starters, a much needed update to the plastic white MacBook line. You know, the one that get left all to its lonesome when the aluminum MacBooks went Pro? The Mac mini should also see a spec bump, including one version that runs OS X Server. Definitely interesting, I’d love to see how they position that one.

More interesting, though, are the claims of an “impressive” iMac redesign. We’ve been hearing so many rumors on where the iMac is going to go that we’ll have to wait and see what comes out of Cupertino tomorrow. At the very least, they’ll be thinner - but we’re not holding our breath for support.

Even more interesting are the mention of two currently unreleased products. The first being the Magic Mouse, a replacement for the Apple Mighty Mouse that would sport a multitouch surface. We can definitely see that happening, and being included with the new iMac line. The Mighty Mouse needs to be replaced, and a multitouch mouse would play nicely with . There is also mention of a multitouch trackpad add-on for desktop Macs, like the iMac, Mac mini, and Mac Pro. It certainly sounds intriguing, and would give desktop Macs the full functionality set that are found on the notebooks.

Of course, we will have all the details for you tomorrow when things start popping off!

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Apple set to launch $800 tablet netbook this October?

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Handhelds, PC / Laptop, Rumors

Apple Tablet

Seems that today is a big rumor day, as on top of the Amazon-Netflix acquisition, we also hear rumblings of an $800 Apple tablet netbook that will finally be released this October. Don’t get me wrong, we all knew that Apple would have a touchscreen tablet coming soon enough, just look at all the optimizations in and you’ll soon realize that the OS is definitely a lot more finger-friendly than any other on the market. The China Times is saying, however, that this Apple tablet is almost hear, and that it should drop sometime in October. Hey - what better time for to release a long-awaited, hotly-anticipated product than right before the holiday shopping season kicks off?

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