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35mm Slide & Negative Digital Converter

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negative converter

a pretty handful tool for film photographers, cutting down cost on prints, instead you can simply scan it to your PC and view it any time you want, not mention digital photos are much easier to store. follwing the website's review

Are you the one cracking the technological whip in your family? We know the story... you got Grandma a digital photo frame for her birthday and want to load it with pictures... only to find out that she didn't realize cameras now feature "that newfangled digital thing" and all the photos she likes are in slide format... or worse, 35mm negatives. Well now you can bring your relatives kicking and screaming into the digital age with this handy 35mm Slide & Negative Digital Converter. Take 35mm Slides or Negatives and scan them at up to 1,829 DPI for easy conversion to Jpeg or whatever digital image format strikes your fancy. This handy scanner connects with USB and comes with easy to use Windows software for editing, cropping and resizing photos. So please make Grandma do some work converting her old photos from 20 years of church bingo. Link

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MacBook Air, what you see isn't exactly what you get.

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Meet the MacBook Air, the newest entry to Apple’s laptop line.

Its not exactly the ultimate laptop everybody's expecting, Apple call it the thinnest (available in market today) but not the thinnest of all time. An absolutely revolutionary to make a the new MacBook Air fits into the a paper file with an extraordinary design and engineering.

well, it might be the choice for travelerrs who want minumum weight, least connectivity and resonable performance. so what doesn this newally invested laptop has most others don't

- it comes with a light sensor that respose to the room light and adjust the screen brightness accordingly.
- a smarter touch-pad, reasonably large enough for new gestures. ordinary touch pads let use two fingers t scroll up and down, but the MacBook Air allows the use of three fingers for go forward and backward in a web browser for instance. the new touch pad is in fact developed from the iPhone with the iPhone's Multi Touch Chip.

so what's missing in the MacBook Air

- Connection, Apple went far by removing most connection port, and limtting it to only a standard speaker/headphone minijack, a USB 2.0 port, and a micro-DVI port. and thats all. It would be a trouble for multi USB ports users, so you'll have to use a bluetooth mouse and Wi-Fi internet.
- No Optical Drive, so how to watch movies or Install software? Apple assumes that you have another PC at home and able to use the network for that.
- A user replaceable battery, which for some users carrying an extra battery is essential for traveling incase one ran out.

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What about the Price?

Although you can configure some additional options, the base 1.6GHz model costs $1,799, $300 more than the top-of-the-line 2.2 GHz black MacBook, and $200 less than the low-end 2.2GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro. Or you can go wild and configure yourself an ultimate MacBook Air for $3,098—almost $300 more than the 2.8GHz 8-core Mac Pro. (Most of that extra cost comes from one particular hard drive option—more on that shortly).

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