Transcript: -6 hour battery life -The reason I like the Razer Blade is because it has lots of ram for gamming and a good battery life for using the internet. -The reason why an engineer would need a pc like this is because it is extremely powerful to run all of their programs. -Battery life, 7-8 hours -Has 64-128-256-512 GBs of SSD. -750 Gbs of SSD Business Student -4th generation Intel i7 processor that is very powerful and helps with graphics and battery Computer powerpoint Conclusion -200 GBs of Skydrive space for one year. -7-8 hours of battery life Price: $1799 -13.3'' Display -Very powerful, 4-8 GBs of ram. -8 GBs of ram Microsoft Surface Pro 2 -128 Gbs of SSD -4 GBs of ram Art Student Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Alienware 17 Price: $899-$1799 -The reason an art student would need this ultrabook is because it is extremely portable and has a good amount of ram to run art programs such as Photoshop along with good battery and decent storage for an art student. Razer Blade Engineer student Samsung series 9 Price: $1800 - Type and Touch cover are magnetic keyboards that attach at the bottom for fast typing. -Has peripherals, one USB 3.0, one microsdhx up to 64 GBs of extra space. -Intel i7 Haswell processor -Comes with 8 GBs of ram, upgradable to 16 My own computer -The reason why for the surface pro 2 is because a business student can get the Microsoft Office suite preloaded on it. -Up to 32 GBs of ram. Price: $1299
Transcript: APPLE COMPUTER 1976 • Apple I Based on the MOStek 6502 chip, the Apple I included only the circuit board. A tape-interface was sold separately, but you had to build the case. Initial cost: $666.66. 1983 • Lisa The 1st personal computer to use a GUI. It contained a Motorola 68000 Processor running at 5 MHZ, 1 MB of RAM, two 5.25" 871k floppy drives, an external 5 MB hard drive, and a built-in 12" 720 x 360 monochrome monitor. Initial cost: $9,996. 1993 Color Classic Identical to the Classic II, except for a color screen, a larger ROM, and a restyled case. Also released as the Performa 250. Initial cost $1,390. 1989 • Portable Apples first attempt at a more easily portable Macintosh. It had a bay for a 3.5" half-height drive, and could support up to two Super Drives. Its active matrix screen made it incredibly expensive. Initial cost: $6,500. 1983 • Apple //e One of the most successful Apple computers ever. It used the 65C02 processor, running at 1.02 Mhz, and came with 64K of RAM, 32K ROM, BASIC, and several other hard-coded options. Initial cost: $1,395. 2002 • Flat-panel iMac Using a 15- or 17-inch LCD screen, G4 processor, and the CD-RW/DVD-R Super Drive, the iMacs Flat Panel screen easily rotates and changes angles. The 10.6" semi-spherical base houses the rest of the computer. Initial cost $1299 for a 700Mhz G4 Processor, 128 MB of RAM, a 40 GB ATA-66 hard drive with CD-RW; $1499 for the 700 Mhz model, with 256 MB of RAM, a 40 GB hard drive, and a CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive; and $1799 for the 800 Mhz model, with 256 MB of RAM, a 60 GB hard drive, and the CD-RW/DVD-R SuperDrive. Gateway is already copying this model. 2001 • Titanium G4 PowerBook Based on a new low power G4 chip, the PPC 7410, the PowerBook G4 sported a stylish new Titanium enclosure, which was only 1" thick. The PB G4 had a fixed, 6x slot-load DVD-ROM drive instead of a removable drive bay, a single battery bay, a wide-aspect 15.2" screen with a native resolution of 1152x768. Initial cost $2,599 for the 400 Mhz model w/128 MB of RAM and a 10GB hard drive, and $3,499 for the 500 Mhz model w/256 MB of RAM and a 20GB hard drive. 2004 • iMac G5 The iMac G5 brought G5 muscle to Apple's consumer desktop line. Housed in a completely new enclosure reminiscent of Apple's Cinema Display line, the iMac G5 was a marvel of miniaturization. The case was only two inches thick, yet housed a machine considerably faster and more advanced than its G4-based predecessor. In addition to a 64-bit G5 processor, the iMac G5 also included a much faster memory bus, better graphics for the low-end model, twice the hard drive space for the high-end model, and a new audio port which doubled as an optical digital audio output. The iMac G5 was initially available in three configurations: 17" LCD/1.6 Mhz/80 GB hard drive/256 MB of RAM/Combo drive/$1299, 17" LCD/1.8 Mhz/80 GB hard drive/256 MB of RAM/SuperDrive/$1499, and 20" LCD/1.8 Mhz/160 GB hard drive/256 MB of RAM/SuperDrive/$1899.
Transcript: 2007-present Logos The Return of Jobs As of 2012, Apple is the largest publicly traded corporation in the world by market capitalization, with an estimated value of US$626 billion as of September 2012.Apple Inc's market cap is larger than that of Google and Microsoft combined.Apple's worldwide annual revenue in 2010 totaled US$65 billion, growing to US$127.8 billion in 2011 and $156 billion in 2012 With the introduction of the successful iPod player in 2001 and iTunes in 2003 Apple established itself as a leader in the consumer electronic industry leading it to drop "Computer" from the company's name in 2007. The Rainbow logo was used from 1976-1998 3 Decades Later Apple Inc. The original Apple Computer logo depicted Isaac Newton sitting under a tree with an apple dangling above his head. MW CS12 Boland, Stacey The Founders 2000-2007 April 1, 1979 Apple Computer was created April 1, 1976. It was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. With the company operating at a loss in 1996 Jobs rejoined Apple and later became CEO and subsequently instilled a new corporate philosophy of recognizable products and simple design. Steve Ousted The three men incorporated Apple Computer on April 1, 1976. While the two Steves went on to greatness as Apple's revolutionary approach to personal computing bore fruit, Wayne sold his share of the newly created Apple for just $800 just three months after its inception Apple I was the first with a single circuit board used in a computer. Steve jobs had been ousted from the company in 1985 "Back then he was uncontrollable," an early Apple board member said of Steve Jobs in explaining why, in 1985, the board voted to fire him. "He got ideas in his head, and the hell with what anybody else wanted to do." For more than two decade Apple Computer was predominantly a manufacturer of personal computer including Apple II , Macintosh and Power Mac but it faced rocky sales during the 1990s. 1998-2000
Transcript: My favorite college football team! Oregon Ducks Javes Lewis Number 2 in the Nation! Number 1 in the league! the Ducks made it to the championship! Auburn won by 3 points.:( The championship game was not their best game. :( I still think UO is the best college football team though!
Transcript: RECOMMEND Scenario Total=$1,139.96 Total=$1,379.98 Thank You Choice 2 Asus CM6870-US0145 Processior: Intel Core i7-3370 Memory: 32GB Hard Drive: 1TB SATA Price:$999.99 Dell XPS 8700-3751BLK Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 Memory:16GB Hard Drive: 2TB SATA Price: $1,189.99 MONITOR Dell S2340M 23'' LED Monitor Price: $189.99 Computer Powerpoint by: Harpreet and Manjinder Choice 1 We recommend to buy ASUS because it less expensive than Dell .ASUS has 32GB memory and Dell has only 16GB memory. A small business owner wants to upgrade his computer. MONITOR ASUS VS207D-P 19'' LED Monitor Price: $139.99
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Transcript: Apple Inc. (previously Apple Computer, Inc.) is an American multinational corporation. The company's best-known products include the Macintosh line of computers, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. Established : on April 1,1976. Founders : Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak Industry : Computer Hardware Computer Software Consumer electronics Sources Content Introduction Company Profile Founders Major Hard-&Software Products The iMac The Macbook The iPhone & iPod & iPad Sources The iMac Apple TV iPad iPhone iPod (Classic, Nano, Shuffle, Touch) Mac (iMac, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mini, Pro) Mac OS X iOS iTunes 2 GB memory 120 GB hard drive 1799$ Major Hard- &Software Products Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs was an American entrepreneur, marketer, and inventor, who was the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. Stephen Gary "Steve" Wozniak, known as "Woz“. He is an American inventor, computer engineer and Programmer who co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Jobs Thanks for your attention ! Founders Introduction Then: Released in 1998 2 USB ports 4 GB hard drive 256 MB RAM All in 0ne computer Now: Released in 2007 RAM: 4 GB 320 GB hard drive iPhone & iPod & iPad iPod: On October 23, 2001 Apple released the iPod CPU: Samsung ARM and Apple A4 5 GB hard drive that put "1,000 songs in pocket” From 2nd Generation iPod software works with Microsoft windows iPhone: The iPhone is the line of Smartphone's designed & marketed by Apple inc. Runs on Apple iOS operating system The 1st gen of iPhone was released on June 29, 2007 Multi-touch screen iPad:tablet PC Released on April 3, 2010 Processor: A4 256 MB RAM Bluetooth n Wi-Fi History of Apple Inc. The Macbook apple.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc.
Transcript: Imac the imac g5 was a brilliont idea becuse. 1987 the Macintosh 2 1980 apple 3 the apple 2 timeline :) the imac g5 apple computer IMac is a range of all-in-one Macintosh desktop computers designed and built by Apple Inc. It has been the primary part of Apple's consumer desktop offerings since its debut in August 1998, and has evolved through six distinct forms The Imac g5 is a computer just like the apple event.In August 2004, the IMac design was overhauled. By this time, the Power PC 970 processor had been released and was being used in the Power Mac G5 line. Famously, The Power Mac G5 needed multiple fans in a large casing because of the high heat output from the Power PC 970. 2004 Imac g5 1976 apple 1 from Eric Lloyd Andersen picher page The apple computer 2 is a really old compaired to now.I love the apple computer 2 it look's so cool.In 1980 the apple 3 look's a lot like the apple 2.Steve Wozniak designed the apple 2 computer in 1977.The self-contained unit housed electronics, keyboard and power supply, with the BASIC language in permanent memory. Steve Jobs was the Invonter of the apple computer.in my Inpinen Steve jobs is the best inventor ever. Steve Jobs
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