Jan 30

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This 13″ refurbished Macbook for sale on the US store for $999 is a good one. For those readers from Australia, it’s $1139 here from the Australian store.  (If it’s out of stock – it’s worth checking back in a few days, they are released a few at a time.) Read on for why it’s so good.

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Feb 23

When you are researching buying a mac there are a few things to consider, one of them is speed. There is a great site by primate labs which collates speed tests according to model and ranks them. This was useful for me when I was thinking of upgrading my Mac pro to a new Mac mini, only to find that my four-year-old  Mac pro was faster! Check out how fast the new mac-pro’s are  - insane – I wish I could justify buying one! Continue reading »

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May 23

This great site:  http://www.itunesonsale.com.au http://www.giftcardsonsale.com.au/ (it’s been renamed due to a legal battle with Apple) is regularly updated and lists iTunes card specials from around Australia. For example it currently lists that you can currently get 25% off iTunes cards at Big W and the Good Guys. That means 25% off Apps purchased from the new Apple App store. 25% off Pages, 25% off Keynote, 25% off Aperture etc.

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Aug 02

There’s no doubt about it – Macs are great computers, but they re not cheap, and it’s hard to find them on special! What you may not know is that you can buy iMacs, Macbooks, Macbook Pros, Mac Minis –  almost the entire Apple range,  refurbished from Apple, often at reduced prices. I always buy my Macintoshs  from the Apple refurbished store rather than new  from a retail store.  In my opinion the computers at  the refurbished  outlet  are BETTER   than a new one – as well as being cheaper!  Here’s why, and here’s some tips on how to go about  getting one.

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