I don’t like responsive layouts personally. We added it to our newest theme because users were asking for it. In my opinion a website looks still great when it’s not responsive and if you really need/want a mobile friendly site – you should get a “real” mobile site instead a trimmed down version…
good luck – you are definitely one of the “faces” of envato – so you’ll be missed!
congrats – no improvements needed
TylerQuinn saidI’d say different displays has to do with thinness and lightness but I’m not sure.
Well, i’m also thinking about getting the latest MBP 13 ” because the retina MB looks too over-priced to me.TylerQuinn said
from what I have read you cannot even connect the 13” Pro to an external monitor.
Are you sure?
These two look like connected 13” MBPs ..http://media.netmagazine.futurecdn.net/files/images/2012/5/coyierdesk.jpg http://media.netmagazine.futurecdn.net/files/images/2012/5/samanthasdesk2.jpg
I cant find the thread I was reading on the Apple Support Forums but it had gone unaswered. I think they were talking about the ability to upgrade the actual LCD panel. The upgraded 15” allows for: “Configurable to 1680-by-1050 high-resolution glossy or antiglare display.”Being a new model refresh a year later, I dont see how the 13” Pro and 13” Air could have such different displays. I did notice (and have read on the Apple forums) that the Pro LCD ’s do have a much better color gamut.
Didn’t they abstain from updating the displays in order to force the display fetishists to buy a much more expensive retina Macbook?
- 82 Million People live in Germany but our country is so small, it would fit almost 27 times in the USA
- beer is officially declared as “food” in bavaria
- The balcony of the hotel Michael Jackson dangled his son over is in Berlin
- The Cologne Cathedral took 632 years to build.
- The Octoberfest actually starts in september
- Chancellor Angela Merkel has a Barbie doll made after her
Chiiiiiillllll – just change your passwords people Envato made a big mistake. They know it and they have an open policy about it – that’s good.
Contact the author, its the only way to get it fixed, as we do not know the code
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mpc saidI was thinking the exact same thing. Why would you want to upgrade a notebook? If you want an upgradable machine, you buy a PC/MacPro. If you have the option to make your own configuration when you buy the thing, why would you want to change it later on the road? Anyway..to answer the original question of the thread..way too expensive for a notebook, so no
I really don’t get you guys. I have owned few notebooks/laptops and I have never changed anything inside of course I disassembled them apart to clean etc. but not to swap parts. If you want this level of mobility and perfect design you have to deal with it, if not buy yourself an Acer and you will be very happy and you will save $1500!
The simplest reason is to upgrade you ram cheap. I’ve updated the ram of my (black) MacBook 4years ago for 100 bucks instead of 400.
Also, my hdd was dying about a year ago and I could replace it all by myself
I think at least the hdd/ ssd should be replaceable. nonetheless I would buy this machine if I had enough money to spare. Instead, I will keep working on my old machine