Apple MacBook Pro Updates

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Cheapest Macbook now costs Rs. 72910 and used to be 50k:confused:
 

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Apparently this USB modem is compatible with Mac OS X. Does anyone have any experience with this product or have any advice?

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This is the modem we are considering.
Mac_driver-Huawei168c Bb+
 

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I use it with my mbp without any problems. The software is on the modem itself & you will find details for activation of the modem in the pdf.I am from mumbai & im getting download speeds of 80- 90 KBps ie around 1 mbps. The fastest i have downloaded is at 180 KBps. I am happy with it.
 

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I'am worried about my bill as somebody told me that reliance net+ gives u a huge amount to pay
 


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for me the new macbook pro is great because pc makers would finally stop delivery shitty res displays on their laptops. my 5 year old Dell had a better resolution that most models in the market today though i paid extra for the 'high definition' display :D
 

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this video showcases a couple of people who are talking in such a manner that makes me want to punch them in their noses.

here is a question to folks who understand how pixels and resolutions work.

this is the only shot i could locate of the new macbook pro with retina display running a website. it looks like this:

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my question is this... how would a regular website centrally aligned fixed width (lets say 1000 pixels) look on this display? i ask because the resolution on this mac is 2880-by-1800. which means that a 1000 pixel wide website would fit in around 30% of the screen space. right? or am i getting it totally wrong?

this is how the same website appears on my 30" display with resolution 2560x1600...

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