Little Trackpad Info Hand(s) on.

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  1. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    • I just got home from the Apple store, and the New Trackpad on the MacBook/Pro is amazing. The Expose thing was actually pretty handy and I was surprised to find two different click buttons on the bottom of the trackpad. The Big Click in the middle requires quite a bit of force to actually push down compared to the bottom two buttons. You can choose in the Options on which side is the Left/Right click so you can easily get to context menus. Its no different from how you would use a regular laptop that has trackpad and two click buttons. It was quite easy to get used to. And I barely even use trackpads since I use my mouse. Also, it was really dang smooth and had no smudges at all, considering all the tourists that were around touching it over and over. Even the screen was smudge Free. Another strange thing was, the MacBook wasn't hot at all, it was barely warm. Quite cool to the touch if you ask me.
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    ZombieKiller Banned

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    Damnit...

    All of these threads make me wish i had a job to pay for one.
  3. drkassassin

    drkassassin New Member

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    very true
    it doesnt even feel like glass
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    thats sick that it wasn't hot, especially because probably its plugged in for so long. I must say i am surpirsed to hear this though, i was expecting somthing like hold command and click didnt not expct this and now i just need to find $1600.
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    Apparently, dead in the centre is the hardest place to push.

    Thanks for the info

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    I really need to sell my MacBook now -_-
  7. Steaps

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    Well i could have told you that...
    Also, if you try to press the top corners, it doesn't press, no button there.
    As well as how Apple was speeking about how they spent "months" on finding the perfect texture for the trackpad, they found it.

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    Right-click, on a Mac!

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  8. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    If it were the perfect texture.. It'd be... Human Skin.. O.O

    So you can puts lotion on it... It puts the lotion on it's skin. Or it gets the hose again... O.O
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    Added a screen shot for you Teslanaut. ^

    Sure it's the hardest, but it's really not that hard. Same as pressing a button...
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    Looks awesome.. :|

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