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- June 26, 2010 by SamAnderson
- I'm a Mac
Macs are extremely easy to use. People do not need to talk on the “Windows Help Line” for hours on end trying to connect to the Internet, or take any formal lessons to lean how to simply turn on the computer. With a Mac, those headaches do not exist. Everything is neat, orderly, and labeled correctly. Not to mention you only need one cord to run a Mac, so no jumbled-up cords behind your computer desk to bother you. Macs can be used by all ages, no matter how experienced you are.
Macs are energy efficient, free of many harmful toxins, and highly recyclable. Unlike a lot of PCs, Macs use energy-efficient hardware components that work with the operating system to conserve lots of power. All of Apple’s products are recyclable and energy efficient. Every Apple computer sold in the United States has earned the highest rating of EPEAT Gold.
Macs are stylish. They are physically strong and sturdy. Apple started making their Macs with a unibody design in October 2008, which means the body of the computer is made from one piece of aluminum, then a accurate laser cutter will cut out the shape of the body perfectly, every time. Not a bunch of small pieces screwed or glued together. Apple’s unibody design is patented, so you won’t find this amazing physical feature on any other computer.