A reply from Satch - "The difference is in the varying degrees of actual enforcement of quality control, especially if the blueprints were designed in other countries and there are foreign experts consultants that oversee the manufacturing process in China. To raise the bar further, and for the benifit of the consumers, we are posting our warranty policy at the website. Not only the speakers, monitor, and CPU, but the keyboard, UPS battery, and, to a lesser extent, the mouse, are all together on any notebook PC. That is just the way it is with Technology-based products and unless you have an endless supply of money staying on the leading - or bleeding - edge of computer technology can quickly drain your bank account.
Imagine driving an older vehicle with power seats, electronic climate control, on-board diagnostic panels that tell if if you need to change oil, power sunroof, Cruise Control(my wife's new Toyota Fortuner does not even have these features). Moreover, have you noticed how many times an older MB gets more attention in a restaurant or hotel than your brand new Jap?
To provide our fellow laptop users an option and the confidence to purchase other than Brand New laptop, we offer Warranty even on Display, Demo, Refurbished and Used Laptops. Warranty will be dependent on the remaining warranty offered by the manufacturer or at Least 3 month on Parts from Manufacturer and 6-Months Service Warranty from CoolTOYZ. Majority are 1 to 2 Months old and aside from being tested by customers have not been used by one single individual. A refurbished computer is one that is sent back to the manufacturer for a variety of reasons, refitted with different parts as necessary, and then tested and approved for resale by the manufacturer.
Most importantly, refurbished doesn't mean that you're buying a computer with a defect or something else wrong with it. To offer these for sale was a very hard temptation to resist because the Prices were too good to be true.
Now that this website is available for everyone to access, there is no more problem with using and buying cheaper japanese second hand laptops. Different people have different requirements and thus the laptop that fit the requirement as close as possible is the best laptop. At CoolTOYZ you have the option to choose from over laptop laptop models to determine the best match. I'd like to get a Japanese keyboard for a custom project (reason Japanese is good is the small space bar giving way to lots of modifier keys).
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On the PC keyboard, you have the Ctrl (Control key), ? Win (Windows logo key), Alt (alternate key).
When used in applications, it often function as a modifier in combination with other modifier keys.
If your Windows's keyboard layout is set to a European language, then right Alt plus a letter key inserts special characters.
Under Mac, the Command key (labeled “?” or “cmd”) is used as a modifier key to invoke shortcuts. On Apple's keyboards, the main enter key is usually labeled “return” or just by a symbol “?”. On the Mac, the Return ? key and the numeric keypad Enter ? key usually serve the same purpose, but sometimes different.
On the Mac, from early 1990s to 2006, the ? Delete key is almost never used, even in text editors.
I think the difference is NOT just labeling; they may actually send different key signals, but the OS or keyboard driver software may interpret them so to user it's the same.
These keys have old history back to the 1980's (or earlier) and in general are not used since 1990, except on Windows the PrtScn key is for screenshot.
With the 25th anniversary of the first Macintosh computer coming up on January 24th, 2009, we’re taking a look back in time at the evolution of Apple products. The list compiled for this article is by no means a complete compilation of all Apple products. This next iteration of the Apple computer for business was created primarily to compete with business computing companies like IBM. While Lisa won the legendary race between itself and the Macintosh by being the first desktop computer to market with an intuitive GUI, it flopped with the public due to sticker shock at its $10,000 price tag and a lack of software titles.

The first 50,000 of these came with Steve Wozniak’s signature silkscreened on the front. The Plus version of the Macintosh originally featured the same beige colour as the original Macintosh, but in 1987 was changed to the warm gray Platinum colour that would characterize Apple computers for years to come. Space for an internal hard disk and advanced SCSI support were some of the selling features of the SE. The Apple MacIntosh LC series were sold as Apple’s upper low end computers for the mid 1990’s. This was one of Apple’s lower moments, featuring severely compromised hardware design.
In doing away with the tower and keeping the computing power, Apple completely revolutionized the desktop computer industry. The above model set the standard for the rest of the iMac G3’s with a slot-loading CD ROM rather than a tray-loading model. This last entry in the Quadra line featured an IDE drive, a slower yet cheaper replacement for the standard SCSI drives that earlier Quadras contained.
The PowerMac G3 was tested and proven to be the fastest desktop computer of its time by Byte Magazine. This machine integrated Intel’s 5400 chipset with Xeon microprocessors for a lightning fast processing speed. The Macintosh Portable represented Apple’s first computer with a portable power supply and an active matrix LCD screen which sported a clearer picture than many desktop monitors of the time. The PowerBook 100 was a result of a collaboration between Sony and Apple – Sony miniaturized the parts for Apple for the 100. This precursor to the MacBook Air was a subnotebook that interfaced with larger storage media either through a docking port or through cables. The Wallstreet model, pictured above, marked the last use of the rainbow-coloured Apple logo.
Many design advances were incorporated into this complete redesign, including the L-Shaped hinge for the screen and a slim-line design.
A slot loading drive and a lack of translucent design characterized this release of the iBook.
2006 saw the introduction of the MacBook with now-standard features like the magnetic latch, the glossy display and the sunken keyboard. The MacBook Air was launched with a famous commercial that involved it being packaged up and shipped in an envelope. The latest version of the MacBook brings the aluminum case previously reserved for the Pro line into the regular MacBook.
The current Apple keyboard features an aluminum enclosure and is the first since the Apple IIe keyboard to remove the Apple logo from the Command key.
While the Macintosh is responsible for making the computer mouse part of our everyday reality, it was actually an adaptation of the mouse designed for the Lisa and was not the first mouse used by Apple. This mouse removed the contrasting colours featured on the Macintosh mouse and also offered support for gaming devices such as joysticks. Only 10,000 of these were ever produced, owing to the fact that you needed a strong light source to even see what was on the screen. This was released to be paired with the Power Macintoshes of the time and featured an active matrix LCD screen.
While other MP3 players were on the market before 2001, none could match the ease of use of the iPod. While the Newton was a massive flop at the time of its release, it laid the groundwork for Apple’s massively popular iPhone and iPod. The first generation of the iPod was debuted in 2001 to rave reviews and a very eager market.
The second generation of the iPod featured a touch-sensitive wheel rather than a mechanical wheel.
The fourth generation saw the Touch Wheel replaced with the Click Wheel from the iPod Mini.
International Warranty of the brand may not apply to the Philippines leading to the shop extending the warranty.
The keyboards on the newer laptops also did not feel responsive compared to his existing unit.

There are exceptions, however: Notebooks just don't have the mind-boggling array of performance upgrades desktops do, and they generally can't recieve much in the way of major upgrades. Display Units are like the last Car in the showroom that maybe have had plenty of people sit on them, look at the engine, but has never been driven. While computers are forever becoming faster and able to hold more data on larger hard drives, the basics of the computer are still the same. But after testing several brands we could not get ourselves to sell a Laptop we ourselves would NOT USE! I will be respraying the keys, so (superficially) the incorrect placement of things like brackets and at-sign shouldn't matter. For example, pressing (and releasing) Alt by itself will activate the graphical menu, then the user can press a alphabetic key to invoke a menu command or use arrow keys to navigate the menu. For example, ?Alt+F4? closes the current window.When held down then type a number on the numeric keypad, it enters a special character. For example, in a browser, pressing right mouse button on a link pops up a context menu for that link.
For example, in Mathematica since at least version 2 (early 1990s), the Return ? key is used to insert a line break, but the numeric keypad Enter is used to execute the code in the current cell (?? Shift+Return ?? does the same). For example, on desktop, select a file, pressing ? Delete will put the file to the “Recycle Bin”.
Whether or not their inventions were accepted by the marketplace, Apple has consistently put out products that raise the bar for the computer and telecommunications industry. Although some models were classified as All-In-One, they had separate monitors packaged in the same box. In the first demonstration of the product at MacWorld, Steve Jobs pulled the very first Macintosh out of the bag and demonstrated product features that most of us take for granted now. The PowerBook G3 was a built-to-order laptop which allowed users to customize what they wanted on the machine. Johnathan Ive, the same award-winning product designer responsible for the Cube, designed this PowerBook.
Before the Mighty Mouse, Apple had sold only one-button mice with its computers, beginning with the Apple Lisa 22 years earlier.
Instead of being simply touch-sensitive as the second generation was, the wheel on this iPod was completely governed by touch.
You also aren't gong to be picking up a new laptop with 512MB of RAM, an 80GB hard drive, and a Sempron 3000+ for $300; they just plain cost more than desktops. If you just want an inexpensive computer to do e-mail, surf the Internet, balance your checkbook, play a few games, and do some word processing, you might want to invest in a refurbished model. Since these were made for the Japanese Market, You can spot them because they have an extra row of keyboard keys to make space for the Japanese Characters. The keyboard keys did not correspond to the characters appearing on the display the Japanese keyboard was simply not compatible the English Language!
However, MS Windows also use the key to “go back”, such as going to a previous visited page in a browser. In any case, when either PC keyboard or Apple keyboard is plugged in on a Mac running Mac OS X 10.4, these keys have the same behavior (could be due to operating system). Notebooks serve all manner of purposes from simple word processing and web browsing to high-end 3D gaming. There is a excellent chance that the problem was nothing more than a cosmetic defect, such as a small ding on the monitor. The key's function is for the same purpose as the mouse's right button, or pressing ?? Shift+F10? in most applications. So fast that by the time you purchase your new laptop, it's probably already obsolete or out of date.

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