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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

How to fry an egg on your MacBook


Thanks to The Register for these breaking news.

A blogger eventually understood why Apple laptops were so "thermically undisciplined": Apple wants you to be able to fry an egg on your laptop.

Cool, isn´t it?

7 Comments:

  • Hey,

    I don't know for you guys, but my HP also gets steaming hot. I'm sure I could do the same thing as this man did with his Apple.

    Isn't this problem of thermo-regulation common to most laptops?

    By Blogger Jedi, at 7/19/2006 02:28:00 PM  

  • Hi Jedi,

    I thought the same way..quite obviously since we have the same HP. Thermo-regulation improved a lot on laptops. Today´s processors and chips are a lot better environment-friendly and conditioned than they used to be.

    Don´t forget to send me a picture once you´ve tried cooking on your laptop! (I was actually thinking of grilling a freshly fished seabass by putting salt everywhere on the back of my HP)));

    By Blogger Jeremy Fain, at 7/19/2006 03:33:00 PM  

  • Oh, so that's why I smell the lovely scent of fried bacon when I have my laptop on my, well, lap for longer periods...

    By Blogger Kari, at 7/20/2006 11:02:00 AM  

  • Maybe Bruno left some bacon on your laptop back in Struisenbugdwarsträsse´s Erasmus Lodge)); and you haven´t cleaned your MacBook since then!

    By Blogger Jeremy Fain, at 7/20/2006 02:54:00 PM  

  • Whaoo. I see that you guys had fun in Erasmus.
    As for me, it's smells more sausage than bacon. Should I be concerned for my future ability to procreate? :)

    By Blogger Jedi, at 7/20/2006 04:35:00 PM  

  • It´s funny how the least interesting posts on all blogs gather the higher number of comments...There should be more research on the topic.

    By Blogger Jeremy Fain, at 7/20/2006 06:51:00 PM  

  • Because sometimes joking helps you live.

    By Blogger Jedi, at 7/21/2006 01:21:00 PM  

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