Mac sensitivity and climatic condition for that kind of gadget

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Is a Mac sensitive on the humid and climatic condition of a certain place? How long that gadgets will be last when you’re in the hot area? What particular devices to insure that the Mac will be safer? What makes the Mac differ from PC when it comes on the application? 

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Mac sensitivity and climatic condition for that kind of gadget

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Yes the Mac is sensitive to the humidity you have to take away it from any liquid and wet things, such as rain, Snow and fog.
If you tidy up your Mac Book during a long period, put him it in a fresh place (the ideal temperature is of 22°c) and make one of the following operations to protect the life cycle of his battery.
The criteria of comparison between the Mac book and the PC are:
Size of the hard disk, the type of DVD reader, memory …etc
These concrete and perfectly standardized characteristics are obviously the easiest to be compared.

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Mac sensitivity and climatic condition for that kind of gadget

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When you say “hot area” how hot exactly it is? I don’t think being in a hot area will be an issue on Mac unless you try to put it in boiling water I guess, but as long as people can live in that place Mac can survive. But if you’re to concern about Mac being not able to take the heat in your place you can always buy a cooling pad with built in fans to be sure that your Mac will stay cool whenever you use it.

  • PC and Mac
  • Mac stands for Macintosh PC = Personal Computer.
  • Mac is basically a PC made by Apple but classified differently from PC because it is based on PowerPC architecture.
  • PCs can install third party software. Mac always runs Mac OS X
  • PC’s cannot run Mac OS X
  • Mac’s are more expensive than most PC’s
  • Macbook’s are thinner and lighter than its counterpart.

If you have the money buy a Mac. Thanks!

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