Geeky Gift Guide and Your Questions Answered – Mac Geek Gab 737

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The best part about geeky gifts is that sometimes the best person to get them for is yourself. Listen to John and Dave – your two favorite geeks – discuss some of their favorites at this point in the holiday buying season, and decide whether you buy one of these now for someone else… or wait until the gifting season wraps up to get one for you!

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2 thoughts on “Geeky Gift Guide and Your Questions Answered – Mac Geek Gab 737

  • I’ve had a Brydge keyboard since original iPad Pro. I often times find myself trying to use the trackpad since I forget that I am on an iPad. It has DEFINITELY transformed the way I use iPads. I’m still quite a ways away from using it as a laptop replacement, but I make ppt’s, documents, read, surf, explore, and sooo much more on my iPad because of that keyboard. My wife has a MacBook and I would definitely choose iPad/Brydge combo over her MacBook anyday.

    1. Haha, yes! I’ve found myself pushing for the trackpad on my Brydge keyboard, too.

      Similarly – and very interestingly – I’ve also found myself touching the screen on my Air to try and scroll the window. Apple really has the whole “no touchscreen laptop” thing very wrong, in my experience.

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