Apple Office

A Technology Services Group for the Inspired

December 1st, 2009

What we do…

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At Smart TSG, whether you’re having a configuration problem with your Mac, you need some guidance on how to perform a task, or your computer is malfunctioning, we will help you solve your issue.


We provide can provide support via Telephone, Remote Support (we control your computer remotely), and on-site support.


We repair, maintain and install a wide variety of Macintosh systems, from small home desktop computers to enterprise and media servers on a daily basis.   You can rest assured that Apple Office has what it takes to service your computer.

November 12th, 2009


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Introducing the new Xserve.

Introducing the fastest, most energy-efficient Xserve ever.

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November 12th, 2009

Axitron Modbook

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th-modbookThe Axiotron Modbook is the award-winning tablet Mac computer that enables users to draw, sketch and write directly on the screen. Axiotron’s innovative design and manufacturing process converts an Apple MacBook computer into a complete tablet solution.

July 1st, 2009

Tablet on the Table

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  1. apple_tabletApple has created at least three separate prototypes of its tablet computer. Let’s call it “iPad.”
  2. Version 1 was designed with a 7” screen, which was judged to be too small. The latest version has a 10.7” screen.
  3. It runs iPhone OS.
  4. There have been reports that it looks like an iPhone. They’re sort of true. It looks like an iPhone 3G, complete with a curved back.
  5. It will come in two different variations: one with 3G networking capabilities, and one without 3G networking capabilities. Think of the 3G version as a bigscreen iPhone 3GS, and the non-3G version as a bigscreen iPod touch.
  6. Screen resolutions will obviously jump considerably from the iPhone and iPod touch 480×320-pixel displays, enabling easy reading of full-sized book and magazine pages, plus cropped newspaper pages. Expect something like 5-6 times the resolution of an iPod touch or iPhone screen (720p or thereabouts) and 7 times the touchable surface area.
  7. It is designed to expand the iPhone and iPod touch media concept to its next potential level: as a slate-like replacement for books and magazines, plus all of the media, gaming, app, and web functionality of the iPhone and iPod touch.
  8. It is not meant to compete with netbooks. It’s an iPhone OS media player and light communication device.
  9. Apple is currently planning to announce it on or before January 19, 2010, and to use an iPhone-like hype buildup period to start selling it in May or June.
  10. It is apparently awaiting a final green light from Steve Jobs; chances of it appearing in the market are believed to be 80% at this point.