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The Lahti L-39 is a Finnish 20 mm anti-tank rifle used during the Second World War. It had excellent accuracy, penetration and range, but its size made transportation difficult. It was nicknamed “Norsupyssy” (“Elephant Gun”), and as tanks developed armour too thick to be penetrated by even this large, powerful rifle, its uses switched to long range sniping, tank harassment and with the L-39/44 fully automatic variant, an improvised anti-aircraft weapon. The rifle is a semi-automatic, gas operated weapon with the piston located beneath the barrel and ammunition feed from detachable top-mounted magazine with bottom ejection for the spent cartridges. To reduce recoil, the rifle is equipped with a five hole muzzle brake and a padded leather recoil pad.
Now, jump over the break to check out what happens when you shoot the Lahti L-39 at an iMac from point-blank range. In slow-mo….
First introduced with OS X Mountain Lion, Power Nap is a feature that, when your Mac goes to sleep, it still allows it to get things done. It periodically updates Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, Notes, Photo Stream, Find My Mac, and Documents in the Cloud. When your Mac is connected to a power source, it downloads software updates and makes backups with Time Machine. While all that updating is going on, the system sounds are silent and no lights or fans come on, so nothing disturbs you. And when your Mac wakes up, it’s good to go.
What’s more exciting than walking out of the Apple store with a brand new… anything? Watching random people freak out when you drop and brake your brand new iMacs in front of them. Joulethief, the fake Apple employee that ‘dropped’ boxes full of iPhone 5s in front of camping customers, is back for another round of of dropping brand new iMacs on the ground, down stairs, and off mall balconies. What would you do if someone dropped their Mac in front of you?
Jump over the break to check out the videos…
Apple has launched a graphics card replacement program for select mid-2011 iMacs according to a notice issued to Apple Support employees. The iMac in question is the model released in May 2011 with Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt ports.
An iMacquarium is an Apple computer which has been transformed into an aquarium. Each aquarium has been built out of a discarded Apple G3 iMac and is ready to use right out of the box. Simply decorate it how you wish and add water and fish! It’s an original and eye catching home or office conversation piece.
Just a quick heads-up: Apple has released a new ( new ) iMac which comes with a built-in VESA Mount adapter. The iMac with Built-in VESA Mount Adapter is ready to pair with your favorite VESA-compatible wall mount, desk mount, or articulating arm(sold separately). This iMac doesn’t include a stand, so a mount is required. If you don’t already have a mount, you can purchase one when you configure your iMac.
For more info check out Apple’s webstore…
Conceived with a completely new design and technology from inside and out, the stylus implements the special ability to perform tasks on laptop and iMac screens as well as iPads using special digital receivers mounted to the corners of the glass displays.
The OCDock is the first dock to actually remove items from your desk and freeing up valuable workspace, by seamlessly integrating with your iMac or Thunderbolt Display. The specially developed paper-thin cable runs underneath the display stand, making it look wireless.