I've never seen that before, gonna check it out. I wonder what it is like on the back for all the cables, filtered there too? And what about a place to exhaust hot air - filtered too?
*Troy toodles off to inspect...
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Thanks for the info.
Last week I had to take my 6-month old MacBook Pro in for repair. ($1400! worth)
They found water damage.
Since there were no spills, I'm guessing this was from condensation.
I work with my computer outside in both cold winters and hot summers.
I'm guessing that when I bring the computer inside from the cold, condensation forms in the housing.
Is there any way to prevent this, or at least slow up the formation of condensation?
I've been working with the computer next to a space heater.
I've also invested in a typing cover that covers up any holes around keys on the keyboard.
Other than that, do you have any suggestions?
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