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|Dec 3, 2012, 02:33 AM||#1|
I know this question can raise a lot of emotions, but my intentions are pure: I just need an answer. This is my first question here, and my English is not so good - so please be gentle
My son needs a new computer for playing computer games.
Me and my son, we're PC guys but really everyone else uses apples: From my mother's iPad, Mac and the apple desktop, to my wife's iPad, my daughter's Mackbook Air and my older son developing software on the mac.
So, given apple being so popular, is it still true that apples are bad for gaming?
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