Another Switcher...

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by arn, Mar 19, 2002.

  1. arn macrumors god

    arn

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  2. evildead macrumors 65816

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    great story

    Thanks Arn... that's the kind of stories that warm my Apple shaped heart :)
     
  3. blakespot Administrator

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    It's an era for Apple like none before. A turning point.

    An exciting time for us all.



    blakespot
     
  4. Taft macrumors 65816

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    One more Machead.

    This kind of story is becoming a more frequent occurrance. Its good to see Apple starting to turn things around. Five to ten years ago we would have had as many stories about people leaving the platform. Oh how times have changed.


    Matthew
     
  5. eyelikeart Moderator emeritus

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    wonderful!

    just remember every single person who converts can make a difference!

    he he he...:p
     
  6. blackpeter macrumors 6502a

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    This is becomming more the profile for the Mac "convert."

    The user who was once an avid gamer or MGhz junkie now looking for something that still gets the job done, but something simplier - something with a better design. Looking for... dare I say?: a better experience.

    Anyone who's got a relative over the age of 70 knows that one of the first things they'll ask about to assess the quality of your car is horse power. The more you have, the better the car...

    As home computing moves into more evolved stages, a more evolved understanding of what makes a good PC will replace the old paradigm. The muscle car PC's will be left to the greasy few, who will continue to rev their engines just to hear them howl. While the rest of us (the productive masses) will move more and more towards models that meet our needs.
     

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