Well, you have Firewire, so you may not need USB3 if you want something speedy attached like a disk drive. And as dirtyharry50 pointed out on another thread, it's possible that you don't really need speed from your USB peripherals if they're doing something low bandwidth like printing or something higher like disk access, but in the background.Hoping our US brethren don't recognise that word....
Hmmm, it's a great deal but USB3 would be nice.
If you buy a refurbished model from the "Refurbished Mac" section of the store, you will have substantially less of a reason to have buyers remorse as those prices don't drop that quickly nor do those models disappear when the new ones come out. Plus you're paying less for the same stock models that you'd otherwise pay more for to have new. Just a thought.I can get the base model 21.5 for £389, should I get it? Should I care it's last years model?
I think the general consensus is that at that price, they're a good grab...2011 models are still extremely viable computing options.So no-one seems bothered that these are 2011 models?