I think that a Mac is 100% when it comes from Apple. Components are switched at different points and that doesn't change the way it operates.goodtimes5 said:
Les Kern said:Never chase the technology. Get what you need when you need it.
Your actually going to change to a Windows based PC. Do you already have the needed software? Any concern about the Rev. A Intel Mac?johnny1290 said:My iBook is about to croak, and instead of getting a new one I'm gonna buy a cheap $500 Toshiba instead....It's a pile but it'll do until the intel iBook is released, sometime next year? I hope...I just can't see buying a g4 this late in the game for 900 bucks or whatever
I highly doubt you will see the whole "revision" thing when the Mactels come out. You will get a Mactel PC and it will be slowly improved as time goes on. Think PC world. They don't make "revisions" to a product. They introduce it and when faster chips or feature improvements come they add them. Since Apple is now using the same hardware, they can't just sit there and wait for the improvements to pile up and then introduce "rev b." They will be "fluid" like the PC business is now.hhlee said:Wholeheartedly agree. I'm eagerly awaiting the rev b mactels.
I did like the G4 iMacs. I hope I can afford to have one for kicks in a few yearsiindigo said:Personally I'm buying a top-notch iMac G5 to weather me over until the Intel PowerMacs are released in 2007 because although my current iMac G4 is great it's starting to lack in some areas...