Well for 300 bucks more....let's see.Chaszmyr said:Eep, I'd take a low-end iMac over an eMac without question. Buy the time you upgrade the eMacs RAM and such, it's not THAT much less money, but it's a whole lot less computer
Probably not for what people tend to do on an eMac though - I don't know any eMac users who do anything more than use Mail, Safari and possibly Office. The extra RAM would probably make things a bit snappier in iPhoto, iTunes, etc., but I doubt anyone is going to be installing FCP on their eMac.SilvorX said:wow, updates galore, but 256mb low end ram seems a bit too low for this day and age
Yvan256 said:eMac: 999$CAD
I wouldn't call that a no-brainer...
yeah, Winblows and a separate monitor and usually integrated graphics, anyone who knows how to put together a system like that probably wont be only spending $1000 on it.legalnut said:the low end should be $499 and the high end $699 ... have they looked at what that kind of money will get you in the PC biz these days ?
Didn't you already post this exact post in another thread? You wouldn't be violating MacRumors' policy on duplicate posts in multiple threads, would you?ChrisH3677 said:When did the iBook page get updated to include Tiger? Does this mean no iBook updates for a while?
oops! Yeah - I shoulda checked for this thread first but was already there. This was prob the appropriate thread.~Shard~ said:Didn't you already post this exact post in another thread? You wouldn't be violating MacRumors' policy on duplicate posts in multiple threads, would you?
Anyway, I'm sure the iBook updates can't be too far away either. The PowerBook updates are going to be tricky, because the next update essentially has to be a major one, whether it's G5 or dual-core G4 - this really affects when Apple can release it - however with the iBooks, since nothing revolutionary will be done with them, updates should be easy to do and will be announced in the very near future I'm guessing.