Oh Well. Just went for it.

BWhaler

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It was Job's keynote that did me in. I resisted for a good 48 hours...

But watching all the cool new things I can do just made me cave.

Sure, I use a Mac work. And we have a MB at home.

But there is no home desktop to be our media hub. (The Apple TV is pretty lonely.) And no computer I would use for iLife and making movies.

So I just went for it. (Hope my wife doesn't kill me.)

Specs:

24" iMac
2.8 Extreme Core Duo
1 gig memory (will upgrade to 4 gigs. Apple's memory prices are just insulting)
1 tb drive

Curse you Apple and Jobs for making irresistible products...
 

BWhaler

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Do you have 4 GB RAM in your MBP as well?

If so, i will be terribly envious of your setup when your iMac comes...
I do have 4 gb in the MBP.

I spend waaaayyyy too much money on Apple products. Better get back to work so I don't go broke...
 

pianoman

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i have a little more restraint. i only bought iLife and iWork - no new hardware for me this time around.

enjoy it when it comes - it'll definitely blow your other machines outta the water!
 

mustang_dvs

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Feb 9, 2003
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I just picked up a mid-tier iMac at the local Apple Store, using my faculty discount for my primary work -- it's the first Mac in the department. :D

Unfortunately, I'll have to suffer with a Dell desktop for 3-4 more days while the IT staff re-images the machine -- a longer process because of the need to retain the new version of iLife.

(My other job -- mainly aimed at paying for an engagement ring -- is entirely run on Macs.)

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