What Would You Do?

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by andalusia, May 22, 2009.

  1. andalusia macrumors 68030


    Apr 10, 2009
    Manchester, UK
    Imagine this. You walk into an Apple store, and an alarm goes off, and suddenly your surrounded by geniuses all shouting 'You're our 10,000,000th customer!'. Party poppers are going off, banners are floating down from the ceiling, confetti is showering everywhere. Then the manager walks up to you and shakes your hand, informing you that you have £5,000 free to spend on whatever you like in the Apple store that same day. You are unable to leave and purchase more stuff another day, you have to spend as much of the £5,000 you can before you leave. When you leave, whatever remains becomes void.

    What do you buy?
    Your total amount must come as close to the £5,000 mark as possible...

    Attached is a list of the products I'd buy for my dream setup..

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  2. DoFoT9 macrumors P6


    Jun 11, 2007
    top config 15" MBP
    4GB RAM
    stock 320GB HD (easy to upgrade)


    8 core 2.26GHz MP
    16GB RAM
    ATI 4870.

    total is right on 5000 pounds (cant do the symbol).

    gotta love it :)
  3. stonyc macrumors 65816


    Feb 15, 2005
    Using today's 1.59:1 exchange rate of GBP to USD, with just under $8000, I would buy the following...

    For the wife:
    $2499: MacBook Air (1.86GHz Core2Duo)

    For me:
    $2614: MacBook Pro 15" (+320GB 7200rpm, 2.93GHz Core2Duo upgrade)
    $799: 24" Apple LED Cinema Display
    $2014: iMac 24" 2.93GHz (+4850, 3.06GHz Core2Duo upgrade) retains 640GB HDD

    Total = $7926

    Note, I was using Education discount (since I qualify, why not? :)) on the MBP, iMac and LED... MBA wouldn't qualify under the Education discount purchase quantity limit.
  4. toolbox macrumors 68020


    Oct 6, 2007
    Australia (WA)
    I would be getting a Mac Pro, and maxing out ram. Got plenty of HDDS to put in
  5. Perk macrumors member

    Oct 26, 2008
    Verona, Italia
    I'd grab a high-end MBP and a ACD with a wireless keyboard and mouse.

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