Absolutely not. I've been using my MBP for 6 months now rather than not having a computer and waiting around like everyone else.meepm00pmeep said:anyone here regret getting their MBP instead of waiting for today?
So why didnt you just upgrade it or get an external one? I lived of 20GB for several years AND Windows 98! Ugh...that made me shiverghall said:I'm just pissed that Apple didn't put a lot of this stuff in a while ago. It's not like they couldn't. And all I wanted was a bigger hard drive. I've been living off 80GB for 4 years now.
yah, the upgrade isnt' too substantial to make anyone regret their purchase... a small speed bump and 2GB ram with the total capacity of 3GB.. it wasn't that much of an upgrade at all... i'm still loving my MBP.. .it so friggin rocks!craigatkinson said:Absolutely not! The new computer may be faster, but I can't imagine it. How can you get much faster than instantaneous? You'd have be doing some crazy intensive work on your computer to notice the difference I think. I was really worried they were going to change the form factor and add some really cool unheard of features. I was relieved to read this morning that it's pretty much the same computer.
I'm going to. I'm just not happy that I'm going to have too shell out extra dough to do it.ChrisG said:So why didnt you just upgrade it or get an external one? I lived of 20GB for several years AND Windows 98! Ugh...that made me shiver
Yeah I somewhat agree.YS2003 said:I don't think anyone who bought Core Duo MBP say they regret their purchase. Some people don't mind abut this update. But, some people do; but, defensive mechanism of human psyche will kick in to rationalize their purchase so that they don't come to the conclusion to regret their original purchase. Many people rationalize their decisions after their actual actions.