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arod On December 19, 2008




NYC, New York
#1New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 14:52:40
This is the laptop that i'm using right now. It has great features:

1. Tiger (Dashboard, Safari RSS and over 200 new features)
2. iLife (iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, Garageband and iDVD)
3. Firefox, Safari
4. Apps. (Senuti, Mail, Adobes, Microsoft Office (mac version), limewire, java, stuffit
expander, bluetooth file exchange, iPod updater, sherlock, iLife apps, and a lot more
5. 14 inch screen
6. Music Store
7. no popups

1000x more features make the macbookpro make it the best laptop for sale today.


Macbookpro

xp

compare them, which one is better? i vote 4 the mac
Darkshine On May 05, 2010




Sydney, Australia
#2New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 14:54:43
You heard of Virtue? The program?
prom83 On August 06, 2006

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Somewhere, United Kingdom
#3New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 14:55:48
Macs are good. I use an iBook quite alot around my house. Great little machine, and some fantastic software
arod On December 19, 2008




NYC, New York
#4New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 14:57:56
@prom83 Said
Macs are good. I use an iBook quite alot around my house. Great little
machine, and some fantastic software


you can say that again
oreo_man On March 12, 2009




North Vancouver, Canada
#5New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 14:59:35
neither
sakina On May 04, 2007




Mesnil, Mauritius
#6New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 15:01:56
i can compare it with a P3 running a customized edition of vector linux with more apps having the same and more functions.
the macintelatoshes are merely pcs with customized OSs.
jonnythan On August 02, 2014
Bringer of rad mirth


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Here and there,
#7New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 15:15:15
The Macbook Pros are great laptop PC's. They are very pretty PC's that run Mac OS X and Windows XP.

There are no Macbook Pros with 14" screens as you say you have, so I assume you have the 15.4" version. The standard Macbook, at 13.3", makes a better portable PC IMO, though the larger screens make them more suitable (barely) as desktop replacements. I wouldn't want to do all my computing on a 15" screen. The ones with the 17" screen are a bit more tolerable, but at $2800 they're a bit.. overpriced as a desktop replacement.

Comparing a 2GHz Core Duo with a P3 running Linux with, presumably, Gnome or KDE? What a nightmare.
sakina On May 04, 2007




Mesnil, Mauritius
#8New Post! Jun 17, 2006 @ 15:24:14
you kidding. slackware with blackbox runs very fast, is stable and is efficient and responsive on a p3.
running it on a 2ghz dual core won't change anything.

note: gnome and kde are too heavy. i use blackbox.
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