Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Jan 2006 20:49 UTC, submitted by DigitalDame
Apple Two more articles on Apple's Intel iMac today. "Disassembling the first fruit of the Apple-Intel alliance raises some interesting questions about the model's profit margins." Secondly, PCMag reviews the new iMac: "The differences are all under the hood. The 20-inch new iMac combines a dual-core Intel Core Duo processor with the Mac OS X experience. Casual Mac users, switchers from Microsoft Windows, and iPod aficionados will love the new iMac; however, professionals and people who use graphics apps such as Adobe Photoshop and Final Cut Pro should hold off until the critical app is updated to work smoothly with the Intel processor. For these people, we recommend holding on to your current G5-powered Mac, at least for now."
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Lazy reviewer (marathon)
by marbiol on Fri 20th Jan 2006 23:54 UTC
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The reviewer talks about losing OS 9 being bad because he can't play marathon any more - this sounds like he couldn't come up with a better reason and couldn't be bothered to find out that it's been OSed and there's an x86 build already.

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