Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 14th Feb 2006 17:27 UTC, submitted by meianoite
Apple Apple today announced that it will begin shipping the new 15-inch MacBook Pro this week with faster processors than previously announced. The $2500 model now includes a 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo processor, up from the previously announced 1.83GHz, and will begin shipping this week. The $2000 model now includes a 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo processor, up from the previously announced 1.67GHz, and will begin shipping next week. In addition, customers may now upgrade to a 2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo processor as a build-to-order option on the Apple Online Store. Note: Expect a review of the MacBook Pro on soon.
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Re: When I can run...
by Luposian on Wed 15th Feb 2006 05:24 UTC
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"but if I could run windows on my Mac..."

You'd end up with an Apple-branded PC. And that would... well, quite frankly... SUCK! Pay more for a "nice looking PC" that is just as prone to Windows bugs, spyware, viruses, and Trojan Horses as the next PC.

A Mac that runs Windows natively (like a standard PC) is NOT a Mac. It's just an Apple PC. As long as there is some translation layer between the Mac and Windows (i.e. it doesn't run windows 100% natively, even if Windows does run at native speed, since the Mac is based on an Intel processor), that will be acceptable to me. But if I can pop in a Windows CD and install Windows just like I can on my regular PC, I will consider the Mac Era over with and never buy another one.

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