Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 5th Mar 2006 16:44 UTC
Apple PCMag reviews the MacBook Pro, and concludes: "For typical users running the iLife '06 suite, iTunes, and even nonuniversal applications such as Microsoft Office and Adobe products, the Apple MacBook Pro is a solid notebook. It's a sweet upgrade from the PowerBook G4, and Windows users switching over will like it just the same. But for sophisticated media enthusiasts or professionals, we suggest you wait a couple of months, or at least until the software can catch up with the Intel components, before diving in." They did some benchmarks too (the MacBook Pro beats the PowerBook G4 in every area, at the cost of 7 minutes of battery life), and they made a slideshow with photos of the device.
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Gone are the IBM PowerPC processors?
by someone on Sun 5th Mar 2006 17:40 UTC
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I stopped reading right after this...

It is seems the PCMag editors need get their facts straight before publishing: PB uses a G4, which is producted by Freescale!

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