Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Jun 2006 14:27 UTC
Apple Earlier this year, Apple, after a long wait, updated its pro line of laptops by introducing the MacBook Pro, the Intel-powered equivalent of the PowerBook. MacSupport, together with Apple Netherlands, was so kind as to provide OSNews with a MacBook Pro for review purposes. Since Adam bought a MacBook Pro for himself only a few days earlier, we decided to review the machines together. Here are our findings.
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nothing touched
by marcushe on Thu 22nd Jun 2006 16:47 UTC
marcushe
Member since:
2005-09-30

they didnt even mention the built-in webcam with one-click web conferencing (iChat) or the dvd burner and it's capabilities with iDVD.

they also apparently don't understand that iLife comes on these machines - try to get that on any other PC laptop.

they reviewed it as if it were a windows machine - they tried the e-mail and web browsing out, and called it a day.

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RE: nothing touched
by dvhh on Thu 22nd Jun 2006 17:09 in reply to "nothing touched"
dvhh Member since:
2006-03-20

ship it with windows and you call it monopoly practices.

plus I think they were giving their review with their regular usage of this class of notebook.

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RE[2]: nothing touched
by Agent69 on Fri 23rd Jun 2006 20:44 in reply to "RE: nothing touched"
Agent69 Member since:
2005-07-07

There is nothing illegal about monopolies, other than breaking the law to maintain them.

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