Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 11th Jan 2006 18:06 UTC
Apple "Today Apple announced the MacBook Pro. It has quite a few changes compared to the previous PowerBook. For one, it uses an Intel Core Duo (formally known as Yonah) chip. This is a dual core processor and no, unlike what Steve Jobs stated, this does not have two processors. This will help a lot with responsiveness. I've been dreaming of a dual core laptop for quite a while. However, the realization of my dream coupled with the changes seen makes me cry", writes Unsanity. UPDATE: Windows XP won't run on the new Intel Macs because of EFI. Vista is supposed to work though.
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oridinary people
by sp29 on Wed 11th Jan 2006 18:29 UTC
sp29
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2006-01-04

"I can barely understand the iSight for professional users"

Well the majority of people buying em aren't all Pro's, they are students becoming pro's, etc.

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RE: oridinary people
by skingers6894 on Thu 12th Jan 2006 07:28 in reply to "oridinary people"
skingers6894 Member since:
2005-08-10

Also video conferencing is allegedly a business driven application. Perhaps Apple's vision for video conferencing is one where you no longer need a conference room at both ends.

Maybe they see it as something done right at your desk. It's a logical extension and therefore makes the camera consistent with such a vision. Provide every pro user with out of the box video conferencing capabilities and they might just use it.

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