Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 13th Jan 2006 17:53 UTC
Apple The very first Apple computers, distributed nationwide in 1977, had a hood you could pry off to reveal the CPU, the memory, and the motherboard. But almost three decades later, the company that pioneered "open architecture" with the Apple II, even with thousands of admirers looking on, was reluctant to pry the back panel off its new Intel Core Duo-based iMacs and MacBook Pro portables.
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by MikeGA on Fri 13th Jan 2006 20:22 UTC
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Isn't this article a bit pointless seeing as no who can actually say has any idea what is really inside one of the new Core Duo Macs.

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RE: Why?
by null_pointer_us on Fri 13th Jan 2006 21:01 in reply to "Why?"
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I know! From the description I expected the article to be about taking one of those new Intel Macs apart and examining the contents.

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RE: Why?
by modmans2ndcoming on Fri 13th Jan 2006 21:01 in reply to "Why?"
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What are you talking about? you mean what the code is on the EFI chip?

Really it does not matter in the long run since Vista will run on a machine that uses EFI.

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