Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 14th Jan 2006 16:50 UTC, submitted by mono
Intel Apple's television ads for its new Macs boast that for years, Intel's chips have been "trapped inside PCs - dull little boxes, dutifully performing dull little tasks." Now, the voiceover proclaims, the Intel processor will finally be set free. Of course, that's not exactly the way Intel would put it. "Never would we characterize our customers that way."
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RE[3]: IMO...
by modmans2ndcoming on Sun 15th Jan 2006 06:43 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: IMO..."
modmans2ndcoming
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2005-11-09

What is hidden from a user with an apple case?

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RE[4]: IMO...
by situation on Sun 15th Jan 2006 07:51 in reply to "RE[3]: IMO..."
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2006-01-10

The whole case feels restrictive. Removing or covering the eject button on the CD drive is supposed to be slick, but is irritating and sometimes troublesome if an application using the CD drive crashes / locks up and you cannot manually eject the CD. All the internals of the case are carefully sectioned off and locked away, as compared to nice and open ala a standard PC case. When I opened a G5 case I was stunned by how unfriendly and unaccomodating it seemed to any changes.

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