Jun. 6th, 2005 @ 11:43 am
It's nothing compared to the heat and noise that would have been generated by a G5 PowerBook...
|Date:||June 7th, 2005 12:41 am (UTC)|| |
Good point. I still find I don't care all that much about the hardware and processor. As long as you keep making pretty little machines that are functional, that crash less than windows, that are easier to use than windows, and pretty much that just aren't windows, and I'll be blissfully ignorant.
Agreed... the processor is just another component, and not really a big deal for most people... despite all the hype around processors, users' experience with the Mac shouldn't be altered in any way from that of Tiger running on a G5. In fact, on Steve's Pentium demo machine at the keynote, apps appeared to be more responsive than they are on my dual G5. And if the hardware engineering team can pack a G5 into the back of an iMac and manage to keep it cool, I'm not too worried about seamless incorporation of an Intel chip.
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