I mean, I know the score on it being Windows and cheaply constructed and all that. It's just tempting when its half of what Apple is charging. <br><br>I'll probably hold out for the iBook...mainly because I can't troubleshoot Windows, and if something goes wrong while I'm on the road, I'd fling the thing out the hotel window trying to fix it. <br><br>
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I was trying like hell to convert someone to a Mac mini- but then Dell comes along like a 5-dollar whore with its free printer, free memory or free LCD- and that's all the average john needs to hear. <br><br>Back in Black...
Yeah...as long as companies like Dell are practically giving away Windows PCs, we shall forever remain in our expensive niche. <br><br>I ran across one of their promos....it was a cheapie PC with a free LCD for like...$499 or something. I couldn't believe it..almost bought it myself. <br><br>
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