The new iMac s are pretty awesome as far as new features... <br>Apple really upgraded the BOL iMac and the price for education only went up $50 !! ($1099 to $1149) and that includes a 20" screen, faster processors, more RAM, bigger HD, better DVD burner, better video, ... and tons of other stuff including a new iLife !!<br><br><br>WOW !! Kudos !! <br><br>man "KICK AZZ !!! <br><br>David (OFI)
I listened to Jobs at the presentation of the new iMac. He repeatedly made reference to the little ol' granma who won't need to get DVDs in the mail anymore because she'll be able to watch her grandkids on line atnear]HD[/near] quality. He never mentioned gaming, games, or gamers. That's not the market he's addressing. I suspect it's not the market he'll ever address. Why that is I don't know, but I do know that if you scratch a gamer, he'll bleed PC blood. A Mac transfusion might kill 'im.<br><br>
_________________________ MACTECHubi dolor ibi digitus
maybe jobs had the philosophy in life that gamers are losers/ stoners, so why should the computing world bow and scrape to their every need when it comes to computing requirements. Stick with real people whi do real things and the real money will eventually come your way. (please remove ipods from that philosophy)<br><br> whenever i see a [color:red]r</font color=red>[color:blue]a</font color=blue>i[color:purple]n</font color=purple>b[color:orange]o</font color=orange>[color:green]w</font color=green> i know god is having gay sex
_________________________ whenever i see a [red]r[/red][blue]a[/blue]i[purple]n[/purple]b[orange]o[/orange][green]w[/green] i know god is having gay sex
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Why that is I don't know, but I do know that if you scratch a gamer, he'll bleed PC blood. A Mac transfusion might kill 'im.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Clearly the only option is to have both a PC and Mac! <br><br><-------<br><br>______________________<br>...because pie>cake
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