Loc: San Francisco, CA
Meh. Not all of them work via keyboard, especially through a web browser- and I think common reasoning leaves the mouse to touchscreen input. Actually, either could be replaced with touchscreen input. But, again, games are only part of the equation.
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I can't watch hulu anywhere close to fullscreen on my C2D iMac because it chokes …that's pathetic (actually I watch hulu fullscreen on my iMac by leaving the hulu window native size and then zooming in via OS X's screen magnification ) I'll take the Netflix/silverlight experience any day over Flash …it really is that bad.
Wonder if something else is going on? I'm running hulu on my iMac (bought Jan. 2009) full screen with no problems. Which video card do you have? I have the 512MB nVidia
No stutters here. Granted, it's not like HDTV, but good enough for me.
Loc: Near an iPad
John, your machine is not only faster in clock speed, but it's got a newer chip architecture as well. (assuming it's a 24" iMac). I bought my iMac in Oct of '06 The video card is an nVidia 7600GT. (although I don't think it's using any of the GPU)
How big of a screen is attached to that Mini? (pixels) …I'm at 1920 x 1200
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