Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by BlaqueMan, Mar 1, 2007.
im a powerbook g4, 15" and i still love it!
I have a G5 and my g/f and her Aunt are picking up a 24" and 20" iMac this weekend.
I should get something free for bringing in 2 sales like that.
powerbook g4 here too. i really want either a PowerMac or a Mac Pro though. they're just so expensive for a desktop
The only reason I would see myself upgrading to a MacPro would be to put XP on it to play games. And that's the wrong reason.
if you wanan just play games then dpending on the game just get a like, 500 dollar dell.
12" ibook here
(and a 13" macbook that doesnt officially belong to me )
12" Powerbook G4.
I get at least a comment every few days on how sweet it is.
in with 15" g4 powerbook
silver power comrades
15" pb g4 here!!
12in ibook -personal
13.3 c2d macbook - work
quad g5 - work
dual 2.7 g5 - work
14in ibook - girlfriend
15.4 coreduo - dad
13.3 coreduo macbook - roommate
I think i'm pretty much part of any mac crew
i'm waiting for an updated mini so i can get that for home
I have plenty of consoles for that.
my friend has a g4 power mac over his house that his parents use now. i think it's kinda cool that they switched over in a past few years from a windows pc
it seemed so blazing fast when they first got it compared to anything i had at that time
still runs ok and somewhat fast, but seems loads slower than my c2d macbook
G4 chip > G5 chip > Core Duo > C2D
I wonder why it feels slower?
dual 500 G4 still rockin out here.
i'm looking towards a new powermac tower when the new OS finally arrives.
I'm still rocking my powerbook. Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, can't ask for much more
15" Ti PB G4 still crawling along
1Ghz & 1 Gb
how's our older machines going to handle the leopard upgrade ?
Werd, I was sad when I sold mine to another OT'r here. I really loved that notebook, light, fast, SOLID feeling, great screen
14" iBook here.
though i would like an intel processor for the windows XP because being a CIS major makes being an apple user quite challenging.
it doesnt necessarily make things challenging. what software do you use at school? / what school do you go to?
currently i need to do visual basic.net.
and i go to ECC north. it sucks.
15" g4 powerbook
but I want a macbook pro
oh Erie Community College? Im right near there (I think I already talked to you about this haha)
you do visual basic programming? or do you mean you use visual studio.net? we use .net here, but i use gcc because i dont like it. professors dont really care
14" iBook 1.25 G4...
Everyday i want an intelbook so i can load windows on it. Fucking engineers.