Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by dnicol, Feb 20, 2006.
Machine Name: iMac
Machine Model: iMac4,1
CPU Type: Intel Core Duo
Number Of Cores: 2
CPU Speed: 2 GHz
L2 Cache (shared): 2 MB
Memory: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 667 MHz
Boot ROM Version: IM41.0039.B00
Serial Number: jdahflkhadfkjha
SMC Version: 1.1f2
Wow.. great rig. $?
1699 for the iMac
148x2 for 1gig sticks of ram
179 for Apple Care
no universal binary apps for the lose
W00T, got mine today
1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo
1GB DDR2 667 Memory
80GB SATA Drive (soon to be replaced with a 7200RPM drive)
bla bla bla..
getting my Mac Mini Duo tomorrow!
Yeah, a few hundred only.
I'm really tempted to go to the Apple store and pick up a new Mini. I just can't decide if I want to dish out another $200 and get the dual core
fuck i gotta get a macbook pro
Macbook and Mac Mini My jealousy is overwhelming.
no flash player, no stuffit, no toast, nada. no pro apps either
Anyone else finding this magsafe really annoying when trying to use the laptop on a couch or in bed?
Holds really well until you knock it on an angle...
Yeah I noticed I have to be alot more carefull with the power cable now, to make sure it stays in ... but at least it doesnt bend or break like the older ones did. My wifes ibook power cable barely works now.
posting from iBook crew since im in arizona.
i was really disappointed to see that the 13.3 inch widescreen iBook wasn't released.
I should get my Macbook either tomorrow or monday I think a Mini w/ 23in display will be my next purchase
In the mean time, rosetta runs all but the pro apps. How many things do you possibly need to do?
Add to that a 500 GB HDD and a 256 MB video card...
I love it!
Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love it. The biggest issue for me is having to run safari in rosetta, because the speed gains without rosetta were amazing. I hope Adobe isn't too mean to us.
Safari = universal app now...
yes, that is very true, but macromedia flash player only runs in safari under rosetta.