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Why You Shouldn't Buy a Mac (1 pic)

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  • 9 Sep, 2010  |
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What do you think about it? I don't have, but I'm thinking about getting one, because it's difficult as hell to update Acidcow on an iPad. Nevermind, just kidding.

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№1 Author: akteco (9 Sep 2010 01:26) Total user comments: 34


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I like 'em.
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (9 Sep 2010 02:15) Total user comments: 5518


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You don't buy a Mac for the performance. You buy one to look like a poser.
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№3 Author: adzhoe (9 Sep 2010 03:22) Total user comments: 14959


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great info!
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№4 Author: raymond.wendt (9 Sep 2010 07:19) Total user comments: 9115


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What's in a name? 32
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№5 Author: Link was here (9 Sep 2010 11:23) Total user comments: 1329


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When you're buying an Apple, you're paying more for the brand than for the actual quality of the product!
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№6 Author: aleena83 (9 Sep 2010 13:00) Total user comments: 136


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It is true that they look good, or they make me look good..... 51 which one was it again?


P.S I know they are not the pinnacle of performance.
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№7 Author: mirrebex (9 Sep 2010 13:12) Total user comments: 475


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.. indeed. PC revolution..
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№8 Author: Permenganate (9 Sep 2010 13:18) Total user comments: 229


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got a PC at home for videos games, DL (legal DL obviously) and movies. but i got a macbook pro for work. more professionnal for clients;
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№9 Author: 2fuzzy (9 Sep 2010 14:40) Total user comments: 10400


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Overpriced for what they are.
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№10 Author: JoaquimMurteira (9 Sep 2010 14:42) Total user comments: 36


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The difference it's obvious, i got a PC and a MacBook Pro, the PC has more capacity, in therms of numbers i bought a "superior PC" but it is still inferior to the MAC, see the exemple:

MAC: 2.26 ghz, 160GB Disk, 2GB memory, Duocuore

PC: 2.53ghz, 500GB Disk, 4 GB memory, Quatrocuore

The performance of MAC is very superior to PC....

So it's real, MAC is better.
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№11 Author: camelwide (9 Sep 2010 15:47) Total user comments: 414


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JoaquimMurteira,
how come?
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№12 Author: fluorescentG (9 Sep 2010 17:13) Total user comments: 3958


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whammy...

so where's Gyselinck and galz??? haha don't care to comment?
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№13 Author: bruce88lee (9 Sep 2010 22:00) Total user comments: 1818


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№14 Author: funkotronic (9 Sep 2010 22:23) Total user comments: 362


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Seems to me that you should buy one WITHOUT all the extras and do the upgrades yourself. Save a bunch of money, get a machine made with A-spec components and enjoy the benefits of the Mac OS. Oh yeah, STILL no Mac viruses out there in the wild.

Let the flames begin.
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№15 Author: Nsibai (9 Sep 2010 23:06) Total user comments: 5694


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№16 Author: TonyEffinDanza (9 Sep 2010 23:27) Total user comments: 48


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I was blown away by the monitor pricing. I have a PC that I hooked up to a 1080p widescreen 37" TV that I got for $600. Why not just do something like that? A 30" will run you $300-$400. Plus, you get a TV!

I guess its because the majority of Mac users must not be tech savvy enough to know you can do something like that with a $20 cable. Or, maybe Mac's don't have that type of output (I don't know, I don't have one).

Anyway, this article makes me more content about my anti-Mac sentiment. Rip-off!
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№17 Author: dustin_is_stoopid (11 Sep 2010 10:12) Total user comments: 149


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wtf is up with rivalries between pc and mac users. im using a mac but im not ganna hate the guy thats using a pc. it should be the same vice versa. i guess its just a matter of how mature you are and it seems like not alot of you are. you can hate this comment all you want, but it doesnt change the fact that you need to grow the fuck up and stop hating the product and/or the users. let the people buy what they want to buy and keep your damn comments and remarks to yourself.
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№18 Author: Jimmy Johnson (12 Sep 2010 02:12) Total user comments: 5518


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I bought a practically brand new (less than 250 hours), fully developed late model (July 2006 production date), fully loaded, original discs and paperwork, all original equipment, never been tinkered with, 12" G4 Powerbook running a retail version of Panther (with every possible update) about 2 years ago to test the "Apple" hype.

To be fair to Apple, I took it to an authorized Apple dealer to have it cleaned, inspected and professionally tuned. The technician that worked on it said it was the cleanest, tightest used 12" G4 Powerbook he had ever seen.

All I ever did with it was surf the web, some word processing, play dvds, display pictures, and play chess. The piece of shit crashed after playing MAYBE 100 games of chess. I was forced to install the original o/s system (Tiger).

So whatever love Apple posers have for these pieces of shit must have sunshine blowing up their asses.
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№19 Author: pawzuzu (13 Sep 2010 12:13) Total user comments: 213


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I bought a used macbook pro for not that much (really don't remember how much) which I use to write, compose and record my music. It has never failed me once and although I'm actually not a fan of the OS, I appreciate its simplicity. But again, all this could have been done on a "normal" pc. You pay for the name, not the product.
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