Originally Posted by hyperscribble
Seriously! I was wondering whether or not the current line of MBPs would be replaced any time soon, so I thought to hold off. Now that I know that a new one is likely in the works, it'll be a...
Originally Posted by steviet02
The sub headline says it's the best Windows version yet. Do you agree with that rave?
"best windows version yet" is NOT a rave. I'm sure that the latest iRiver MP3 player is the best...
Originally Posted by CU10
Plastic dents less and scratch-resistant IMHO.
I bought my first-gen MacBook in Summer '06 and it's been a great computer. However it does suffer from the chipping palmrest, hairline fractures around...
Originally Posted by freeny
Ditto for me.
Ive always said, if iTV could replace my horrible Tivo id buy it in a second.
YES! I just set up a Tivo for my parents, and it was such an ordeal. If something didn't work (Tivo...
Originally Posted by melgross
10.6 could be just five weeks away, but it could also be nine weeks away, with Apple's penchant of waiting until the end of the month.
Yea, knowing Apple, "September" probably means...
Originally Posted by backtomac
Are you sure of that?
I'm on my third battery for my 2006 MBP. They don't seem to last worth a shit IME.
Having said that the new battery technology looks pretty intriguing. If they do live...
Originally Posted by Lancelot9201
i'm so surprised to hear that any of the MBP line is selling well. I never would have thought that anyone would want an internal battery, which guarantee's a service need at some point, & the...
Originally Posted by dagamer34
No wonder he doesn't want to live in there anymore. Looks like something out of a horror film!
Seriously - his house reminds me of the Tower of Terror ride at California Adventures....
Looks great. It looks very physically solid, and you can't go wrong with an OLED. I do hope that Apple introduces these into its products soon.
UI seems very responsive and slick. Some Zune competition will be great for Apple/iPod....