Originally Posted by wizard69
Beat me to it. Mac Pros would be the most likely line to be built here, low volumes and high margins make it easy to do. Further if Apple is only investing $100 million that would...
Originally Posted by ecs
Cook is right saying this. But, for exactly the same reason, they should release a Mac Mini with a good dedicated GPU even if it could hurt new iMac sales. Apple, please, apply the...
Originally Posted by Winter
It would be nice to see a quad-core/discrete graphics mini for $999.
I'd like to ask does Apple have a strategy for the Mini which precludes Winter from getting what he...
Originally Posted by Bruceedits
This was the location of a CDW store that failed about 5 years ago. There is little parking available nearby and the corner is very congested, near the entrance to the Kennedy Expw (I-94). Good...
Originally Posted by hmm
I meant that the dual socket workstation end held higher markup per unit sold. If the volume has dropped off making it less profitable, that's a separate issue. I wasn't really that surprised by the...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
1. Abject nonsense.
2. They would if ATI and nVidia would write drivers for them.
3. Even more nonsensical than licensing OS X.
You don't seem to understand Apple.
I wonder is it...
Originally Posted by Lemon Bon Bon.
Dave, I thought you might enjoy this link. Or at least find it an interesting read. I did.
With Open CL how long until we can just...
Originally Posted by Sybaritic
I know that ECC is the rationale—and as Intel's own website says, "The Intel® Core™ i7 desktop processors and desktop boards typically do not support ECC...