Originally Posted by AbsoluteDesignz
that would be unfortunate.
Why do you think so? Wouldn't it be better to have this functionality based on a relatively free and open standard like Bluetooth rather than a closed,...
Originally Posted by backtomac
I read your link and it states that :
"Intel's base idea is that it will lower energy consumption overall with its mobile processors. From 35-45W to 10-20W. This is made a lot easier with...
Max TDP for mobile Sandy Bridge is 45W. Max TDP for mobile Ivy Bridge will be 35W.
A 35W Ivy Bridge CPU will still be a lot faster than a 45W Sandy Bridge CPU, with 16 EUs versus...
Originally Posted by wizard69
If you are focused on weight as the only factor in a purchase decision you need to get to the gym.
The weight problem is the 8kg carry-on weight limit enforced by most airlines around the world. ...
Originally Posted by sunspot42
How useful would it be for Apple to simply buy AMD and cut Intel out of the equation entirely?
That would only be useful if AMD were to have a great design team that could be kept...
Originally Posted by Jim W
No PCI slots? Are you nuts? Why do you think we need these computers in the first place? Higher frame rates on games?
People buy the Mac Pro for anything computationally intensive. CAD, video...