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I love when Schiller does the keynotes because he announces the specs and I'm a specs freak. Yeah yeah you can't compare to Jobs but Jobs is gone. I have a ton of respect for what Jobs did though he is gone. I said this before but the keynote was done to perfection. You have Cook announcing the sales figures blah blah blah super excited and astounded by the millions and billions of whatever and then to Schiller for the processor, SSD, graphics, all the good stuff. And you...
Oh duh! I saw Mac mini 6,2 and then i7-3770K and had to do a double take.
I want to be able to game on the Mac mini at least a little bit although I do a lot on emulation which the Intel HD 3000 on last year's model does just fine on. I wanted to play Diablo III but it did not run well on the integrated graphics. The Radeon HD 6630M apparently ran it okay but the game has been marred by bugs and glitches. I miss the old days when I could play Diablo and Diablo II offline and by myself. I think only Duke Nukem Forever was a bigger disappointment...
Huh? I see the i7-3770K listed next to the Mac mini? Say what?
Whatever happens with the Mac Pro, mini, and iMac in the near future is anyone's guess though I feel I won't be disappointed no matter what the result is. It's about evolution. Edit: This is not a good thought process to have though. http://fudzilla.com/home/item/29247-arm-is-just-another-transmeta-claims-intel
So what GPU could have been used for it that would have done the trick.Yeah I got lucky. I had to refresh several times as either the quality dropped from HD or it froze a bit but it went pretty well and beat having to follow the text on a site. Soon after my nap, I got up checked the Apple Store and saw the updated specs. Made my day.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge-E Video cards, I need time to look at as well.
I thought Marvin made a typo although that does bring into point a quote by Anandtech."Within 8 years many expect all mainstream computing to move to smartphones, or whatever other ultra portable form factor computing device we're carrying around at that point. To put it in perspective, you'll be able to get something faster than an Ivy Bridge Ultrabook or MacBook Air, in something the size of your smartphone, in fewer than 8 years. The problem from Intel's perspective is...
There are many posts I could reply to though the one that caught my eye was Marvin's. You think they should discontinue it after 2013? I'm curious why.
I'm not sure what to say then. I don't think it's dead though if it is not for is only paying attention to the pro-sumer market, how do you revive this machine? Can they fix FCP? Do they just need to look for people?
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