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Just when I thought I had a good reason to upgrade to Leopard... :-( "Though we saw gains on the Mac Pro with the Radeon X1900 XT, we saw no gains on our MacBook Pro 17" Core Duo with the X1600 Mobility."
So can anyone confirm whether the MacBook Pro Core 1 Duos ARE actually upgradeable to 802.11n?
Very sound advice!
Not true, the MacBook Pro can support a 23-inch Apple Cinema Display, though you need the 256 Mb X1600 to run the 30". I have not seen any high-def television or projector come close to running at that resolution however, so you should be fine with the 128 Mb. However, if you anticipate getting a 30" CD go with the higher video RAM. As for getting a MacBook over MacBook Pro there are loads of discussions on it but I'd suggest several reasons for getting the MacBook Pro:...
LC 630 - something slow B&W G3 - 350 MHz Cube G4 - 400 MHz 15" iMac G4 - 800 MHz 12" PowerBook G4 - 1.25 GHz 17" iMac G5 - 1.8 GHz 17" MacBook Pro - 2 x 2.16 GHz
Don't think anyone has mentioned it yet, but Graphic Converterhttp://www.lemkesoft.com/xd/public/c...lkPTE5Mw_.html can't be forgotten! This is often quicker and easier to use for small image editing/conversion tasks than Photoshop and it's a hell of a lot cheaper at 25 euros. I recently discovered Rapidweaver http://www.realmacsoftware.com/rapidweaver/ . This is an awesome web-page creator with really nice themes built in. Very easy to use. Still a bit basic but...
Thanks for that. I actually ended up downloading it in the end
Here's hoping 802.11n APE cards are just around the corner \
The receipt is not the package installer. As far as I'm aware there is no package installer for iMovie on my original iMac G5 Panther Install/Restore CDs. I have tried searching using Terminal in the hidden Packages folder. Guess I'll have to download it from Bittorrent or something! Seems really odd that it's not there.
Seems like Apple is a bit slow updating their Airport Extreme wireless card for 802.11n compatability. My housemate has ordered a new base station and I just missed the boat on getting 802.11n in my MacBook Pro Core (1) Duo.
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