I like the new machines but there is not much revolutionary about them. They seem like nice improvements.
And he is right that Apple has to be more competitive in terms of pricing.
Well. I tend to agree with this.
The iMac 27 incher is an object of pure lust for me. (I love my iMac, folks...drools...) However, the entry is still using cheapy cheap cpus. Why not stick the i5s in there? They're very cheap!
And for the price of the 27 inchers...why no i7 as standard?
AND WHY still include a cheap-ass gpu 4657567 (ATi Card...) in the 27 incher entry? Should be a 4850. And with a higher model driver the top end.
I guess, kudos that Apple are FINALLY using desktop components in their iMacs...despite ALL the bollocks that was spoken on these boards (yes, you, you, you and you...and many others who should have known BETTER!) about desktop parts 'wont' (me expert), 'can't' (me run Apple...) etc.
So. We have desktop parts, finally(!). But yeesh. These are cheap parts. Cut the entry price of the iMac by at least a hundred. And put the i5 and i7 in as standard. In fact, the integrated crappics should go and the Ati 4567546 card should go in the entry. Yeesh.
Lemon Bon Bon.