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I used to say that till I shelled out $10,000 for a late model (as they called it) Mac Pro 8 core / dual 30 ACD and tons of RAM and 4 1 TB internal drives and GT 8800 cards etc ... now for some strange reason I have this feeling I don't want to see a new Mac Pro just yet ... strange isn't it?

Well, your 30" monitors will still be worth something...
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Originally Posted by digitalclips View Post

I used to say that till I shelled out $10,000 for a late model (as they called it) Mac Pro 8 core / dual 30 ACD and tons of RAM and 4 1 TB internal drives and GT 8800 cards etc ... now for some strange reason I have this feeling I don't want to see a new Mac Pro just yet ... strange isn't it?

so true... so true... it always stings a little, doesn't it?
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Originally Posted by quinney View Post

I hope they don't have to cut their dividend to maintain aaa credit rating.
Your ton could end up being a half-ton.

I hear you, but I do plan on holding it for 5 to 10 years. I'm no day trader.

Proud AAPL stock owner.

 

GOA

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Proud AAPL stock owner.

 

GOA

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