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  • Quote: Originally posted by GreggWSmith OmniGraffle is awesome! Now if I could just find a version of Minitab for the Mac! There are a few products that may meet your needs At the high end there is SPSS v 11 for the Mac http://www.spss.c…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Michael Grey According to Peter Cohen over at MacCentral "...Apple has been very clear that a G5 iMac won't appear before the end of the year at the soonest." \ --------------------------------------------------…
  • Quote: Originally posted by oglesbye Thanks. I am new at trying to burn DVD's. I am use to converting iMovies to Quick Time and just playing them on the computer. This is my first time at burning DVD's and it has been a flop. Most of my stude…
    in iDVD Comment by kcgil June 2004
  • Quote: Originally posted by DMBand0026 Any idea where I can pick one of those up? I've been looking for an easy way to network my NT, I know someone who has one, I can put you two in contact.
  • Thanks everyone for the quick replys and guidance.
  • [QUOTE]Originally posted by Stratosfear [B]No new G5 Powermacs before 26 March 2004: This seems like some compelling evidence. I hope something happens. Historically (about the last 2 and a half years) according to MacRumors BuyerGuide section,…
  • This is ridiculous - More people are saying that cannot find any ITMS Pespi bottles! Is Pepsi holding back until the promotion expires. I have not found any in Los Angeles. However last week while in Philidelphia I did find a store with the ITMS …
  • I do not think a March 26th release of updated PowerMacs would jive with the 3Ghz in one year announcement at last years developer conference. That would mean another significant upgrade in 3 months. It would make more sense for an iMac upgrade i…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Stoo Still, it has nothin' on the 603e: typically 4W at 300MHz (back when 300MHz was King o' The Hill), max. 6W . If I remember correctly the PowerBooks are using the Moto 7447 - According to Moto's specs the 1.3 (…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Yevgeny Hi all, I am ignorant of how Apple does OS upgrades for recent hardware purchases. If Panther comes out in a month, are all those people who just bought PB's and G5's going to have to pay the full upgrade pric…
  • Quote: Originally posted by michaelb They're not the same price: the 17" PowerBook includes a screen, the Dual G5 2.0 requires you to buy a Cinema Display. The PB is an all in one solution. The G5 is a workstation with over three times the po…
  • Quote: Originally posted by 666 So, i've seen some peeps droppin' the benchmark action on the 1.25ghz powerbook, is it worth the extra money? Is it that much faster than the 1 ghz???? __________________________________________________ _____…
  • Apple Store in Northridge, California has one on Display in the Window. Nothing to demo yet
  • [QUOTE]Originally posted by coolmac [B]Im trying to decide between the single 1.8gig and the dual 2gig machines... ..., the extra $700 would be better in my pocket. ----------------------------------------------- I do not know if $100 makes…
  • Another curious development. Not only has Apple limited slection and specs of the old PowerMac G4 but there are NO refurb deals on thier Special Deals Page, since the G5 announcement. Could this be a prelude to an announcement in a couple of we…
  • ------------------------------------------ posted by THT My reactions. Panther: Is this thing 64 bit? No mention. Otherwise excellent. ------------------------------------------ Yes Panther is 64 Bit.
    in Reactions? Comment by kcgil June 2003
  • [QUOTE]Originally posted by Cory Bauer [B]Absolutely amazing machines. I couldn't be happier. It is interesting that for the first time I can think of, the high-end Powermac is the sweet spot in price/performance. I am also very happy that the …
    in Reactions? Comment by kcgil June 2003
  • Quote: Originally posted by hmurchison No Apple will not use SATA in the next Powermacs. The benefits of SATA are theoretical faster speed and much smaller cables. However Apple ..upon looking at the Dearth of SATA Devices(few HD no DVD/CDRW) the…
  • Well the I for one will wait again. There is nothing here pushing me to upgrade or to get my family and friends to switch. I was disappointed when Apple did not add USB-2 to the laptops and towers. Now they make you pay a lot more for bluetooth…
    in New iMacs Comment by kcgil February 2003
  • I agree that Macs need more speed, but not just for the CPU, the bus needs improvement as well as faster RAM across the product lines. It would be nice to see other standard technologies incorporated line Blue Tooth (likely), 803.11g (likely), F…