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keithw said:(...) It's too bad they did not also announce a M1 Max Mac Mini along with the laptops. I think it will still be a while until they release a Pro desktop (either iMac or headless) pro model.
I feel the same Now I have to spend money on a Mac Mini I will never like but will use for a couple of years
22july2013 said:It weighed just 6.8 pounds! It was only 1.8 inches thick so it fit in a briefcase! It came with 2 to 8 megabytes of RAM. It had at least a 16 megahertz CPU! And 20 to 40 megabytes of disk space! Plus at least a 2400 baud modem as a communication option! It also had 2 to 3 hours of battery life!
Just $2300 to $4600. Actually, that's not much different than today's prices.
But it did have removable RAM cards, which is something we don't always see today. And it had adjustable legs which also seems like a good feature.
P.S. Why do so many articles on this website appear in the middle of the night? (That gives me an advantage!)
there are some people who live outside the US (you know, the world's slightly bigger than the USA) and there may be AI journalists who are writing from a different time zone. if I'd have an international online magazine, I'd mix my journalists so that they'd cover the most timezones possible.
fastasleep said:(...) I'm super interested in seeing the real world tests this coming Monday!
mee too! it'll be also interesting to see them repeated a couple of months later as these will only be the first flutters