Gotcha, didn't know that.
I wouldn't give either of them up, but I am considering getting an iMac instead of a MBP later this year when it's time to replace the aging MB. I like the flexibility of being able to bring a real computer to the coffee shop or to class, though, so I'll probably go with a 13" MBP.
Soon, I will hopefully buy my first iMac. It's going to be the 21,5 inch based model. But reading the posts here on the forums makes me hesitate. Most of the threads are just about problems with the iMac. So I wanted to know what you really think of the iMac.
Remember: I'm not going to do extraordinary things with it: replacing hard drives, adding more RAM, or driving the software to it's limit, etc.
To do so I want you to give a score out of 1 to 10.
Please help out.
What is the benefit of getting an invite... I just went online and downloaded the client free....
John Mayer- Where the Light Is (Simply Amazing)
The funny thing is that I'm one of those people that was convinced that once Apple was able to run Windows XP, I could buy a Mac. So, I bought one, loaded WinXP thru Bootcamp and the only time I use it is for my taxes.
I thought I'd need office, but it wasn't long before I just bought a copy of OfficeMac 2004 and I've never looked back. I haven't booted into XP since last Oct 15th. Go figger.
or try to expand the div by placing 20x <br /> under make new blog
but i dont know:confused:
After all the panics, I swapped the RAM out, and I think that made a difference.
I'd like to sell the MBP. I'd say it is in good order, not excellent given the issues I've had in the past. I'm willing to knock some off the price. I wanted to disclose this issue because when I sell it, that's final. You know it has had a history of kernel panics that required a complete reinstall of OS X. No returns, and I don't want to be hassled if something goes wrong down the road (I don't think it will).
-15" MacBook Pro
-2.16 GHZ Core 2 Duo
-2GB installed (I can install another 2GB, only 3GB will be recognized and used by OS X)
-120GB hard drive
-Comes in the original Apple MacBook Pro box
-OS X Tiger install disk included.
-Video adapter included (the adapter that ships with all MBPs)
-Power cord/brick included
Mac2Sell quoted $1480 (http://www.mac2sell.net/permalink/?id=90bdea90672f5090fdc2f29a0a36a5dc) as the resell value of my machine, but like I said, I'm willing to knock some off because of the issue I went through.
I'm interested in what you guys think concerning the price.
Using ebay as a seller reference, I have completed 44 perfect transactions with a rating of 100%. Link to ebay reference (http://myworld.ebay.com/alcomm777).
You need an external keyboard and mouse to achieve it.
1. Plug in and turn on external display
2. Close the lid of the computer, let it sleep
3. Wake it up using said external keyboard and mouse
4. Your external is now your main, and only display, running at it's native resolution.
The screen shots could be saved as .GIFs instead of JPEGs for more space savings. What's the Wiki etiquette on other users updating an original Guider's screenshots?
I'm a newb at this, but something like this might be helpful. (#2.)
Here's to the Crazy Ones http://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=35452 (http://www.uriah.com/apple-qt/movies/think-different.mov)
What is it about the internet that it encourages everyone to be so dramatic with every issue, even a dead pixel. ("The pixel is dead! DEAD! I could handle a sick pixel, but a dead one?")
not sure but i think it goes way back to the Windows' Blue Screen of Death (BSOD).
but yeah, i agree - what's with the drama over these technical glitches, and with most small things in life? :rolleyes:
Just for you!
Get O'Reilly and all the poison tongue's like him off the air.
Yes, sorry for the misspell.
Quote: Armstrong Said (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/other_sports/cycling/4219934.stm) "I'm thinking it's the best way to p*** [the French] off. I'm not willing to put a percentage on the chances but I will no longer rule it out."