The products are also a ridiculous price
Of course, when you compare, well, apples to apples, the price difference isn't as much people imagine. I bought mine for less than a comparable Windows system. Yes, you can buy a Windows system for 300 bucks
Dragging in a $300 machine is rather silly
Quote from: Frenzie on 2016-11-26, 11:39:56Dragging in a $300 machine is rather sillyBut that seems to a common comparison among consumers (even though what kind of specs can one expect for an all in one at that price point at Walmart) I only paid $600 for my Mac, by specs it was a better machine most Windows machines at the same price point.
I only paid $600 for my Mac, by specs it was a better machine most Windows machines at the same price point.
I know Mac screens are invariably better.
Oh yeah, and I think stuff like keyboard backlight is useless nonsense at best (in the words of someone just yesterday: "oh, you can type without looking!"), so I suppose I am "missing" out on some battery-wasting stuff.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (starting at €800) is fantastic. Display-wise, anyway. Certainly the best out of any non-useless device I've seen (useless meaning, e.g., iPad & Android tablets).
Is there anything else you dislike about it besides it being a drain on the battery?
Then again, the novel 360° laptops with touchscreen, such as Lenovo Yoga and Asus Zenbook are in the same category with a proper keyboard to boot.
Bad news / Good news? No more El Comandante.
BTW, the USA has been trying to assasinate Castro for 57 years. Trump is elected and he's dead in three weaks.
What the heck has that to do with Cuba??
I like Macs and can figure out what's gone wrong, when things go wrong, on such systems. When I have to "fix" Windows systems, I know that I'm placating "regular" consumers! People who will never have a clue...
I prefer iron be solid and staid.
The "operating system" is always up in the air...
I've sometimes argued for a Universal Operating System. (But incoherently... )
President Donald Trump had a lot to say about President Barack Obama's vacations and his costs to American taxpayers. Yet a new report confirms that Trump's travel costs--made more exorbitant because of his refusal to stay in the White House on weekends--is on track to far surpass those of Obama.
Quote from: http://www.theroot.com/trump-already-on-track-to-spend-more-on-travel-than-oba-1792549391President Donald Trump had a lot to say about President Barack Obama's vacations and his costs to American taxpayers. Yet a new report confirms that Trump's travel costs--made more exorbitant because of his refusal to stay in the White House on weekends--is on track to far surpass those of Obama.Leftist dishonest media.
Does he stay in his own hotels in the weekends, and make the government pay for it?
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