Titanium PowerBook G4 a "PC Killer" InfoWorld reports on Apple's latest 1 GHz Titanium PowerBook G4s, exclaiming "After spending quality time with the PowerBook running Mac OS X 10.2.2, we don't care if we ever touch another $3,500-plus top-end PC notebook. Yes, it is that good, and its value has nothing to do with its sleek looks." More.
iMac a "multimedia wonder" In a review of Apple's 17" flat-panel iMac for Sound and Vision magazine, Al Griffin writes "Apple's top-of-the-line G4 iMac takes the company's goal of making moderate-price computers that nonprofessional users can appreciate to an entirely new level. With its widescreen display, powerful video processing, excellent suite of bundled applications, and impressive OS 10.2 operating system, the newest iMac is a multimedia wonder." More.
PC prices continue to drop Cheap Wintel boxes are getting cheaper, according to a News.com report. " While big-name PC makers like Hewlett-Packard and Gateway offer desktops priced as low as $399, without a monitor, smaller manufacturers are finding an audience by offering less-expensive machines, starting as low as $199." More.
New Director reviewed ZDNN has published a look at Macromedia's new Director MX in Webcast form, including an interview with Macromedia CEO Rob Burgess. The new version of Director ships this month, and is the first Mac OS X compatible release. More.Resources