"If you don't like it, you don't know what you're talking about"
Pros: Let's see: I can run multimedia applications that don't even exist for Windows and are Industry standard (Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro...). Incredible variety of applications; remember that there is nothing that Adobe makes that will run on a PC as well as it
Cons: A bit pricey, not long battery life, not great trackpad. There is a larger variety of games available for the PC... But there is a better way to play games than using your computer... And frankly, I think that anybody that buys a laptop, any laptop with t
If you can't recommend I drop a Powerbook off a desk, then why mention it? You can find plenty of stories like that for practically any notebook. You say Apple support is better than Dell, but you can find so many more Dell users on say www.notebookforums.com that have seen practically every problem be it software/hardware that has ever come up.<br>Try playing BF2, or any graphics-intensive game on high settings..can you?! Is there a better way to play games? With a go 7800 GTX equipped notebook you can run many games at 1900x1200, consoles can't match that. And the atmosphere in a PC game is far-superior<br>Well, not everyone cares for gaming, but it is 17 inch...more of a desktop replacement than a business machine. You mention halo yourself.<br>You can't use Safari..oh no! Use Firefox!<br>I love desktop replacement notebooks, but does Apple do something revolutionary with the G4? Not at all...