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**** you


bought my imac 2 weeks ago !
Darn! Apple has a 14 day return policy don't they? I'd give it a shot if I was you, but it's probably too late :/
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Darn! Apple has a 14 day return policy don't they? I'd give it a shot if I was you, but it's probably too late :/
It is too late, got screwed by conman jobs
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Anything special about Mac's other than the price i have a Macbook i don't find it useful other than making apps for iphone?
I like working with the Terminal. I also like MAMP, and the fact Ruby is already installed. Don't know why, but for some reason it's always easier for me to set up everything I need to be able to code on a Mac.

It's like having some of the benefits of using Linux, but it has a really nice GUI on top of it, and actually has Adobe programs and Silverlight (Netflix). Most people here are probably going to disagree with this though.

If I had the money, I'd Probably pick one of these new iMacs. Although if I had that much money, might as well go all the way and get a Mac Pro.

EDIT: Just realized the 27" will have two Thunderbolt ports, does that mean the iMac will support triple monitors?
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And yet still no Bly-Ray, right?

At least I'm glad they have better specs now compared to their predecessors
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Thinking about getting a Sandybridge over the current Core iX series
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....And then the webcam breaks.

Kidding, but still I'd much rather have a 2600 in a tower than an all-in-one. When I think of Sandy Bridge in part I always think of overclocking. Mobile graphics do it some shame too as usual.
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....And then the webcam breaks.

Kidding, but still I'd much rather have a 2600 in a tower than an all-in-one. When I think of Sandy Bridge in part I always think of overclocking. Mobile graphics do it some shame too as usual.
Same here. I love my macbook pro since its portable but the iMac is just meh...love the monitor but rather spend the $2600 in my new build
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prettys sure they will still be over priced for an i7, prices listed are for an i5 and 500mb HD.

Apple=still not worth it
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prettys sure they will still be over priced for an i7, prices listed are for an i5 and 500mb HD.

Apple=still not worth it
That's not a lot of harddrive space
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prettys sure they will still be over priced for an i7, prices listed are for an i5 and 500mb HD.

Apple=still not worth it
Not sure how many times people can possibly point this out for you, but you can't always judge Apple's products on price/performance.

Yes, we know that you can buy the parts cheaper and throw them in your super leet HAF gaming case, but that's not what everyone wants so Apple is catering to a different crowd.

These are for people who want a great looking screen, decent performance, and an all in one you can set somewhere without a damn tower case and cables running all over the place. You are paying for that convenience as well.
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