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The insipron 1525's definitely arn't the cheapest Dell laptops available. If you customize an insipron 1420, you'll find that it'll amount to a bit over $1100 with Vista Home Premium, and slightly less than $1300 with Vista Ultimate (which is just unnecessary). I couldn't find the option to add CD/DVD burning software anywhere, I think it's a pretty safe to assume that some kind of CD/DVD burning software is included in the package by default.

Not to mention Dell regularly offers discounts.
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Honest question:

With Mac's current OS, is it possible to open and/or modify Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files (legally)? Just curious.
Office was ported to Mac a long time ago. Legally
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Honest question:

With Mac's current OS, is it possible to open and/or modify Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files (legally)? Just curious.
May I direct you to MSO: Mac Edition 2008?



That's why I'm wondering if that was actually an honest question...

And of course there's OpenOffice and NeoOffice, the latter of which is based on OpenOffice, but modified to run with OS X's own Carbon and GUI (OpenOffice by itself requires that you run it on top of the X server [yes, which is exactly like Linux's X server]).

http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPL...nplm=TQ744LL/A

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The insipron 1525's definitely arn't the cheapest Dell laptops available. If you customize an insipron 1420, you'll find that it'll amount to a bit over $1100 with Vista Home Premium, and slightly less than $1300 with Vista Ultimate (which is just unnecessary). I couldn't find the option to add CD/DVD burning software anywhere, I think it's a pretty safe to assume that some kind of CD/DVD burning software is included in the package by default.

Not to mention Dell regularly offers discounts.
The 1525 was the cheapest laptop I could find on dell.com. Is the 1420 an "older gen" model? If so, forget about comparing it...

If it's slightly less than $1300 - that's cool. It still proves my point.

Remember, my point is that the gap isn't as big as some people here are absurdly making it out to be. Even if the dell were $1100, that still isn't "3x less than a Mac." It's a couple hundred more which makes perfect sense, seeing how the dell is going to come loaded with crapware and adware (which, of course, lowers the price), and the Mac is going to come pre-installed with 1st party software, like a media center suite, music and movie creating software, a graphing calculator (useful for school, no? lol), etc.

I mean, this ALL does fit my theory, what I've been saying all along, right?
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That is exactly my point they have a ONE year policy and when does your battery usually die... it dies in most instances just after a year... no they do not cover the battery I had gotten my DELL laptop for free from my school and I would never take a free dell ever not even an XPS. as I have said many other times I am telling about MY experience and what I have read on DELL's website and no the adapter is not covered with the "extra" 4 year plan and what not my school got all of us to survive the whole 4 years of college. but my main point stands i like ho you didnt quote that part that I have to wait for it I have to actually have downtime....in the time in which I should be doing school work or wateva I do not have the laptop but for an apple laptop you can expedite it by going to the store and getting it immediately. its great that you have a different story but I am telling mine... and honestly I have never met dumber tech support in my life then when i talked to them wow I had huge migraines ugh..but thats off topic sorry. continuing on "certain instances" that means sometimes but with apple's it is covered EVERY TIME!... I mean honestly how did you make any bit of a smart comment it can be covered for 5 years but the battery is not which i said was one year so you agreed with me and then certain SPECIAL ppl get batteries after the year...the special instances are usually defects from DELL but thats not everyone even though somebody had payed for the 4 year plan and yet i pay for the 3 year plan with apple and I know that it is covered I dont need to wonder maybe it might be...
Again, you are incorrect. I worked for DELL for two years, so I know each and everyone of their policies backwards and forwards. Every part besides the battery is covered for the duration of the service contract. Also, when a part is defective ( or "accidentally" damaged when you have a complete care contract), it is shipped out next business day. The only exception is if you call dell after 5pm your time on thursday, friday, saturday, or sunday. As they normally only ship parts during the business week.

Also for the extra price an apple costs, you buy five batteries for your dell.

Regarding how wlong your battery lasts, depends on how many times you charge and drain the battery, there isn't really a specific time frame, just a number of charge cycles before it internally wears out.

I am planning on purchasing a macbook for my fiancee soon. A Macbook is what it is, overpriced, but my fiancee works in the journalism field as an editor for a newspaper, and the software they use for laying out the paper is mac software. Macs are a niche market, and I don't dislike them, but it cannot be argued that their hardware is overpriced.

Also to note my fiancee currently has an dell inspiron 5100 that went out of contract 2 years ago, and I just had the ac adapter replaced a week ago. You just got to know their policies. In her instance the cord was fraying and causing a safety hazard, which they will jump through hoops to take care of something that could potentially injure their customers. Also, her computer gets hot to point where it almost burns you to touch, so she will probably be getting a new system, after I make a call to tech support.

I am not trying to get in a flame war with anyone, but I did not want to see something wrong fly under the radar. As, I would hope someone would point out my mistakes if it occurs.

Bottom line, it is floats your boat, who cares what Windows/Linux/OSX fanboys think, run what works for you.
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Originally Posted by Choggs396 View Post
Honest question:

With Mac's current OS, is it possible to open and/or modify Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files (legally)? Just curious.
Yeah, lol.

I used to have Office 2004 and just bought Office 2008 for my MacBook. Office 2004 was for PPC Macs and 2008 is designed for Intel Macs.
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Again, you are incorrect. I worked for DELL for two years, so I know each and everyone of their policies backwards and forwards. Every part besides the battery is covered for the duration of the service contract. Also, when a part is defective ( or "accidentally" damaged when you have a complete care contract), it is shipped out next business day. The only exception is if you call dell after 5pm your time on thursday, friday, saturday, or sunday. As they normally only ship parts during the business week.
again I was saying MY experience and in my experiecnec when I called about my tethered adapter I was told it has been more than a year and we do not cover it...so you might know all the ins and outs but when a customer who wasnt part of the dell customer service calls and is told that we really dont have many other choices... and then Apple stores around my house close around 10 and so do the genius bars inside it so I can go there till 10 to get my cord replaced or go next morning...again shipping is NEVER certain many things can happen as in delay and sometimes carriers make mistakes...apple has taken that problem out. the same goes for the store being open 7 days a week so the whole purpose of calling me wrong was on a wrong basis. My point was i can get it the same day not one day shipping so i get it next day. I get a problem I go to the store which is 15 mins away from my house walk in get an appointment get it looked at and im outta there with my problem fixed(this being basic stuff like battery replacement and charger replacement) I do not have to wait for the next day to do my work and wait for the UPS or whateva carrier guy (they usually arrive around 3pm at my house and I head out to school at around 11.30 so not worth it to me) so you see in my stand point i have a problem I can get it fixed same day and it will be done and not have to actualy wait a whole day without a laptop.

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Also for the extra price an apple costs, you buy five batteries for your dell.
well serious please show us the facts of this it costs around 300 dollars for a dell battery... so 5 batteries x 300 is $1500 so you are saying that a mac costs 1500 dollars more than a DELL? hmm thats nice since like the past 5 pages have shown ppls configs and usually the maximum it exceeds in price is about a grand and the one I am comparing is the macbook which goes for around 1500 with a good config and ALOT of 1st party software which you dont get on dells and such...so you get your DELLs for free huh?? because theres a 1500 dollar difference (as you stated above) and a macbook usually costs aound 1500 so i think you can do the math on that.

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Regarding how wlong your battery lasts, depends on how many times you charge and drain the battery, there isn't really a specific time frame, just a number of charge cycles before it internally wears out.
I used my macbook no differently than my dell but it lasts longer I wonder why??



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A Macbook is what it is, overpriced, but my fiancee works in the journalism field as an editor for a newspaper, and the software they use for laying out the paper is mac software. Macs are a niche market, and I don't dislike them, but it cannot be argued that their hardware is overpriced.
I would like to argue that... in a macbook pro yes very over priced in many areas... as well as the ram upgrade very overpriced but I never said to increase it with apple..you can always remove the regualr ram and get ram from newegg or anything close to you and have it replaced to up to 4GB if you need it (never really needed)... the macbooks are not overpriced and as you can see above The Hundred Gunner says it again and again the little premium you do pay is for a whole bunch of great 1st party software and no malware crap and spyware crap that comes with dells.

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Also to note my fiancee currently has an dell inspiron 5100 that went out of contract 2 years ago, and I just had the ac adapter replaced a week ago. You just got to know their policies. In her instance the cord was fraying and causing a safety hazard, which they will jump through hoops to take care of something that could potentially injure their customers. Also, her computer gets hot to point where it almost burns you to touch, so she will probably be getting a new system, after I make a call to tech support.
yet again they might jump through hoops for you but when someone who has there first laptop with them and is new to the whole thing not helppful at all... as i said above told me it wasnt covered and the manager said the same thing to me.

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Bottom line, it is floats your boat, who cares what Windows/Linux/OSX fanboys think, run what works for you.
I wouldnt say fanboy but I agree run what you want and how you want to
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I want to get a mac laptop but I wonder if I can play CSS or COD4 on it??
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I want to get a mac laptop but I wonder if I can play CSS or COD4 on it??
Certainly, but you'll probably have to install Windows in order for it to work.

Ask THG, he know more about that than I do.
    
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I want to get a mac laptop but I wonder if I can play CSS or COD4 on it??
All you need to do is run Vista/XP through Bootcamp or get a program like darwine or Cross Over.
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Oh that's nice. Btw, is it intergrated graphic? I don't see option for graphic chip on MB order page.
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