Funny how all those netbooks selling with Windows don't seem to strike Microsoft as 'a little too small.'The son replies, "it’s a little too small," while touching a MacBook White.
Ah, yes, Blu-ray...if money's an issue for this family, bet they're gonna love the cost of blank discs! Or maybe they watch their movies on that little notebook screen.Eventually the mother and son find a Sony Vaio, to which the pair expresses glee at the inclusion of Blu-ray -- something definitely not available on Macs...
You post then wade in with your comments. Hypocrisy. It's a public forum for sharing just such comments.Richard please keep your fanboy comments to yourself.
For many people 'doing it on Windows' isn't the same as 'doing it on Mac,' though I suppose that's a matter of individual taste & opinion.I don't have an extra $1000 to spend on a machine that does exactly the same thing I would do on Windows.
No trolling to it. I made rational observations based on what I saw, no more inflammatory than a number of anti-Mac comments I've seen posted in response to some of the articles.Wow. Talk about trolling and fail fanboy.
I didn't 'fail to realize' any such thing. I've got a MacPro and I'm well aware it's an Intel processor; after all, it can double as PC via Bootcamp if so desired. I didn't see the need to point out that Macs use Intel processors; I assume the people posting here already know that.For noticing that the OS is a key difference but then failing to realize that either OS runs on x86 instruction sets (That would be all AMD and Intel cpus). PC's don't run Mac OS because it's ILLEGAL. A hackintosh itself is easy to set up for the computer literate. On the other hand, Microsoft has no qualms with a Mac user installing a Windows OS.