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10-09-2008 @ 7:29PM
The guy's gone for one installment and you turn his column into a tribute to Macs? The nerve of some people...
10-09-2008 @ 7:37PM
Are you serious? Grow up.
10-09-2008 @ 8:22PM
There are a lot of people that play WoW on a Mac. We deal with the focus being on PCs 99% of the time without having a tantrum and calling it a 'tribute'.
10-09-2008 @ 11:14PM
This is a good opportunity for WowInsider to encourage people to upgrade their setups to the more secure and better designed Mac platform. The WoW community can benefit from more people being introduced to Mac. WoW Blogging can benefit from more efficient digital imaging. Machinima can benefit from enhanced video editing.Security is obviously another motivating reason to go Mac. That point really needs no elaboration.
10-10-2008 @ 12:13AM
I don't see how anyone would trade a Windows or Linux PC for a $1500 mac. It's easy to use a mac, it's also easy to stick your hand in a woodchipper...
10-10-2008 @ 12:52AM
Can't get a Mac, then I can't played Warhammer. :P
10-10-2008 @ 12:13PM
Uhm... When was this topic intended to be a Mac vs PC debate? The majority of people who I know play games other than WoW on their computer, 95% of which arent Mac compatible. Changing platform for one game seems a bit much, even if it is with other benefits, most of which have to be paid for. Most of the Mac's signature apps only come as part of iLife anyway
11-12-2008 @ 4:52PM
Mac isn't any more expensive than a PC based Laptop with the same specs. The only time macs get "expensive" or "overpriced" is when you pay for upgrades through the mac store instead of just buying the same parts at a PC store. RAM for mac is at 40% markup. But any advanced mac user with something between their ears knows the cheap road is to use "non apple" parts that work just as well (even better sometimes) for a significant reduction in price.I play WoW on a Mac, then I just switch to WinXP when I want to play other games (I'm looking at you, Warhammer). I don't need to switch machines because my system is effectively two. A high end PC based laptop and a Macintosh System. I prefer OSX, but the bones underneath the skin are the same as those underneath Windows Systems.
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