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Old 08-10-2007, 06:22 AM   #9
Cristen Gillespie
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KT: (I got close to a decade with my Mac II, way back when; when everything went at a slower pace.)
I've begun to distrust the idea that if I spend twice as much on a tower, it will last twice as long. I can see how some people really need the tower. They need RAID, they need a lot more RAM, they need the best video card money can buy, etc. But they'll be looking to replace in 3 years, too. Or at least that's what I read on various forums.

I'll wait for reviews, but if the iMac serves well enough now, I'll likely not spend the extra on the Mac Pro. The monitor is worriseom, but the Mac Pro is not a little extra, at least not when I first compared the Intel iMac to the Mac Pro. That was why I decided the iMac has been good enough for me thus far and I could probably continue to live without the latest and greatest.

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