said by Metatron2008:
Whatever. Last I looked at a Mac Pro they used the i7 processors.
And the fact that the Mac Pro uses A Xeon that is EXACTLY THE SAME as my 1366 but has ECC or support for multiple cpus is not helping your point.
Obviously you've never looked at a Mac Pro then.
Your point is that Macs are too expensive. Either you're a Windows fanboy, or you are simply angry that another individual has more cash to drop on a desktop than you do. When I bought my Mac Pro, I knew I was getting a desktop that used quality parts with an OS that is 10x more stable (and less of a resource hog) than the piece of shit Vista is. Windows 7 is obviously a different story, and I've got my copy pre-ordered and a bootcamp partition waiting. You like PCs, I like Macs, get over yourself.
As far as your comment earlier:
And other devices that handle media? You mean the same way pcs handle media, or things like Wii, Xbox 360, PS3?
Please consult a grade school English teacher regarding reading comprehension. I said "PORTABLE" devices.
Music seller? The slowly collapsing music industry now makes you a king of media?
What the hell does the "collapsing music industry" have to do with Apple and iTunes? I mentioned the fact that iTunes is the largest "music store" with the most customers, and that is your response? Considering Apple sells not only music, but movies, podcasts, and TV Shows, I'd say "yes", they are the king of media in combination with their highly popular portable
(there's that word again) devices.