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Now I work in the creative business - I'm a 3D visual FX animator. And I need great hardware that performsuggs on clearance
, is reliable and long-lasting (so good support is a plus).
The PCs I build are great - for $1k I can build a really nice, up-to-date machine. But when things go wrongugg boots clearance usa
, I have to deal with it myself.
Three years ago I bought a Mac Pro, and I swear I've never looked back. I still use my PCs, since the software I use is spread between Mac & PC anyway, but for pure peace of mind I can't fault the Mac. The OSugg boots sale clearance
, Apple's approach to software pricing (they price software lower than MS because they make the money from the hardware), high standards and user experience is second-to-none.
I recently bought myself and my wife a Macbook Pro and Macbook (late 2008 unibody editions) and my god they are incredible.
My XPS Gen 2 is like an unwiedly, unfriendly troll in comparison. A friend has a more recent Dell model (renamed to M series), and it's not much improved.
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, and it's working. Microsoft...they can't seem to settle on a plan, they're like headless chickens and they seem to have forgotten what business they're in. "I'm a PC"? Er, Macs are Personal Computers too. It should have been "I'm a Windows user".
They missed a trick. They're missing lots of tricks. They've lost the plot...the X Factor is no-where to be seen.
I'll continue to buy expensive Macs because I want an easy life in my advancing yearsugg boot clearance
, and don't want the stress of fighting against an operating system. And I'm not made of money. These aren't Ford vs. Ferrari prices...they're more like Ford vs. BMW... but the quality really is Ford vs. Ferrari.
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