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January 16, 2008

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JohnLocked

If you want firewire and physical network connectivity- get a Macbook/Pro. This is a jet-set, on the go, lightweight surfboard- not a humvee! Ideal for plane and train!

I think the fact that you can remotely boot this laptop through Remote Disk is incredible- wireless boot from an install disc! let's see Dell do that.

Sean

Dell doesn't have to do that, because it has an optical drive. Additionally, if I were flying and taking this with me, I would want an optical drive to watch a DVD. Lay off the cool-aid, Mr. Locke.

Paul P.

I guess if there was people who bought the Apple TV and the iPod Touch some will buy this too...

lief

lol@apple

haha. i was just talking about this yesterday with my boss... apples are for designers who have just finished *insert university degree here*. Its like an automatic car transmission compared to a manual transmission, it's easier to drive but lacks the same depth of fun and immersion.

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