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Macs Rule!

Once again, i fall into the Apple hypnosis. They put out great looking, out of date products for idiots like me to snap up. well, i've done it again since the demise of my powerbook. this time, i've added a Mac Mini to the line up. so far, i must say that it's working very well, considering i've used it for a whole week. yeah, it's slow... the only difference from the first generation Mac Mini is the 512MB RAM, the additional bluetooth and WiFi. woo... but hey, when one is desperately in need of a computer, there's no one else to turn to. with the addition of my current 20 inch Apple display and Apple Keyboard... and the recently reviewed Mighty Mouse my desktop is complete. so with a back up computer at hand, the sky's the limit... for now. there's nothing more important than backing up your computer, and for this i am so glad i have my trusty LaCie 250GB. [equipbug]

If you are looking for a cheap Mac, with Tiger, iLife 05, and the bare bones hardware, this is definitely the way to go. it costs 499.00 USD and even less for small business or education. the compact size allows the Mini to fit snugly below the computer monitor and it really frees up a lot of space. the draw back? it's a G4 1.45Ghz, it's slower than the any of the other Apple desktops...(except the eMac perhaps) over all, i'm cautiously satisfied with the purchase.
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