I'm in the market for a lightweight notebook equivalent to last gen sentia's. So Sager, Uniwill, etc will work,
It needs to have a pcmcia slot though, I can't remember if the Sentia's had one or not.
If not, then any...
I haven't experienced any ghosting. I had some from my old Dell 9300 though, but none from the MBP.
also, if you are daring enough, they found out that the ati x1600 in the MacBookPro are underclocked quite a bit.....
I got the same MacBookPro you're looking at, except I added 1 gig of RAM.
Personally it runs CS:Source perfectly, I turn off HDR though, cuz I don't need/want it, lol.
I haven't ran WoW on it, since I dont' play it, but I cannot...
Originally Posted by VanillaEps
How did you realize that 512MB of RAM wasn't enough? What type of applications/programs were you running?
Even just doing simple stuff like surfin the web, and listening...
Originally Posted by bluemoose
Just wondering if you don't have the processor whine, or if it's the "best computer purchase" in spite of it.
I'm also starting to hear of a few people...
I think it'd be worth buying, unless you just want Windows. What I do at work is use Parallel's ( a VMWare clone for OS X) to run Windows programs, test stuff, etc. It runs extremely fast for being a virtual machine, I can watch videos...
I got a Powerbook that I don't use anymore since I got a MacbookPro.
Nothing is wrong with it, no physical blemishes that I can think of.
1.33ghz G4 Processor
1.25 Gigs RAM