Wooo I'am Getting A iMac!!!!!!

Discussion in 'General Apple Chat' started by Khaos, Mar 30, 2008.

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So, What Did You Think Of Your iMac?

  1. Yes, i am happy i bought it

    25.0%
  2. No, i wish i bought something else

    10.0%
  3. I AM SO HAPPY I BOUGHT IT!!!!!!

    35.0%
  4. IT SUCKS AND I RETURNED IT!!!!!!

    30.0%
  1. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    iPhone 4 (Black)
    Specs:


    Warranty Terms - Parts
    1 year limited

    Warranty Terms - Labor

    1 year limited

    Product Height
    20.5"

    Product Width

    22.4"

    Product Weight
    25.4 lbs.

    Product Depth
    8.1"

    Processor Brand
    Intel®

    Processor
    Intel® Core(TM)2 Duo Desktop

    Processor Speed

    2.4GHz

    Screen Size
    24"

    System Bus

    800MHz

    Cache Memory
    4MB at die Level 2

    System Memory (RAM)

    4GB

    Type of Memory (RAM)

    DDR2 SDRAM

    Hard Drive Type
    Serial ATA (7200 rpm)

    Hard Drive Size

    320GB

    Graphics
    ATI RADEON HD 2600 PRO

    Video Memory

    256MB GDDR3

    TV Tuner

    No

    MPEG
    Yes

    Audio

    Microphone; headphone audio line-out; optical digital audio line-in

    Speakers

    Built-in stereo with 24W digital amplifier

    Built-in Web Cam

    Yes

    Modem
    None

    Network Card

    Built-in 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)

    Wireless Networking

    Built-in Airport Extreme wireless networking (802.11b/g/n); Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR

    Recordable DVD Drive

    Yes, double-layer DVD±RW/CD-RW

    Recordable DVD Drive Speeds
    4x DVD+R DL; 4x DVD-R DL; 8x8x8 DVD+RW; 8x6x8 DVD-RW; 24x16x24 CD-RW

    Direct-Disc Labeling

    No

    Digital Media Reader or Slots
    No

    Diskette Drive
    No

    Total Expansion Bays

    No expansion bays

    Total Expansion Slots
    No expansion slots

    USB 2.0 Ports
    5 (3 on iMac, 2 on keyboard)

    IEEE 1394 Ports
    2 (one 800 Mbps, one 400 Mbps)

    S-Video Outputs

    None

    Serial Ports

    None

    Parallel Ports

    None

    Game Ports

    None

    Keyboard Description

    Apple

    Other Control Devices (mouse, etc.)

    Apple Mighty Mouse, Apple remote

    Operating System
    Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard"

    Software Included
    Time Machine, Quick Look, Spaces, Spotlight, Dashboard, Mail, iChat AV, Safari, Address Book, QuickTime, iCal, DVD Player, Xcode, Developer Tools, iLife '08 (includes iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb, GarageBand), Front Row, Photo Booth and more
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    So after reading all that, what are your opinions on an iMac?
  2. SUPERBXD

    SUPERBXD Member

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    lol i'm not sure , but i would like to get a MAC but they are expensive in my case. good for you for getting a mac , now Get the SDK ! lol
  3. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Congrats on the Mac!

    Best investment you've ever made

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  4. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    Sweet...should i get parallels, or fusion? which ones better?
  5. Ttall11

    Ttall11 New Member

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    that is the best thing i have ever seen
    get VMWare
    you can mix he windows apps with the macs apps
    instead of havinng a windows "window" and a mac screen
    ex. you can drag photo booth in front of microsoft word (pc version)
  6. drkassassin

    drkassassin New Member

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    i would use bootcamp
    more stability if u really want to use windows
  7. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    If you just want to Virtualize, I'd go VMWare, its more stable and easier to use.

    But yeah, Boot Camp if you want the Full Windows Experience.

    Go with Vista

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    XP is dead!
  8. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    Well, then does windows boot just as fast as mac does? because i know with boot camp, you have to restart the computer
  9. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Depends on how many programs you install.

    Mac OS X Naturally boots fast

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    Windows boots OK. Not crazy long.

    Like people have said, the best Windows Machine is a Mac

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    With Boot Camp, you are running Windows NATIVELY on the Mac. Its as if you were running a Windows Machine.

    To boot into Windows, hold the Alt/Option key when your turn on your Computer.

    If you ever need more help with Mac OS X or your Mac, just IM me.
  10. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    k thx for the info

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