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October 20, 2010


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Ditto from me concerning your Mac comments. The Mac still has some issues, but it is worth the higher price vs. going Windows IMO.

What's interesting is that it is mostly the Mac hardware that is expensive. I purchased iWork for $79 which would be equivalent to my use of MicrosoftOffice, and Office 2010 is $279.99. The same is true for OS upgrades it seems - costs under $100. To upgrade from XP Pro to Windows 7 Pro would cost $199. At the end of the day I don't think Mac is that much more expensive, if at all.

And with Mac now being based on BSD there are MANY applications available to it. And the desktop industry is taking notice of Mac and things like GoToMeeting natively work on Mac.

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