Question about Apple MacBook Pro Laptop Computer with Intel Duo Core 15.4 Inch PC Notebook
I am stumped between an apple laptop or a pc....there is a big difference in price....could you tell me why you might buy an apple and why you would buy a pc? Thanks
Why would anyone even ask such a question. Buy the Mac!
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
The main difference is software and games to me. With an Apple, you are using a computer that is versatile and easy to use. It's also geared towards professional applications with an emphasis towards creative services - arts, entertainment, marketing, music, video, etc. Windows is a fully functional system that has considerable weaknesses with respect to viruses and general stability. The upside of Windows is that there are more games and applications that can be used for usually a cheaper price. Plus, many internet games and applications are also written for Windows. Though this is far less of an issue than in years past. If you're only using the computer for family entertainment and games, I would probably recommend Windows. If you're looking for a system that fully operates on both platforms (Windows and Apple) and you plan to keep the computer for more than two years, you'd probably need to consider an Apple.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
You would buy a mac for the operating system called OS X. It contains no viruses, and is generally more stable than windows. It also includes Great software that helps you make a website, edit your photos, edit videos quickly and easily, make music (even with built in instruments and beats) and make DVD Menus. You also get great support for a mac. You can even run windows. I have many macs and love them all.
You would use a pc if you want a slow cheap computer that makes word documents and not much else (aka a bargain PC) most of the decision is what you want to do. what do you want to do with the computer?
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
You get what you pay for, Machintosh makes the hardware, and writes the operating system. No other computer manufacturer can say that. Plus you can run windows on a mac.....better than it runs on a pc. ANd your mac will be around alot longer. And if you value your time, and how it equals money, you dont want to be pulling your hair out while your on an out sourced call to the other side of the planet to get a walk through by someone reading instructions of another computer on drivers or what not that didnt come with the operating system. Not to mention the 2 hrs you will need to install the operating system, because you know it doesnt come preinstalled like a mac. In addition to all the virus, spyware, pop up windows and malicious sotwares you'll have to keep deleting every other week...........its no contest.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
DON'T BUY A PC!!!!!! Get the mac. A mac can do everything a pc can... and more. I recently got a pc... BIGGEST MISTAKE of my life. Vista crashed on me every 30 minutes and then one day the computer stopped turning on at all. Buying a pc will probably end up costing you tons of time and money. Macs are super reliable and they actually work!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Normally I would say use BlueTooth, but the i930 does not have Bluetooth.
I would look into using this software - http://www.pocketmac.net/products/devices/motorola_i930.html
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
Your Macbook should automaticaly find the best resolution, if everything was OK. Is there any HDMI input on the dell projector? What projector is it? Is there is an HDMI input, you can use a HDMI to mini DVI cable: better picture and sound than VGA, and will probably solve your problem
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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