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  • ctdonath
    Mar 23, 09:08 AM
    it's quite gimmicky to only talk about interface transfer rates when the real performance is dependent on the hard drives.

    Well, the discussion is about interface - point being that Thunderbolt-enabled devices will be available soon (days vs. years per the snide remark). Indeed, if the drives aren't fast enough to keep up then yes the bottleneck will be the drives - so the bottleneck won't be the interface, and the bottleneck won't be lack of anything to plug into the Mac's Thunderbolt port.

    Funny how people will ignore the overarching real win to pick at a minor theoretical fail. There WILL be a bottleneck somewhere in the processor/memory/local-storage/interface/buffer/external-storage data chain short of perfect balance; I'm glad you're satisfied you'll always have something to point at and go "Ha-ha!". Twit.

    ETA: Two 500GB 7200RPM RAID 0 drives should be pretty fast. Quick check on a random such drive and kicking around some numbers gives around 2GB/s sustained. Fine, you win, we can transfer that HD movie in 2.5 minutes instead of 30 seconds ... unless, say, we daisy-chain 5 of these LaCie drives together to saturate the pipeline. You have an application where this matters?

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  • jz1492
    Nov 13, 05:42 PM
    I don't see Apple as the client. After all, they didn't ask for the app. They didn't provide any kind of spec, or put out an RFP, or specify any guidelines as to what it should do. To me they are more of an unwanted kibbutzer looking over my shoulder. On more than one occasion I've had Apple reject updates that did things my customers really wanted, for dumb reasons (usually reasons that they could have asserted for the 20 updates I did prior to that point).

    It's no different than Walmart, Sears, PepBoys, etc choosing their suppliers from what becomes available and is proposed to them. Some of it is necessary and they look for it, like produce or clothes or spare parts, or when Apple courted some big software developers and seeded them with unreleased tools. But the majority is from suppliers courting the distributors.

    You may invent the next "green thing" and then what? Time to beat the path to the distributors, convince them and sign some thick contracts accepting every single condition they've put in place.

    It's not your store. They set the terms and conditions. Want to sell it by yourself in your own store? Sure you can, but most people would actually rather shop at Walmart. ;)

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  • maclaptop
    Apr 28, 03:29 PM
    It's a great result!

    History in the making.

    Cheers To The "Kids" from Cupertino :)

    Woz will be proud.

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  • topmounter
    Apr 4, 12:00 PM
    Head Shot. Well done. :apple:

    +1 Mall Cop Hall of Fame :cool:

    And popping a headshot on a guy in a moving car trying to run you over isn't luck... something tells me this "mall cop" hasn't always been a mall cop.

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  • shartypants
    Apr 28, 04:16 PM
    he he, time Microsoft took some Viagra in its old age ;)

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  • ucfgrad93
    Apr 25, 02:29 AM
    Well I will openly admit that I have a low opinion of those who get burned in investment scams. If you're stupid enough to think you're going to get the kind of returns promised to you by the likes of Madoff, then you deserve to lose your money. But that's off topic.


    No, I think it is right on target. Because, it shows your attitude in life. Your mom or you cause an accident on purpose, to teach a valid lesson (as you put it), but the other person is to blame for not being courteous. Someone scams people out of money, but it is the victims' fault for being stupid.:rolleyes:

    It clearly shows that you think that if you are strong enough or smart enough that you are entitled to take whatever you can without thought to legality or what is morally right or wrong.

    I find it sad, that at 16 you are morally and ethically bankrupt.

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  • TallManNY
    Apr 22, 08:22 AM
    If single use ownership is the wave of the future and that results in people buying more stuff, stuff like CDs, DVDs, and Digital Books which are basically infinite unconstrained resources (i.e., no supply issue for any of these), then prices for them will go down. So this is unlikely to be a negative for the consumer.

    I have my iPhone with me at all times and it has enough songs on it that I don't feel constrained. So streaming doesn't seem too exciting. Also, I doubt AT&T's New York cell coverage will be able to handle it to make this a nice experience.

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  • Lershac
    Apr 22, 11:12 PM
    I've heard this request from a lot of people on this forum. Is this really a deal breaker for you? the screen isn't bright enough at night to illuminate the keys that you need a separate source of light?

    Yes it is a deal breaker. I actually spend quite a bit of time in bed after lights out surfing and reading, keeping up with stuff (I am doing it at this moment) with the brightness at the lowest level +1 to not disturb my wife, and its definitely not enough to see the keyboard.

    I also like it for taking notes in a dark presentation room. I got the newer air and returned it after a week (and gladly paid the restocking fee) because of this alone. I really liked the reduced weight and bulk, didnt miss the optical drive, but I gotta have that keyboard backlit.

    right now I tend to use the ipad when I am just reading, but when I have to type it gets awkward, so I break out a laptop.

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  • PhatBoyG
    May 3, 11:54 AM
    Surely I'm not the only one who's noticed that the i7 is slower than the i5, and that the Radeon HD 6970M is slower than the 6750M.

    Whaaaaa? :confused:

    The baselines are different when you click the different models. The 6970M is most definitely faster than the 6750M.

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  • Subiklim
    Aug 23, 04:40 PM

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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 20, 01:17 PM
    Law abiding people have nothing to fear. I guess that makes Anne Frank, the subjects of McCarthy, etc. etc. criminals. It's a good thing they didn't have iPhones.

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  • bbplayer5
    Apr 4, 11:42 AM
    and i was all like.. PEW PEW PEW

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  • Tonewheel
    Apr 4, 12:51 PM
    Unless that guard's life was in danger, there was no reason to shoot anyone, especially in the head. The placement of that shot was no accident.

    That being said, I'm sure there are a lot of facts we don't know. Innocent until proven guilty, of course.

    Your last paragraph is the only one you should have posted.

    40 shots were reported to have been exchanged. FORTY. I'd say lives were most definitely in danger, and a trained law enforcement officer is not taught "shoot to hurt." You take down your target and end the ordeal.

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  • speakerwizard
    Sep 9, 11:22 AM
    Dont know if anyone will bother reading this far in but these new imac core2duos still have the same 667mhz bus speed as before, we wont see new bus speeds till nearly a year from now i hear, that sucks, this system could probably warp ahead with a better bus speed, i wanna upgrade from my g5 dual 2.7 (1.35ghz bus speed if i remember right) but im not sure how much diffference it would really make to me, and going mac to an imac from a powermac is a bit odd for me (im a 3d animator) there are pros and cons but im still tempted, main think holding me back is an intel maya, although i could always bootcamp windows and use that version!

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  • jouster
    May 3, 09:16 PM
    iRacing with Bootcamp and x-plane should be amazing w/ this set-up ;-)

    And Trackir...

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  • Dagless
    Apr 30, 06:41 PM
    people need to catch up, why do people keep asking about crisis... it is old news in the graphical world....

    the last 2 generations could play crisis and crisis 2 in bootcamp
    Well it's old but it still surpasses an awful lot of modern games. Plus the worlds are open, more beautiful and more demanding than all this Call of Duty stuff that's popular at the moment.

    The GPU offerings will most likely be the following:
    Low end 21.5" - 6490M rebranded as a 6450
    High end 21.5" and low end 27" - 6750M rebranded as a 6570 or 6670
    High end 27" - 6950M rebranded as a 6750 or 6770

    Just looked those up, they don't seem too bad. So long as I can play Borderlands, UT3 and Valves software at max (maybe not max res on that 27"!) then I'll be fine.

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  • jeff1977
    Mar 29, 02:24 PM
    Just FYI...

    File size wouldn't affect performance at all, as long as you're copying between locations on the same drive. The "file" that you see in the GUI is actually a link to a location on disk where your data is; all the OS has to move is the link, which is very tiny.

    Thanks for clarifying that for me! I don't like doing things that I'm not sure about. As I said, my being unsure stemmed from windows that would sometimes come up in older versions of Photoshop, when closing, that mentioned clipboard sizes being too large. Or something along those lines. Again, thanks.

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  • jacg
    Oct 12, 04:58 PM
    Apparently Sting is to be involved in the launch of the brown Zune. 5% will go to fight diarrhoea in Africa.


    (PS don't flame me. Diarrhoea, unlike the brown zune, is not a laughing matter.)

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  • DaveK
    Sep 13, 11:17 PM
    I'm hoping for something a little more than a slicker LG Chocolate that syncs with iLife.

    Hs anyone seen the Synaptics Onyx? It's only a prototype, or is it?

    Now this seems like the iPhone to me. I want an easily cleanable, hard to scratch touch screen, impeccable voice recognition, an onscreen clickwheel, and great text to speech, ala Alex from the Leopard demo to read me my e-mail while I'm driving to work, and iChat. Not asking for much am I?

    I am also waiting for the day when Steve, while showing a new portable product, has the battery die on him. He plugs in the charger and makes the usual sheepish excuses about how this wasn't supposed to happen and stalls for about a minute to explain some of the other new features. He then picks up the unit and announces that while he was talking the unit has 80% of it's charge due to a new battery they are introducing today.

    It's the Toshiba "Super Charge Battery"

    Now if they can only make the batteries not ignite. Shoot, I seem to have misplaced my Flying Car keys.

    Mar 30, 12:56 PM
    Scotch tape.

    In the UK its sellotape ( got the spelling correct ) to refer to sticky tape.

    "Don't sellotape the paper to the wall, the paint will come off!"

    Scotch tape is a brand name of sticky tape, as is sellotape.

    Anonymous Freak
    May 3, 04:07 PM
    Because the iMac Display mode apparently is Thunderbolt-dependent, not backward compatible with DisplayPort-only systems, I wonder if this means you will be able to daisy-chain iMacs? For example, have one iMac in the center as the master; two iMacs (one on either side) each connected via Thunderbolt to the center, acting as two displays. Then, could you slave two more Cinema Displays (or any DisplayPort monitor, even more iMacs!) from those two 'outer' iMacs for a total of five displays? Apple said in the first generation of ThunderBolt systems that they could support two displays per Thunderbolt port with daisy-chaining, and AMD's chips can support up to 6 displays.

    Sep 12, 03:03 PM
    My only problem is there doesn't seem to be an education discount right now on the new iPods. Just 249 and 349. :confused:

    Sep 14, 08:21 AM
    My take on this: Apple releases new MBP's next week and Aperture 2 at the special event. Kind of like they did with the iMac vs the movie downloads.

    Btw, the 24th is a Sunday ... has Apple ever released anything on a Sunday? Or held an event?

    Mar 29, 11:38 AM
    What a waste of space. The time distance between now and 2015 is 4 years. The iPhone didn't even exist four years ago, and is now the king of the mountain. Who knows what new technology Apple or others will come up between during the next four years. Asinine.

    It is highly likely that at some point Apple will release a cost reduced iPhone, for example... whilst a large proportion of Nokia's customers aren't getting Nokia SmartPhones, and might resist moving to WP7 devices, however 'FeaturePhone-ised' they are made.