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    EDIT-XTREEM's Avatar
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    Why???
    I did this on another forum and it worked well, it is a bit of a game, You need to say why you 'needed' a mac.. , what the mac does for you, what did you need to do to get the mac, what you like about the mac, and what you would change!!
    Mac Pro (Early 2009) 8 Core 2.26 GHz, 6 GB Ram, 640 GB Drive. Dell 2408WFP.

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    I'll start, I 'needed' a mac for Final Cut, with final cut, i feel like spielberg, i took alot of hard work, i love the sleek disign both with the os and the computer its self, i would add a dual proccesser to the iMac!
    Mac Pro (Early 2009) 8 Core 2.26 GHz, 6 GB Ram, 640 GB Drive. Dell 2408WFP.

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    Specs:
    ibook G4 14in
    needed a mac because i broke my pc. an ibook specifically because i was doing some travel. i ordered my bto online but almost canceled because i didn't know if my ibook would get here before i would have left. i was very close to buying a 12in powerbook as a replacement in the applestore. my mac is my digital hub, all my music and pictures, it's how i keep in touch, my little entertainment and work center. i love how everything works seemlessly and is very intuitive to use on the mac. the os is elegant and you can't beat the apple design.

    not much to change, a dual proc. g4 would have been nice back when i would have bought it and a slightly more powerful graphics card, but i guess sacrafices have to be made for the great battery life.


    my apple is bling *tisk tisk, you shouldn't have any bling.. just nice things*

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