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Can it be that people know so little about mac?


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I randomly stumbled upon this macmini review a few minutes ago. Though I do not personally own one, I own several mac computers, and this guys problems with the mini seem to be blanket issues he has with mac computers period. I found his "issues" to be rediculous, and it made him seem unworthy of his place in the tech review department. Maybe its just me though.

http://www.divisiontwo.com/articles/MacMini2.html
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Yea but you can't argue with a fanboy...

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You can when said fanboy is whining about not being able to use Norton, adaware, etc.
You don't need that junk! He may as well complain that his car with an automatic transmission has no clutch pedal.
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Good Comparison... Lol :spook:

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That joke

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My god, not that again. I think this was posted a long time ago here. The dood is full of it but it maybe just him taking a poke at Apple for the fun of it. Everything he says is totaly wrong. CApplications. hahahahahah!!

He tried to install a Windows version of Office 2003! hahahahahahahahahhaha!!

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youre right. just did quick search in minimac/imac, and it was there. apologies.
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Umm, I think this article is a joke one......... again.
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