It has been a long time since the PC world migrated away from churning out beige boxes, but major manufacturers have been slow to adopt industrial design standards which can keep up with clean, well-thought-out hardware produced by Apple. There have been periodic flashes of inspiration from Sony and Shuttle, the results, however, have been inconsistent.
With the advent of the Intel-based Mac, speculation of Windows running on an Apple Macintosh has, of course, abounded. With Apple’s latest announcement of “Boot Camp”, an app which allow an Intel-based Mac to dual boot to Windows and Mac OS, we’re sure to see increased adoption of the Mac platform. Users who are willing to pay the premium price of a Mac will no longer have to worry about the issues of incompatibility with the business world.
Seriously, which computer do you thing a grownup is going to buy? (Sorry Michael Dell)