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Re: laptop for live music
Good point, Per. My wife and I were just talking about that this morning.
Apple will only be doing this with their notebooks, not desktops, for now,
but I'm anxious to see the results. Every year, Intel presents their
processor design strategy to Apple with the hope that they will establish a
partnership with them...it finally came through. And now my wife will
me to by an Apple notebook! With a spouse that works for Intel, I would
have never heard the end of it if I had bought an Apple...that would be
her buying a Dell personal computer. We try to support each others'
----- Original Message -----
From: "Per Boysen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 29, 2005 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: laptop for live music
On 30 dec 2005, at 00.25, Kris Hartung wrote:
> I'm waiting until the new Centrino dual core units come out.... :)
> soon. Mabye one will be in a Thinkpad....damn, that would be cool.
I don't need any more computers right now but if I was shopping for a
lappy I would hold on for a while to check out the new Intel-Apple
machines that are just around the corner. Combining Pentium Power
with OS X stability and efficiency - what could be better for music?
It would be fantastic if those machines will also be able to boot XP
as well (or some XP hack). All my favorite music software run best on
OS X (Numerology, MetaSynth, Logic, Augustus Loop, Live) except for
Möbius that is XP only.
Greetings from Sweden
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