Why Save the Mac Mini

Mick Collins mickclns at mac.com
Sun Jul 15 22:40:13 EDT 2007


I beg to differ.  I use the (pre-Intel) 17" PowerBook (Apple) and because of what I use it for (math tutoring and educational development and demonstration)  I could use a smaller laptop but that would not be "practical" for me for the tutoring aspect and no more "practical" for the development and demo.  Personally, except for the likely price with current tech, I'd love to have a 23" laptop.  Makes me shy away from your other claims because you apparently make some assumptions about other people's uses that don't really hold water.

 
On Sunday, July 15, 2007, at 01:09PM, "Stephen Barncard" <stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com> wrote:
>I think it also supports the 23 Cinema display. Unless one is editing 
>video or doing real high rez graphics, this is the biggest practical 
>size. Just as 15" is the biggest practical laptop...
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>>OK, I signed too.  I rarely use my mini, preferring the MacBook Pro, 
>>but I still like having it.
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>>I thought about adding support for 30 inch Apple cinema display to 
>>the wish list (the mini currently drives a 20 inch cinema display 
>>but having it run the 30 incher would be fantastic!). However,  I'm 
>>sure that would add way too much to the cost.  I'd be happy with a 
>>dedicated graphics processor.
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>>On Jul 15, 2007, at 11:42 AM, SimPLsol at aol.com wrote:
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