Mac Vs. Pc

Mac Vs. Pc
  1. Piraten Zidz says:
    LOL
    LOL
  2. Giovanni Andrew Roverso says:
    :D
    :D
  3. Mitch Moore says:
    PC is not a brand. It stands for 'personal computer'. So technically a MAC is a PC. Still funny though! :)
    PC is not a brand. It stands for 'personal computer'. So technically a MAC is a PC. Still funny though! :)
  4. Jeffrey Scalzo says:
    Perfectly said.
    Perfectly said.
  5. Kasie Hodgins via Facebook says:
    it wont load, its just a white screen :(
    it wont load, its just a white screen :(
  6. Gerald Grealish says:
    You are right but when some one says PC they don't think of Mac's
    You are right but when some one says PC they don't think of Mac's
  7. Snizzle Dizzle says:
    Not functionally the same price though...
    Not functionally the same price though...
  8. Troy Small says:
    I enjoy a vast library of games, upgrade my computer at will and have the ability to choose from a vast plethora of third party accessories. Now, these things are all possible with a Mac, this is true... but 'functionally identical' is a stretch.
    I enjoy a vast library of games, upgrade my computer at will and have the ability to choose from a vast plethora of third party accessories. Now, these things are all possible with a Mac, this is true... but 'functionally identical' is a stretch.
  9. Simon Aplin says:
    functionally identical isn't really a stretch any more. One of my computers is a 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 with 12GB of DDR3 RAM and runs an AMD Radeon HD 6970M The other is a 3.2 GHz Intel Core i7 with 16GB of DDR RAM and runs geForce GTX 460 Which one is the Mac? Why is it not functionally identical? Unless you mean that the PC can't run OSX, which is true.
    functionally identical isn't really a stretch any more. One of my computers is a 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 with 12GB of DDR3 RAM and runs an AMD Radeon HD 6970M The other is a 3.2 GHz Intel Core i7 with 16GB of DDR RAM and runs geForce GTX 460 Which one is the Mac? Why is it not functionally identical? Unless you mean that the PC can't run OSX, which is true.
  10. Simon Aplin says:
    Oh and in before upgrading components: The Mac Pro can be component upgraded, the iMac is an all-in-one, something that's becoming increasing popular in PC design btw. http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/all-in-one-pcs/xx_7023_70023_xx_xx/xx-criteria.html
    Oh and in before upgrading components: The Mac Pro can be component upgraded, the iMac is an all-in-one, something that's becoming increasing popular in PC design btw. http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/all-in-one-pcs/xx_7023_70023_xx_xx/xx-criteria.html
  11. Troy Small says:
    I did have a feeling you'd weigh in with facts and numbers. XD This is why I like baiting these Mac threads, since then I actually learn something!
    I did have a feeling you'd weigh in with facts and numbers. XD This is why I like baiting these Mac threads, since then I actually learn something!
  12. Ashley Gray says:
    Well, as far as web browsing goes, I guess this is right. Unless a site is only optimized for Internet Explorer, and who does that anymore anyway? :P
    Well, as far as web browsing goes, I guess this is right. Unless a site is only optimized for Internet Explorer, and who does that anymore anyway? :P