Actually, most of the people I know who buy iMacs are students or graphic/web designers who don't really have much need for upgrades and would rather not pay for a full blown Apple tower that they'll never use the potential of.transio said:I don't think the iMac target consumer cares about upgrading. They're the type that buys a new computer when this one becomes less stylish.
looks kinda familiar. We have a couple of these at the office:transio said:Ah, this thread reminds me. I forgot to mention that I finally got a new PC. Its not a mac, but thats because I run too much PC specific software (like MS software development stuff, et. al.) so I got this little puppy. Tiny, and cute as can be, and she packs a mean punch, too!
Their target market...yes, maybe. Me, I bought the Mac because I had spent ten years dinking around computers, upgrading components, and was just plain sick and tired of device comptibility issues, driver problems, and the sheer overhead that went into a custom computer system like that. The iMac is great, no temptation to rip it apart and mess with it (ok, so that's not true, I DID upgrade both memory slots to get more RAM).transio said:I don't think the iMac target consumer cares about upgrading. They're the type that buys a new computer when this one becomes less stylish.
Goose,Goose said:Saw this one the other day also.
Apple really has some talented industrial designers -- really neat stuff! I wish it wasn't a "Windows world"...I too have to use a PC
LOL... My baby! I knew someone would look that up! Anyone else here ever bought a car on eBay?Patricko said:
No offense taken! I'm sure you complaints are valid - I just felt that there may be good reasons why things are the way you've observed (the 'other side of the story', so to speak). I'm just a passionate mac-addict and have a hard time doing anything but rave about them.suv_bait said:Matt, I'm sorry; I didn't mean to offend you if you've worked at Apple.