Here’s Your Chance, Non-Believers

UPDATE: This is no longer an available offering from Apple. No reason(s) has been given as to why it isn’ available anymore, it just isn’t, sorry.

Geniuses. That’s what they are.

First Apple releases an inexpensive cpu into the market for people who are concerned with Macs costing too much. Smart move. Even smarter, you can plug your existing monitor, keyboard and mouse into it (well, most monitors) so all you’re buying is the cpu. Smart.

But some of you still didn’t go buy one, or even try one out at a store. “It’s so different than a PC, I wouldn’t know how to do things.”

Whatever. Now’s your chance:
Test-drive a Mac-Mini for 30 days. If you don’t like it, send it back.**

Stop bitching. Stop making excuses. If you try it and don’t like it, then you can talk crap. Until then, shut it, slut it.

**This link should work. If not, go to the Apple Store, click on the Mac Mini (middle of the page) and then click on the big blue banner.

+ original post date: August 30, 2005 02:43 PM
+ categories: Computers


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I was talking to Jason Miller about the Mac Mini a couple of weeks ago. If, when bonus time rolls around and the wife lets me, I'll probably go hit up the G5 mini. I think I'm convinced, though I'm interested to see if all the reports about Microsoft's Vista OS are true (eg OS doesn't slow down over time, better file management system).

+ author: Nelson
+ posted: August 30, 2005 03:11 PM

I wouldn't wait to see if Microsoft is going to get any better. I'd almost rather wait to see where Google goes next, in terms of an OS, rather than wait on Gates making things better.

+ author: Seth
+ posted: August 30, 2005 03:47 PM

and by that time apple will be rolling out ANOTHER version of os x.

oh, and the mini is still a G4.

+ author: parc
+ posted: August 31, 2005 08:58 AM

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