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    #16
    Well, Apple were obviously enabling and putting pressure on Foxconn, and that did happen.

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      #17
      Foxconn was contracted by Apple for manufacturing and put pressure on maintaining complete secrecy of... everything they ever do. The company is ridiculous.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Phopojijo View Post
        Well of course it stands to reason if you use Logic Studio, Aperture, Final Cut, etc. that you'll prefer the Mac.
        I use Logic and Final Cut, but I also use some windows only tools as well. So I need them both. Well its more of a want than a need, I think.


        Originally posted by Phopojijo View Post
        The question (that wasn't in the form of a question) was if you could get an equivalent PC for half the price of a Mac Pro. The answer is yes...
        Well these are just opinions, but for me, its not an equivalent if it only runs windows programs.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Tom@engineaudio View Post
          Well these are just opinions, but for me, its not an equivalent if it only runs windows programs.
          There's a couple of ways you can look at that...

          1) It is equivalent hardware.
          2) Linux and all the other non-DRM'd operating systems can run on that hardware.
          3) Hackintosh? (... if legal in your country... though turning on your Mac... the one you bought from Apple... is a felony according to the DMCA according to Apple lawyers and a judge. Apple just isn't bothering suing you because you bought it from them. Blizzard's lawyers agree.)

          But yeah, if Apple Care and Mac OSX is worth 1500$, then a Mac Pro is worth it... and yes, for some people, it is worth 1500$. Just be mindful... you are paying 1500$ (in the Mac Pro's situation, above).

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