Jason Snell reviews a MacBook Pro for Macworld
, and also publishes his "reviewers notebook
" providing an extra dollop of details. The verdict? Jason gives it four mice, and concludes, among other things that "the MacBook Pro, despite its mouthful of a name, is a PowerBook." Although Jason notes that apps running in Rosetta will run at speeds two-or three-year-old PowerBook G4 users (me) are accustomed to, while Universal apps will run much faster, I'm afraid I'm with Phil Michaels on this one; until there are a few more Universal apps
I'm going to wait. When Photoshop and the MS Office suite are Universal, I'll make the jump. But until then, I'm going to wait.