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2.25.2006 

MacBook Pro Reviewed

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.

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