Friday, October 02, 2015

The Computer You Really Want Costs More Than $3,000

A colleague articulated this principle in about 1990, and it seems to hold true to a remarkable degree across the decades. Today, the computer I really want is a loaded Mac Pro, which would probably run me about $4,000.

And by the way, does anyone out there have an iMac with a retina display? Any evaluation of whether it is worth it?

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