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My Next Computer : MAC Pro with Leopard (10.5)



With VMware's support coming up for MAC OSX its time for me to say good bye to the regular 32 bit and XP install. Sorry no more windows and all the woes. Sure we will run windows (as a VM) because my wife needs it. But maybe she too will be convinced with MAC. Hey, its stylish and women love style, don't they?

Anyways why Leopard? See for yourself!

See for yourself. This guy thinks that soon MAC will penetrate into the enterprize because it offers solid product with competitive prices! I agree totally!!!

And this would rock too, Leopard on MAC Pro or MAC Book Pro! A peek at MAC pro.





  • 16GB RAM
  • 2 Tb Disks (4x 500Gb)
  • Quad Core 64bit CPU
  • Faster performance
Mmm...mouth watering stuff this. Not convinced yet, take a tour yourself. I am convinced for sure.

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