Apple MacBook Pro VS Sony Vaio FJ Series


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anonymous
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want infectious diseases?  then mac... stupid
admin
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Your post confuses me.  But I'm scared to find out the true motivation behind it.
anonymous
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MAC... Much eassier much faster then All Win XP products. can't compare two different thisng, this is the same Question as: what's Better 2007 BMW or 1999 Honda.? MAC is not a Computer it's Style of Life.
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Seriously? I've never owned a Mac so I can't really judge, but you're really saying they're that much better? Why?
anonymous
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Well, because they run OSX, clearly. As to why OSX is so much better, you'll just have to take our word for it for now - I use both every day (Windows for longer than the Mac, in fact, because of work), and returning to OSX is always a breath of fresh air.
anonymous
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Lets wait to see if Windows Vista does it better, but for now, I own a VAIO because I had to sell my Macbook Pro to pay a debt, it does good work but I the truth is that I miss OSX, simply better.
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Vista 1.0?  I doubt it'll beat OSX, Apple has just been refining their OS for so long now.  But Vista 1.0 is all about building a flexible foundation, and once it's out I'm sure you'll see MS releasing great updates similar to what Apple has done.  And considering Microsoft's resources they'll move very quickly, and probably catch up to Apple in due time.  Unless of course Apple has another breakthrough in the OS space, which would be sweeeet!
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Vaio.
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I am wondering if is better to buy a power Vaio and install Linux (for example Ubuntu or Scientific Linux) or buy a MacBook Pro...? Can someone advice me?

ciao!
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Depends on what your needs are. Personally I'm not a very big fan of Linux. I mean it's fine, but it's just not there yet in regards to ease of use. You're still going to deal with a lot of headaches and things that are rough around the edges. With a MacBook Pro and Parallels installed you really get the best of both worlds so it really is tough to recommend a Vaio. I don't know how the prices have changed over time though, so maybe non-mac laptops have come down in price relatively speaking.

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