[OS X TeX] Timing
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Wed Feb 22 18:53:29 CET 2006
> On Feb 22, 2006, at 12:34 PM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> Le 22 févr. 06 à 18:11, Claus Gerhardt a écrit :
>>> You must have a very slow Macintosh, probably a PowerBook like so
>>> many members of this list - just a quip, this discussion has
>>> already taken place.
>> Have you seen this <http://www.hardmac.com/news/2006-02-22/#5165>:
>> "Craig Wood performed on the 1.83GHz version tests which are more
>> user-oriented than those we have seen so far. Powerwise, they tend
>> to position the MacBook Pro closer to the G5 Dua 2GHz than to the
>> Powerbook G4."
>> By the way, Gary, if you're here: have you finally ordered one
>> (MacBook Pro)?
> I did and I think I am more excited about this than any other machine
> I have gotten in recent years.
> I am hoping that it ships some time this week.
It looks like a very nice machine. I wonder if Apple has solved the
voltage-on-casing problem which made me return my PowerBook and buy an
iBook. I could feel (and measure) the voltage when the PowerBook was
attached to a non-grounded power outlet.
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