I guess we know it comes with a caps key ... must have been a feature where it is unable to be turned off. :P
While this article focuses on Apple products, I have been wondering about this idea more generally of late. Is the era of the dedicated desktop computer almost done? Not sure we're quite there yet, but I do wonder if we are getting close.
Not yet ... Hard-core gaming and even some work related tasks still need them ..
-1 for the both of you. This isn't FB and no point in added to the issue at hand. :sigh:
Not feeding; I do realize what's going on as such I posted only once because I realize you trolls feed on other stupidity and then fall to their lvl ... so what's really the point? Have fun!
Notice how an actual Apple post from Techcrunch does not go well with comments ^^^^^...etc. But with Microsoft post they actually conversate on features and the awesomeness of Microsoft. :P. Apple fanatics are falling so is Apple..
Yeah. No wonder the company has gone down hill since Jobs passed. :P
The iMac is a great piece of industrial design and the 27" one is also very very fast.
The hardware of the iMac 27' is very great for blender users... So i bougth it half price piece by piece and run a linux Mint on it... See ya apple eaters...
To. How did you configure your computer ? And why did you choose the Linux Mint distribution ?
It's a lightweight linux version. Takes a bit to get used to but you can do anything with it. =)
I'm not an advocate of Apple but ever since the release of Metro on Windows 8 I think Apple has a shot now
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