Pros Stylish looks, feel of keyboard, weight
Cons As bought memory
Summary Love the thing. Honestly with the reliability of it, I haven't suffered a BSOD while my wifes laptop has had three...in the last four hours, I don't think I will be buying another Widows machine any time soon.
The only thing I wish I had done is gotten it with more memory but right now for doing mail, surfing the net, doing presentation for work the memory is ok. I will be upgrading the memory soon though.
"AWESOME....."on by gusovi
Pros THE WHOLE UNIT ITSELF
Cons hi price compared to PC
Summary PC user for 15 years.. just switched last december.... easy change.... I will recommend Apple for now on...will still use windows because I have to... forget about viruses....
Pros Right out of the box, this speedy notebook works flawlessly. I've been using it 3 months and it hasn't crashed once (Try going 3 hours on a Windows system w/o trouble!). It is pricey, HOWEVER, what good is a cheaper PC-based notebook if you have to worr
Cons The shiny plastic scratches easily.
Pros Great price for Apple integrated product. Hardware and software integration is key. The BSD-based OS puts it ahead of Windows machines. These days you either use a Unix-based OS or a Windows OS. Apple is now clearly a design company, and the 1-inch iBook
Cons I like it too much. Some mention the weight -- I find it easy to carry. One thing, go for the memory upgrade when purchasing the machine -- I did. On the AppleStore site the extra memory is cheap. Having 512M gives peace of mind, and the BSD kernel will
Pros Software package; wireless; simple to use even for the most novice computer user
Cons too heavy