Blue screen after blue screen, year after year, headache after headache, hole in the wall from a fist of aggravation after hole in the wall from a wireless mouse that just so happens to ricochet and shatter a glass window, I think it's time for a change.  I've always been hesitant to try a Mac since most of my life I've been recording and editing video on PC.  I've always been under the impression that Macs are the more reliable platform for this type of work and for once I think I'm willing to go all out. 

I've always wanted portability, but portability usually comes with a knife to remind you that you've not only lost your balls but you've also lost you're ability to upgrade or change anything in your setup.  You can't upgrade this without doin that.  So for a while a desktop PC was a better option for absolute customization.

Now come the "next-generation of MacBooks" and I'm all ears.  The specs are god damn ridiculous, in a good way.  They are just about a click above what I'm currently running on my current PC, however some added flash like a new glass multitouch pad, Nvidia Graphics (finally), as well as Aluminum encasing just like that of the MacBook Pros.  I can't think of a better time to pick one up, unless you have a time machine and can jump about 6 to 9 months into the future when Apple will undeniably announce a newer sleeker version, but we'll cross that bridge when we get there.  Simply comparing my Apple iPhone to the sluggish, fat, and sorry ass excuse for a phone, Windows Mobile powered HTC Mogul,  almost helps cement the idea that the Mac OS should be snappier and more up for a night out on the town.  For the time being I've got my eye on you Apple.  You may just take my hard earned washingtons from right underneath my nose and gasp! maybe even take priority over my HDTV.  Time will tell.

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