Originally Posted by mindlessLemming
Aaah Liorean, how did I know you'd be the first to respond with some sort of pro-mac "What took you so long?" comment
It is good though, but the idea of paying for 2 OS's is a little bothersome...
I would say it's pro-PPC, and not pro-Mac... After all, Amiga, AIX and Linux (to mention the most common ones) also run on the PPC processor family. It was in fact not so much a "That took you so long?" comments as a comment on the problem of getting an inferior processor design (x86) to be able to emulate the much more efficient architecture of the RISC based PPC. And now don't go and claim x86 isn't inferior. It is. For the same clock frequencies, the PPC blows the x86 systems far away, both inefficient Intels and the much more efficient AMDs, because of bad descisions made by Intel back in the olden days. The x86 systems are still ridden with the very problems that Apple moved to the PPC family from the 68k processor family to get rid of. However, that has very little to do with Mac at all.