“If there’s ever been a personal computer that everyone’s gotta get, it’s the Apple Power Mac G5. Even x86 fanatics have to admit that the G5 has everything they could possibly want in a personal computer. The G5 is a screamer, with a 1GHz front-side bus and an IBM 64-bit Power4 processor, and it’s as good-looking as it is fast,” writes John Taschek for eWeek.
Taschek continues, “Unfortunately, it appears that Apple has stolen a particularly tainted page from traditional PC vendors. Once, Steve Jobs marketed the Mac as the tool for individualists (think 1984’s Super Bowl commercial) and then, for people who had some intellectual capacity (the Think campaign) and eventually, as a computer that simply worked without headaches and aggravation (the switch campaign), Apple now is taking on the PC industry with ‘benchmarketing.'”
“Don’t get me wrong. I definitely want a G5. Everybody does