I’ve been considering making the purchase of an iMac in the near future. I spent most of last weekend doing some serious research and finding the answers to many questions I have about Macs. I’ve been looking at Macs for a few years now, but never really got interested in them until recently. The new iMac is just so sleek looking… it would look amazing sitting on my desk. The 20″ seems to be the right fit for me… 24″ would be a bit excessive for my work environment.
The only problem I’m facing before I make the purchase is desk space. I still want to use my PC for business related activities of course, but I need a bigger desk. The way my room is set up here I’m pretty limited for furniture, so I’m not sure how this will all play out. 😛
John Cow got an iMac last year and his setup is something similar to what I’d like to accomplish. Take a look…
Back to the topic at hand… many users feel that a Mac is evil and vice versa with regards to the PC. Before I bring in Justin Long to tell you why Macs are better for some tasks than the PC is, I’ll just tell you myself. I’ve been creating a lot of videos lately focusing around new promotions I’m doing for some other sites I have. Windows Movie Maker makes these promos look a high school video project. Eeek! Not cool at all. I’ve been trying out Final Cut Studio 2 on a friend’s iMac for a few days now and I’m more than impressed. I’ve also been dabbling in Final Cut Server and words can’t describe what a useful piece of software this is. I also took the tour of Mac OS X Leopard and familiarized myself with all its glorious features. I just may be writing my future blog posts on a slim, white keyboard.
Do any of you have a Mac? Share your experience in the comments.
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