Hasta la vista, Vista!

Most of these Vista notebooks cost more than my MacBook and only the more expensive ones (over $2000) have a digital video interface (DVI) ( to connect to that hi-def LCD or plasma TV in your living room or den ). They ALL lack a built in digital camera (for video conferencing), a wireless remote control, bluetooth wireless (wireless mice, keyboard, and headsets), digital audio input/output (surround sound from a laptop), video editing software, music creation and editing, DVD editing and burning, and web publishing software. Every Apple laptop ships with these features.

Aren't applications the things we buy our computers to run so that we can do something creative or productive? So out of the box shouldn't the computer be able to do something?

So please, explain to me why Macs are considered more expensive? Hasta La Vista, Vista!

Author: Khürt Williams

a human, an application security architect, avid photographer, nature lover, and formula 1 fan who drinks beer.