Originally Posted by •LX•
I dispute the more bang for your buck argument. I have always found that Macs are more than just computers - that's where their emphasis lies - so in that sense you buy more than just a computer and can get more value overall. Macs integrate into any creative pursuit or home entertainment interests without any fuss or figuring anything out. The emphasis on usability is very important to me. Without that a computer just becomes a gizmo that I lose interest in.
I'm not sure what you meant by that. Could you explain what you mean when you say "more than just computers" and "integrate into any creative pursuit or home entertainment interests without any fuss or figuring anything out"?
Frankly, if I were going to move away from Windows permanently, it would be to a Ubuntu distro; for the time being, I just run a portable version.