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PostSubject: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:00 pm

Iseng bikin trit mac vs. windows..

Sblm pake mac gw adalah, for a lack of a better word, pengguna 'setia' mikocok windows, bahkan dari jaman pra 95 (lupa nama windows pra 95 apaan), krn yg exist di indo sepertinya cuma dos ato windows, dan dari dulu gw gak suka pake ini os, lambat, tergantung specs kompie, banyak virus, kudu install ulang os molo, musti instal2 driver, musti update anti virus terus, suka ngehang, intinya gak stabil, tp tetap gw pake, hey, what a guy gonna do? Lah wong yang gw tahu hardware apapun pasangan softwarenya adalah windows. Itu baru pc, blom laptop berbasis windows yang pernah gw punya mulai dari toshiba, dell, vaio, sampe acer, isunya kurang lebih sama kayak di atas, dan batere yang gak reliable dan cuma bertahan bbrp jam doang, bahkan khusus acer cuma 1 jam 20 menit sekian (WTF)

Sampe suatu saat ipar dan kakak gw balik dari amrik membawa segala macam teknologi bernuansa apple, khususnya imac dan macbook, gw iseng nyoba ngotak-ngatik jeroannya, dan sempet merasa bingung krn blom terbiasa...skip bbrp tahun kemudian gw uda bbrp kali ganti laptop, tp gw merasa aneh kok ipar gw belom ganti lappie apple-nya? Trus waktu gw coba main lagi gw tambah merasa aneh krn kecepatannya masih sama kayak bbrp tahun lalu, pokoknya aside from battery problem (yang uda mengemblung dan dicopot krn si ipar gw yang gemblung itu nyolok macbooknya mulu tanpa pernah dimatikan), kinerja itu lappie masih sempurna deh...

Akhirnya gw coba beli macbook white dgn os leopard, emang butuh bbrp waktu sampe terbiasa dengan osnya, tapi gw langsung merasa ini adalah lappie impian gw, the best lappie there is deh...bahkan sampe skrg dipake istri gw, itu lappie masih awet dan sampe skrg masih berfungsi dgn baik, cuma bermasalah di dvd-rom yang uda lemah doang (penyakit macbook pada umumnya), tanpa pernah diinstal ulang, instal anti virus, ngehang, ngelag, melambat...sorry to say, tp lappie apple bini gw dgn core2duo itu jauh lebih stabil dan kencang dibanding kompie berbasis windows berbasis i7 sekalipun :army:

Skrg gw pake macbook pro, dan satu2nya alasan gw masih nyentuh windows yang haram itu adalah krn kompie kantor masih windows...bahkan menurut gw iwork jauh lebih bagus daripada mikocok office, tp untuk kerja gw terpaksa pake office krn gw takut format iwork gak bisa dibaca oleh klien/kolega yang masih menggunakan mikocok office.
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sat Mar 03, 2012 10:55 pm

hahaha.. another apple fanboy....

well... can't blame the choice, like I can't blame peop's who choseto worship god who was impaled (sort of) by a human (roman soldier).

all in all, mac with closed environment and limited compatibility maybe good for some. and true mac user uses mac prior to comeback of steve job (now deceased) to apple whe managed to put up mac to market via imac, ipod and the likes. mac user nowdays? best described by the following samsung ad What a Face

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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:00 pm

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Iseng bikin trit mac vs. windows..

Sblm pake mac gw adalah, for a lack of a better word, pengguna 'setia' mikocok windows, bahkan dari jaman pra 95 (lupa nama windows pra 95 apaan), krn yg exist di indo sepertinya cuma dos ato windows, dan dari dulu gw gak suka pake ini os, lambat, tergantung specs kompie, banyak virus, kudu install ulang os molo, musti instal2 driver, musti update anti virus terus, suka ngehang, intinya gak stabil, tp tetap gw pake, hey, what a guy gonna do? Lah wong yang gw tahu hardware apapun pasangan softwarenya adalah windows. Itu baru pc, blom laptop berbasis windows yang pernah gw punya mulai dari toshiba, dell, vaio, sampe acer, isunya kurang lebih sama kayak di atas, dan batere yang gak reliable dan cuma bertahan bbrp jam doang, bahkan khusus acer cuma 1 jam 20 menit sekian (WTF)

Sampe suatu saat ipar dan kakak gw balik dari amrik membawa segala macam teknologi bernuansa apple, khususnya imac dan macbook, gw iseng nyoba ngotak-ngatik jeroannya, dan sempet merasa bingung krn blom terbiasa...skip bbrp tahun kemudian gw uda bbrp kali ganti laptop, tp gw merasa aneh kok ipar gw belom ganti lappie apple-nya? Trus waktu gw coba main lagi gw tambah merasa aneh krn kecepatannya masih sama kayak bbrp tahun lalu, pokoknya aside from battery problem (yang uda mengemblung dan dicopot krn si ipar gw yang gemblung itu nyolok macbooknya mulu tanpa pernah dimatikan), kinerja itu lappie masih sempurna deh...

Akhirnya gw coba beli macbook white dgn os leopard, emang butuh bbrp waktu sampe terbiasa dengan osnya, tapi gw langsung merasa ini adalah lappie impian gw, the best lappie there is deh...bahkan sampe skrg dipake istri gw, itu lappie masih awet dan sampe skrg masih berfungsi dgn baik, cuma bermasalah di dvd-rom yang uda lemah doang (penyakit macbook pada umumnya), tanpa pernah diinstal ulang, instal anti virus, ngehang, ngelag, melambat...sorry to say, tp lappie apple bini gw dgn core2duo itu jauh lebih stabil dan kencang dibanding kompie berbasis windows berbasis i7 sekalipun :army:

Skrg gw pake macbook pro, dan satu2nya alasan gw masih nyentuh windows yang haram itu adalah krn kompie kantor masih windows...bahkan menurut gw iwork jauh lebih bagus daripada mikocok office, tp untuk kerja gw terpaksa pake office krn gw takut format iwork gak bisa dibaca oleh klien/kolega yang masih menggunakan mikocok office.

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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 1:58 am

Yup, another mac fanboi :cool:

I used windows for a long time before ever getting near a mac, through schools, college and work etc, it crashed all the time, not to mention spent many years of frustration with viruses clogging up my machine to the point where every year I had to cleaned the fucking windows up.

But a mac was the first computer I ever personally loved, as it set things up easier compared to a windows computer. Simply put, with mac, everything is so easy and it is all there right in front of you. No more windows hassle...

Now I can't see myself ever owning a windows PC, this mac does everything that I need it to do, easily and just feels more 'fun' to use than Windows ever did (though i know that was in a totally different environment).

The more i learn about it, and the lion update in particular just blew me away, the more I love it. Can't wait to see what mountain lion hiding up it sleeve.

Btw, gw pikir lu lawyer? Masa bantah mac lebih baik drpd windows gitu doang?
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:24 am

tadi gw bacanya 'once u go black u'll never go back' affraid
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 5:44 am

err... which part of my post was considered as "bantah mac lebih baik drpd windows"? Question
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 6:25 am

They say 'The greatest ignorance is to reject something you know nothing about'

Tampaknya bener sih :siul:
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 6:52 am

errr... makin ga mudeng.... Suspect


lu sebenernya bikin pernyataan soal apa sih egg? Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:03 am

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The more i learn about it, and the lion update in particular just blew me away, the more I love it. Can't wait to see what mountain lion hiding up it sleeve.

Opinion: Windows 8 vs. OS X Mountain Lion — why Apple Suddenly Sucks

hope it helps your query, though it may be biased Razz
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:02 am

Ini kan trit mac vs. windows, jd gw ambil posisi sbg mac evangelist, preaching the second coming of steve jobs Laughing Laughing

Haleluya yah, sesuatu banget, editor majalah mikocok jadi mualaf:

How the Editor of Windows Magazine Became an Apple Fanboy

Mike Elgan

I’ve been in denial for a while, but it hit me so hard yesterday that I finally have to admit it: I’m an Apple fanboy. Once you hear my story, you’ll agree that if it can happen to me, it can happen to anyone.

My first job out of college was as a reporter for a small California newspaper company in the late 1980s. It was a Mac shop. All the reporters had regular Macs (tiny screens, massive keys on the keyboard with like an inch of key travel). But the editors used what at the time were “giant” screens to do page layout (in hindsight, they were probably only 17-inch screens, or something like that). When I got promoted to managing editor, I was thrilled because that meant I got to do the page layout and use the big screens.

The year was 1990. I used a DOS PC at home, and a Mac at work. I loved journalism, especially the writing of opinion columns. But I didn’t really give a flying rat’s behind about local NIMBY politics. I loved computers. So I decided to seek employment in the growing field of computer magazines.

For those of you under the age of 25, a magazine is a blog made out of trees

Anyway, I landed a job as managing editor at a tiny startup publication called Windows & OS/2 Magazine. At least, that’s what it was called for the third issue. The second issue had been called OS/2 and Windows Magazine. The first issue was called OS/2 Magazine. As you might have guessed, the “GUI” scene for DOS-based PCs was in something of a transition period.

Windows was exploding in users, heading by 1991 for the 4-million user mark, which drove big interest in our little magazine. So we were acquired by New York-based CMP Media, and relaunched the publication as Windows Magazine.

It’s hard to imagine now, but PC magazines were huge in the 1990s. Our own editorial staff grew from 7 people to 62. Circulation rose from 75,000 to 840,000. Our largest issue topped out at 420 pages.

During the 1990s, the only time I saw a Mac was whenever I ventured into the design and production ghetto of our editorial offices. That’s right: Windows Magazine was designed and laid out on Macs.

Besides that, I was deep, deep in the world of Windows. I wrote a monthly opinion column, as well as reviews and “how-to” articles about Windows. During my time at Windows Magazine, I probably wrote maybe 1,000 “tips” for tweaking, optimizing and surviving Windows. My talks and panel participation at trade shows was all about Windows. Bill Gates even quoted me in one of his books. I was about as much of a “Windows guy” as you could get.

As the Internet began devouring the print computer magazine business, I left in 1999 to help launch a mobile startup company that also had a strong editorial component, which was unceremoniously crushed when the dot com bubble burst in 2000. After consulting for a while, and editing an IT-focused publication, I started writing opinion columns and blog posts full time. Still almost entirely focused on Windows, mobile computing and consumer electronics.

The Opposition

Many Windows users don’t switch to Mac because they have an outdated belief that application choice is too limited and that Macs are too expensive. That might have been true for a lot of people in the 1990s. But nowadays, people mostly use browsers, e-mail, office applications and a few other common applications that are widely available. And Macs aren’t that expensive. PCs look cheap when you go to the Dell web site and see the “Starting at….” Price. But once you add the amount of RAM you’ll need, a decent hard drive, upgrade the processor to something better and pick the bigger monitor, you’re probably going to pay at least as much as a comparable Mac.

In my own case, I never really considered switching to Macs, or even using them part time, for three reasons.

First, I’m lazy. My skills, knowledge and habits around Windows were so deeply ingrained that the idea of learning how to use a Mac sounded like a chore.

Second, while I can fix a Windows PC no matter what’s wrong with it, I wouldn’t know what to do if something broke on a Mac. I didn’t like the idea of hauling the thing down to an Apple store and throwing myself at the mercy of some “Genius.”

Third, I had encountered so many hardcore fanboy haters in my career –  responding to my various columns with death threats, crazy, over-the-top personal attacks and aggressive libel aimed at damaging my reputation by raising questions about my professional integrity – that I just had a bad feeling about joining the “other side.” Ninety-nine percent of Apple fans are very nice. But, man, the insanely insane hardcore fringe is really something special.

The Gateway Drugs

After trying a long list of horrible music players, I started buying iPods for myself and my kids maybe five or six years ago. They made me an Apple customer for the first time in my life. They gave me a reason to spend time in Apple stores and the Apple web site, both of which I found appealing.

The year 2007 was a milestone in the history of computing. That year, Microsoft shipped the first-ever major multi-touch product, the Surface table. Steve Jobs announced the iPhone early in the year, and Apple shipped it that summer.

I’m a huge fan of MPG computing (for multi-touch, physics and gestures). I thought both Microsoft and Apple would then aggressively pursue MPG systems, Apple from the bottom up, and Microsoft from the top down. But only Apple did so. Microsoft slept.

Although I was floored by the elegance and design discipline of the first iPhone, I didn’t buy one. I was enamored at the time with my BlackBerry Pearl, mainly because of its size (similar to a box of Chiclets), voice quality (superior to any iPhone), battery life (a week on a charge) and laptop tethering, a feature I used heavily on business trips.

A year later, Apple rolled out apps for the iPhone, and the App Store. I was completely floored by the combination of iPhone user interface, App Store experience and the endless possibilities of all those apps. I bought one, loved it, and in fact have upgraded to every new version of the iPhone.

The perfect out-of-box experience with the iPhone, the elegance of the whole experience of using an iPhone, re-set my expectations for how consumer electronics and computers should function. I started looking at the out-of-box experience of buying a Windows PC with a new contempt. The crapware. The stickers. The anti-virus software problem where the cure is worse than the disease. The flimsy hardware. It’s not so much that I despised Windows PCs, but that it felt like Microsoft and the PC makers despised them, like they all have no respect for their own platform.

When the iPad came out – forget it. I did something I never thought I’d do. I actually waited in line for hours outside the Apple store. This product was the biggest consumer electronics home run I’d ever seen in my long career of covering the industry. Apple actually came out with a product that’s so good that it can’t even be copied or emulated to any significant degree. Even now, well over a year since it shipped, there is still no such thing as a “touch tablet market.” There is only the iPad, and a smattering of irrelevant failures. I won’t go on about the iPad – my views on it are well known from the many columns and blog posts I’ve written about it. The iPad = good.

Then, about three weeks ago, something happened that altered my worldview a bit. My main PC, a Sony VAIO laptop, burned itself out. Literally. It overheated, despite a fan that sounded like a jet engine. It still works, but can’t connect to the Internet. Normally, I would have trouble-shooted the problem, fixed it or bought a new laptop. I also have older PCs around that I could use. But this time, my son was about to leave on a very long trip abroad and offered to let me use his 27-inch iMac. I was too busy to deal with the Sony, so I just used the Mac.

I’ve found it so easy and enjoyable to use – beautiful screen, silent operation, incredibly elegant industrial design, etc., etc., — that I haven’t even bothered to troubleshoot the laptop. I don’t even want to look at it.

I’m familiar with basic Mac keystrokes and the keyboard from the iPad. I have learned to trust and admire Apple from my experiences with the iPhone and iPad. In other words, I’ve been primed and conditioned for years to switch to a Mac by Apple’s mobile gateway drugs.

I went ahead and bought it from my son, who will get the new hotness upon his return. I’m pretty sure my own next purchase will be a MacBook Air.

Even after all this, I was in denial. Until yesterday.

I was at a restaurant next door to an Apple store, and decided to drop in and look around. I was fondling the iPod nanos and pondering the selection of wristwatch bands, and decided on the spot to start wearing an iPod as a watch. After all, it made sense because I’m such a podcast freak, and also want to use the pedometer function to measure long hikes. It’s practical! Yeah, that’s it. Practical.

Then it hit me: I’m not only an Apple fanboy, I’m a pathetically devoted one. I’ve got the latest iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iMac and now I’m fricken wearing an iPod wristwatch? Wow.

Other companies could do extraordinary things in the future. Apple could falter. If all that happens, I’ll be happy to switch again. I have no unreasonable loyalty to Apple. I’m just a satisfied customer.

But my story should be a cautionary tale for the entire industry. At this particular moment, Apple has struck upon a devastating strategy for taking control of the consumer electronics industry and mainstream computing: Build simple, elegant, functional and beautiful devices at all points in the consumer electronics chain. The cheap little devices like iPods and iPhones charm people, and build trust and affinity for Apple, predisposing them to choose Apple for the bigger-ticket items.

If Apple can turn the editor of Windows Magazine into a fanboy, no one is safe.
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:00 am

jadi inget nicholas cage, lord of war

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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 08, 2012 2:34 am

pake mac bener-bener hassle-free, udah kayak kalkulator kali ya

bebas maintenance, booting cepet banget, bebas virus (kecuali spyware kali), load aplikasinya gilak cepetnya, kaga pernah melambat, ampe sekarang masih pake OS X tiger yang jadul, belom ada niat upgrade karena ga butuh aja.
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 08, 2012 2:48 am

hello barrista! flower
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:58 am

Read and weep Laughing Laughing

INILAH.COM, Washington – Data terbaru mengungkap, pengguna Apple ternyata lebih keren dibanding pengguna gadget merek lain. Pengguna Apple ternyata lebih sadar pada gayanya. Bagaimana?

Hasil studi ini diperoleh dari data lebih dari 700 ribu pembeli PC dan Mac mengenai bagaimana dan tempat mereka menghabiskan uangnya. Hasilnya, pengguna Mac ternyata jauh lebih modis dan sadar gaya dibanding penguna PC.

Tak hanya itu, diketahui, penguna Mac cenderung mengeluarkan uangnya untuk membeli barang-barang mewah dan pengguna PC lebih memilih membeli barang-barang biasa.

Selain itu, data menunjukkan, pengguna produk Apple juga memilih berbelanja di toko-toko trendi, bukan di toko yang umum dikunjungi orang. Demikian seperti dilaporkan HuffPost.

Bagaimana dengan Anda? [mor]
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Mon Mar 12, 2012 4:39 pm

wuiiih... kereeeeen.....

saking kerennya mengutip berita dari web selevel inilah.com.


kereeeeen...... dan kreatif! What a Face
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:46 pm

Another Apple Gospel according to Egghead

Tahun 2005 gw beli ipod mini 6 GB, dan gw menggunakannya agak kasar, contoh berkali2 ipod tsb tetap dicolok ke listrik walaupun batere uda full selama berjam2...

Kondisi 7 tahun kemudian? masih bekerja dgn baik...kondisi 90% deh...

On contrary microsoft zune temen gw dari tahun yang sama sudah rusak.....

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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:13 pm

kalo yang ini gw agak ga ngerti deh. ipod produknya masih beredar luas, dengan modifikasi sesuai perkembangan zaman. sedangkan zune udah ga diproduksi lagi dari zaman kapan.

apakah ga ada perbandingan laen sampe mbandingin ipod ama zune?

kenapa ga bandingin sama walkman misalnya. toh ipod masih menang populis dibanding walkman, meskipun kualitas earphone bagai langit dan bumi. kenapa malah dibandingin ama zune?
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 7:13 am

Karena itu gw membandingkan ipod mini dengan zune, karena ketika zune baru muncul dia head to headnya sama ipod mini....intinya gw mau bilang produk apple lebih tahan lama dan tahan banting ketimbang microsoft punya, dan ini membuktikan slogan bahwa produk apple itu designed to last bukan cuma kata-kata kosong semata Very Happy Very Happy

Kalo bandingin dengan walkman, punya gw dalam 4 tahun udah rusak tuh..

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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 8:53 am

Mau jalan2 atau meeting sama klien bawanya air or ipad.

Balik ke kantor, ngerjain lo, reseach, etc: back to windows.

Mau sekeren apapun, kalo utk masalah kerjaan, gw tetep rely on windows. Pertimbangan utama: compability.

Meminjam istilah ekonomi, path dependency to windows utk masalah kerjaan masih terlalu besar. Terlalu banyak past programs dan aplikasi yg rely on windows. Dan cost utk migrasi ke apple (baik gadget atau know hownya) is just simply too expensive buat big corporate.

So, no matter how cool it is, how virus free it is, how fast it is, windows will stil be the mainstream in the working environment. Apple hanyalah akan jadi one of those cool gadgets to impress client or hot associates or cool toys to kill time. For serious work, windows is still the main choice. afro
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:53 am

populasi MBP n MBA kayanya juga baru melonjak tajam sejak ada bootcamp, jadi pada run on windows :p

yg gw benci banget tu kalo ada yg habis revisi dokumen di mac, pas dibuka di PC banyak spasi yg ilang bounce
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:13 am

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populasi MBP n MBA kayanya juga baru melonjak tajam sejak ada bootcamp, jadi pada run on windows :p

yg gw benci banget tu kalo ada yg habis revisi dokumen di mac, pas dibuka di PC banyak spasi yg ilang bounce

Exactly my point. Harga mac masih premium. Kalo individual mgk nggak terlalu berasa. Tapi kalo corporate yg punya ratusan employee, procuring mac is just simple inefficiency.

Kerjaan itukan sama kayak social websites, path dependencynya gede. Quantity mengalahkan quality. Gw yakin kalo ditanya org IT, mgk mereka prefer pake mac karena masalahnya nggak sebanyak windows. Cuman masalah majority masih pake windows. Riskmya terlalu gede karena mau ninggalin windows karena masalah simple compability kayak buka document.

So selama apple masih di pathnya si jobs yg mendewakan desain dan eksklusivitas, apple nggak akan bisa penetrate office market (plg cuman di bbro bidang seperti design or adv aja). Like or not, buat company yg mereka butuhin adalah fungsionalitas dan effisiensi. Buat gw, apple masih lacking disini.
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 4:43 pm

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populasi MBP n MBA kayanya juga baru melonjak tajam sejak ada bootcamp, jadi pada run on windows :p

yg gw benci banget tu kalo ada yg habis revisi dokumen di mac, pas dibuka di PC banyak spasi yg ilang bounce

simple and silly things which can be PITA What a Face What a Face
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 8:10 pm

Setuju, rasanya gak ada satupun law firm di Indonesia yang gak berbasis windows, karena itu gw mempertimbangkan saat buka nanti work station dari level resepsionis, sekretaris, associate sampe ke partner adalah Imac, Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

Investasi agak tinggi di depan, tapi cuma sekali untuk menghindari gangguan teknis gak penting yang selalu ada di windows rasanya pantas dilakukan Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 8:41 pm

Singapura - Tanggal yang tengah dinanti-nanti penggila produk Apple akhirnya datang juga. Ya, hari ini, Jumat (16/3/2012), adalah hari penjualan perdana iPad generasi terbaru Apple.

Antrean panjang terjadi di sejumlah negara yang disambangi untuk pertama kalinya oleh new iPad. Salah satunya adalah Singapura.

Bertempat di kantor penjualan operator M1, pembeli sudah terlihat menggeruduk Apple Store sejak semalam. Mereka rela menunggu hingga belasan jam untuk menjadi salah satu yang pertama memiliki iPad dengan kemampuan layar high definition tersebut.

Seperti yang dialami pembeli bernama Julie. Seperti dilansir Cnet, meski mengantre hingga 12 jam, ia terlihat sumringah pada akhirnya. Julie menjadi salah satu warga Singapura pertama yang memiliki new iPad 64 GB WiFi + 4G tersebut.

New iPad sendiri direncanakan bakal menyambangi belasan negara secara serentak pada tanggal 16 Maret 2012 ini. Di antaranya Amerika Serikat, Kanada, Inggris, Prancis, Jerman, Swiss, Singapura dan Jepang.

Adapun harganya untuk new iPad WiFi: USD 499 (16GB), USD 599 (32GB) dan USD 699 (64GB). Sementara untuk versi WiFi+4G: USD 629 (16GB), USD 729 (32GB) dan USD 829 (64GB).
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PostSubject: Re: once u go mac, u'll never go back...   Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:05 pm

Egghead wrote:
Setuju, rasanya gak ada satupun law firm di Indonesia yang gak berbasis windows, karena itu gw mempertimbangkan saat buka nanti work station dari level resepsionis, sekretaris, associate sampe ke partner adalah Imac, Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

Investasi agak tinggi di depan, tapi cuma sekali untuk menghindari gangguan teknis gak penting yang selalu ada di windows rasanya pantas dilakukan Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

tapi kalo dibaca klien ntar draft lo ga ada spasinya di cap unprofessional lho Razz
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