On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 23:32:23 +0100, George
> In article <[email protected]
>> On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 11:01:59 GMT, Paulo De Souza
>> > wrote:
>> >> Unfortunately she has no choice. She works on a mobile project and
>> has >> to
>> >> have a laptop to take around to her clients ................
>> > A real nice work laptop is the apple ibook. Its nice enouth and looks
>> > great.
>> > Clients will be impressed! :-) Tho it £800 for the cheapest spec but
>> if > its
>> > just for work its fine.
>> > Paulo
>> But it's a apple, and limited in what it can do and how it exhanges it's
>> data with the rest of the world. If you need it soley for word
>> processing/presentations/email/web then fine, otherwise get a PC based
> I doubt there's anything a PC based laptop can do that an Apple one
> can't. I prefer Windows though so I would stick with the former.
I can think of plenty. I use my laptop for technical apps and diagnostic
software, and guess what it only runs on Windows. If you do anything
outside write docs/send emails/surf web then a mac is not for you...