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Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet
Posted by braktune on 2004-04-01 18:19:39
In reply to Rob Enderle
I suppose the fact that Jeff Benck, Vice President of IBM's systems and technology group, has stated plainly that the Xbox will use a Power-based chip is just a delusional dream concocted by crazy apple zealots? Just take a quick trip to cbs marketwatch.com for a Q&A where he says just that. I'm certain it's not a typo.
You really can't help yourself but take a snipe at the Mac community and platform at nearly every opportunity (barring a few non-negative reviews) even when you are dead wrong. This article was pure macuser-bashing. It's unfortunate and unnessary. There's no reason to put down the power architecture. It's a great performer. The chips have been hailed by the microprocessor forum (the 970 winning best desktop processor this year). Did you write this on that gaudy ferrari laptop?




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  Rob Enderle  2004-03-29 09:40:49
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  braktune  2004-04-01 18:19:39
Then why are Xbox2 dev kits Mac G5 based??  unicron  2004-03-31 13:13:10
Re: Then why are Xbox2 dev kits Mac G5 based??  RobEnderle  2004-04-01 13:04:34
Then why are Xbox2 Dev stations Mac G5s?  unicron  2004-03-31 12:14:44
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  vanye  2004-03-29 20:19:29
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  RobEnderle  2004-03-31 11:17:09
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  vanye  2004-03-29 15:12:23
Re: Xbox market share  RobEnderle  2004-03-31 11:14:44
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