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    I'm interested in getting the Intel-based Mini. Rumor has it that you can dual-boot with windows on the Intel-based Macs. I hope that's true.

    http://news.com.com/Apple+launches+n...l?tag=nefd.top
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    If true how would that work? Would you turn the mac on and it come up to a page where you would select Windows or Apple?
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    Probably a menu at startup asking you which OS you would like to boot.
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    That would be perfect. I currently use Windows with Virtual PC to run Windows 2000 and it sux.
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    The gap is being bridged from both sides, with Intel-based Mac's on one side, and Windows Vista on the other. I heard that Vista will support the same type of BIOS that Mac's have been using.

    I want the one with the Core Duo and the Superdrive.
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    Odd to me they still even offer units that don't burn to dvd's. They only offer it (Superdrive) with the core duo.

    Quote Originally Posted by naivete
    The gap is being bridged from both sides, with Intel-based Mac's on one side, and Windows Vista on the other. I heard that Vista will support the same type of BIOS that Mac's have been using.

    I want the one with the Core Duo and the Superdrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    Odd to me they still even offer units that don't burn to dvd's. They only offer it (Superdrive) with the core duo.
    I don't understand either, and there's no mention of wireless LAN.

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