The Best Mac Ever

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Leading up to this weekend’s 25th birthday of the Macintosh, Macworld published an article asking what is the best Mac ever. While the SE/30 gets quite a bit of love, I’d have to agree with Andy Ihnatko that the best Mac is the first one you ever owned. The Mac 512 was the first Mac I spent serious time on and I loved that machine. However, I’d have to say that my favorite Mac was the first Intel machine. That was what allowed me to come back into the fold. What was your favorite Mac?

10 Comments The Best Mac Ever

  1. posteanonyme@gmai.com

    Agree with you 100% – my first Mac was the same as yours and lasted 9 years. Went to the dark side and came back when the Intel Macs came out.

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  2. posteanonyme@gmai.com

    Agree with you 100% – my first Mac was the same as yours and lasted 9 years. Went to the dark side and came back when the Intel Macs came out.

    Reply
  3. posteanonyme@gmai.com

    Agree with you 100% – my first Mac was the same as yours and lasted 9 years. Went to the dark side and came back when the Intel Macs came out.

    Reply
  4. posteanonyme@gmai.com

    Agree with you 100% – my first Mac was the same as yours and lasted 9 years. Went to the dark side and came back when the Intel Macs came out.

    Reply
  5. posteanonyme@gmai.com

    Agree with you 100% – my first Mac was the same as yours and lasted 9 years. Went to the dark side and came back when the Intel Macs came out.

    Reply
  6. anthonyjross@mac.com

    I don’t know. I am a very nostalgic person and I have great fondness for the old Macs, particularly the SE/30. But for me, the best Mac ever always seems to be the most recent one I’ve picked up: at this time my Mac Pro 2 x 3 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon. This hardware along with the current generation of iLife, Aperture, etc. lets me accomplish with ease photo, video and other projects on my Mac that I could only have dreamed of back in the day.

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  7. anthonyjross@mac.com

    I don’t know. I am a very nostalgic person and I have great fondness for the old Macs, particularly the SE/30. But for me, the best Mac ever always seems to be the most recent one I’ve picked up: at this time my Mac Pro 2 x 3 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon. This hardware along with the current generation of iLife, Aperture, etc. lets me accomplish with ease photo, video and other projects on my Mac that I could only have dreamed of back in the day.

    Reply
  8. anthonyjross@mac.com

    I don’t know. I am a very nostalgic person and I have great fondness for the old Macs, particularly the SE/30. But for me, the best Mac ever always seems to be the most recent one I’ve picked up: at this time my Mac Pro 2 x 3 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon. This hardware along with the current generation of iLife, Aperture, etc. lets me accomplish with ease photo, video and other projects on my Mac that I could only have dreamed of back in the day.

    Reply
  9. anthonyjross@mac.com

    I don’t know. I am a very nostalgic person and I have great fondness for the old Macs, particularly the SE/30. But for me, the best Mac ever always seems to be the most recent one I’ve picked up: at this time my Mac Pro 2 x 3 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon. This hardware along with the current generation of iLife, Aperture, etc. lets me accomplish with ease photo, video and other projects on my Mac that I could only have dreamed of back in the day.

    Reply
  10. anthonyjross@mac.com

    I don’t know. I am a very nostalgic person and I have great fondness for the old Macs, particularly the SE/30. But for me, the best Mac ever always seems to be the most recent one I’ve picked up: at this time my Mac Pro 2 x 3 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon. This hardware along with the current generation of iLife, Aperture, etc. lets me accomplish with ease photo, video and other projects on my Mac that I could only have dreamed of back in the day.

    Reply

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