UncleB wrote: »
They are all getting a bit long in the tooth so batteries and keyboards will be your main weaknesses.
Price wise the XPS should be a lot cheaper and therefore more bang for your buck - at work we are selling off our old XPS 13 (the 9333 models) for the equivelant to $60 US although I think they sell for more than that on eBay. The equivelat Macs were selling for $600 - performance wise they are not far apart (both 16Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD) so the Mac is either overpriced or the XPS is a bargain for the money.
As for the Mac v's PC arguement - that is old news and is frankly boring now. Each have their strengths but the PC is way cheaper so you can replace it several times for the cost of a Mac should you drop it, spill liquid on it or wear an unfashionable shirt that would break the Macs screen...
Often it will be the software you use that will dictate what is the best platform. You can run Windows on the Mac but that is a bit pointless - kind of like taking a stretch limo to go to the corner store to buy beer - Expensive and often frustrating unless you are trying to point out how cool you are.
adrenaline19 wrote: »
$60 is an xps 13 9333? I'll take two please.
And an order of fries with that.
Skyliinez92 wrote: »
XPS hands down. Who would get a Mac?
stryder144 wrote: »
Multimedia creation: Apple used to have a huge edge in that space but Windows computers have caught up considerably.
Gaming: still a Windows world, though less so than a decade ago.