The Motorola chips are far more advanced than those used in x86 PCs. Hell, I have PC friends who are actually proud of the fact they have six fans on their PCs, and two fans to cool the processor on their laptop.
The G3 and G4 chipsets run without need of cooling. They don't overheat and crash, like PC chips. And a Mac never humms like a dishwasher when you're listening to music, like a PC does.
Then, of course, there is the fact that the x86 chips are the only ones that haven't adopted RISC technology. That x86 chips are produced by a number of vendors desperate to under-cut each other's prices while squeezing a little more out of their technology than is reliable. Or, that x86 chips are built on layers of legacy technology and have to accept commands written for 8, 16 and 32 bit software.
One of the things that makes the Mac special is its superior technology, and not even the most insanely greeder marketeers will ever take that away from us.
- iMac G5 1.8GHZ 17" | SuperDrive | 160GB | 512MB | Airport Extreme | Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse | Wacom Intuos II
- Pentax *ist DL - JVC MiniDV Camcorder - Airport Express - iPod Nano 1gb white