Creative COW SIGN IN :: SPONSORS :: ADVERTISING :: ABOUT US :: CONTACT US :: FAQ
Creative COW's LinkedIn GroupCreative COW's Facebook PageCreative COW on TwitterCreative COW's Google+ PageCreative COW on YouTube
APPLE FINAL CUT PRO:HomeFCP ForumFCP XFCPX TechniquesFCP TutorialsFC ServerBasics ForumPodcastFAQ

Re: Why Apple should let HP build its workstations

COW Forums : Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate

VIEW ALL   •   ADD A NEW POST   •   PRINT
Share on Facebook
Respond to this post   •   Return to posts index   •   Read entire thread


Jeremy GarchowRe: Why Apple should let HP build its workstations
by on Mar 8, 2012 at 2:54:56 am

I think it would be a great thing.

It wouldn't be much cheaper as many people have shown in this forum many times (similarly spec'd HP Towers and MacPros don't have a huge price differential).

But wouldn't Apple have to open the OS to more graphics cards? OpenCL and Cuda? Potentially create and optimize new and specialized firmware? I'm asking because I don't know, but do you think Apple would have any interest in this at all? They play their cards close to the chest, this would allow a peek at their hand.

Does this mean they'd have to support HP laptops too? Wouldn't that go against Apples interests? And wouldn't the people who don't want to throw down on a Z series, but want a laptop be pissed at both HP and apple?

Maybe I'm just shell shocked after the June 21st bomb, but there's been enough dissent, I can't imagine trying to create more.

Not sure if Apple would ever do it, or if they are even remotely interested, but I'm sure a lot of people here would be, me being one of them.

As far as porting avid and adobe to Linux, not sure if that makes sense. If professional editors with desktops are a niche, professional editors on Linux are a microorganized version of that niche. Is it worth it for Avid or Adobe?


Posts IndexRead Thread
Reply   Like  
Share on Facebook


Current Message Thread:




LOGIN TO REPLY



FORUMSTUTORIALSFEATURESVIDEOSPODCASTSEVENTSSERVICESNEWSLETTERNEWSBLOGS

Creative COW LinkedIn Group Creative COW Facebook Page Creative COW on Twitter
© 2014 CreativeCOW.net All rights are reserved. - Privacy Policy

[Top]