From: Steve Richter <srichter@AutoCoder.com>
> "Awesome processing power
> You can choose from three super models: the dual 800MHz Power Mac G4 with
> SuperDrive, 867MHz Power Mac G4 with SuperDrive or the 733MHz Power Mac G4
> with a CD-RW drive."
>
> So the fastest iSeries has a slower chip than the standard Mac.
>
> This is not trivial.  The slow cpu of the iSeries prevents modern
> programming languages from being used on our system.
>

That is exactly the point: If you want modern programming
languages on a high-performance box, IBM wants you to
buy the presses  (remember: p is for performance).



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