We've whipped up a new poll for your voting pleasure, but before getting into that, let's have a look at the results of our last poll. When asked whether the prospect of an inexpensive dual-core Pentium D processor renewed their interest in the Intel platform, only 24% of voters said yes. An overwhelming 71% of voters were unfazed by the relatively cheap Pentium D 820, while 5% already have a thing for Prescott.
For our latest poll, we're tackling Apple's recent spiritual realignment.Go vote.
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