MacBook Pro

I don’t care that it has a crappy name, I don’t care that it looks the same as a G4 PowerBook. If it runs Windows, then I bloddy want one!

Update: It looks like they will.

Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, said in an interview Tuesday that the company won’t sell or support Windows itself, but also hasn’t done anything to preclude people from loading Windows onto the machines themselves.

Via BinaryBonsai.

Update: More rumours.

However, Intel Australia, while being careful not to comment on Apple’s hardware specifically, says motherboards based on the Intel 945 chipset already support EFI and can boot Windows with no problems.
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