I’ve read some stupid reasons why platform X is better than platform Y in my time, but this one on Cult of Mac really takes the biscuit:
“Apple never, ever expresses battery life based on the number of cells that make it up. The ThinkPad I have at work is available with a 4, 6, and 9-cell option. And I have no idea what any of it means or why I should care. Apple just tells me how long I can work without a power source, which is what I actually care about.
The PC-makers just don’t get it.”
Words actually, seriously fail me. Aside from being demonstrably false if you bother to look at PC vendor’s sites, it makes him sound like the kind of person who spends his time combing the Internet for any negative reference to Macs, then writing 5,000 word “Emergency Response Briefings” which he then reposts on every Mac forum on the planet.