Apple is celebrating the 25th birthday of the Mac tomorrow, and we asked vnunet.com readers to pick their favourite Mac from the past quarter of a century.
Since the Macintosh was born, introducing many people to the concept of a mouse and a graphical user interface for the first time, the brand has been through several iterations as the technology and people's requirements evolved.
Every long-standing Mac user has their favourite model and, according to our poll respondents, the iMac is by far the favourite, picking up 24 per cent of the vote, followed by the MacBook with 14 per cent.
Behind the two front runners were the PowerBook, Macintosh II and Power Mac with eight, six and four per cent respectively.
Similarly, there has been a long-standing battle between the Mac and PC, most famously highlighted in Apple's iconic 'I'm a Mac and I'm a PC' advertising campaign.
It appears that this ongoing struggle between the two stalwarts of the industry still divides opinion almost down the middle, with 43 per cent those who answered the poll opting for 'Macs suck. PCs rule!'
Although many users will remain ardent fans of one or the other, the advent of features such as dual boot on Macs, and the growth of Linux and other open source operating systems, means that, more than ever before, users can pick the mix that suits them best.
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