MacWorld magazine Boot Camp benchmarks with Windows XP
Macworld magazine has some interesting benchmarks running Windows XP on the MacBook Pro, comparing it to various other PCs.
Even forgetting the demonstrable performance superiority of the MacBook in the MacWorld benchmarks, why buy a Windows PC when you can buy a MacBook and run both Mac OS (vastly superior to XP in multiple ways) and Windows XP (and Linux and Windows 2000 and many other operating systems using software such as Parallels and probably VMWare before long). A foolish choice indeed, to buy an inflexible plain vanilla PC, unless price is the primary issue. Then again, running more than on OS is confusing for most casual users.