MacIntel (plural MacIntels)
- (computing) A Macintosh computer with an Intel CPU.
2003 April 7, Dvorak, John C., “How the MacIntel Will Change the Market”, in PC Magazine:
- There is no doubt that a MacIntel machine could supplant the Wintel platform. And most likely, the entire hungry Linux community could port all the x86 Linux code to the MacIntel OS within weeks, creating a huge flood of good products.