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posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 07:42 PM
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Finally, a very affordable, hassle free Mac for those who have suffered with Windows
for far too long.

The available options not only make this a fantastic average Joe CPU
but can also be used as a server or a multimedia drive for your home theater, itunes etc.

The beauty is that you can use your existing monitor, keyboard and mouse
or purchase what you need from Apple.

This little marvel offers 2 choices of the highly proven and reliable G4 processor
used in the popular PowerBook and iBook configurations.

All in a package that is 6.5 in. X 2 in. including a standard combo drive or
available DVD burning Superdrive.

This is very cool!


[edit on 13-1-2005 by FallenFromTheTree]




posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 07:56 PM
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Originally posted by FallenFromTheTree
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Finally a great quality very affordable basic Mac for those who have suffered with Windows for far too long.

The available options not only make this a fantastic average Joe CPU
but can also be used as a server and multimedia drive for your home theater, itunes etc.

All in a package that is 6.5 in. X 2 in. including a standard combo drive or
available DVD burning Superdrive.





It looks neat, but when configured equally with other mid-range PC's it will likely costs as much or more, and is not user upgradeable. Some people probably won't care - but I don't see this as being anywhere near as inovative or unique as, for example, the iPod (was). Apple has had a bunch of neat looking and/or inexpensive computers, but until they realize that they have to either be cheaper than a AMD/Intel PC of similar speed, or have a similar software base they will retain their small market share.



posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 08:17 PM
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This little machine can do far more than most people realise, but the primary target
is for the average mom and pop user who simply wants a computer that works.

Ask anyone who uses a Mac about what it's like to run a system free of adware, spyware
and virus attacks, all starting as low as $499
Until you've worked with OSX Panther, you have no idea what a pleasure it is
compared to Windows XP

While visiting the Apple home page, you may want to read about the new iLife '05
and iWork productivity suites.

If you need more power Apple has you covered.



posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 08:25 PM
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