5GHz POWER MAC?

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by thejazzman10, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. thejazzman10 Guest

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    WHOA! i just saw this at apple.com!!!



    Prizes overview



    One (1) winner will be selected on the basis of the criteria described above to receive a Grand Prize package consisting of the following:

    15-inch PowerBook G4

    Power Mac 5 GHZ

    20-inch iMac G4

    iPod Mini

    Herman Miller office chair

    Pantone Spyder Pro

    Adobe® Creative Suite Premium Full

    Mac OS X version 10.3 "Panther"

    HP Designjet 130

    HP Designjet 815mfp

    HP Photosmart 7900 printer

    HP Photosmart R707 digital camera

    HP Graphics Media & Supplies kit

    HP Digital Projector 6100

    iPod is a registered trademark/trademark, and G5 is a registered trademark/trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Adobe is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

    Approximate retail value of Grand Prize package: $40,000.

    URL:
    apple.com


    yeah, probably just a typo but for now, lets savor the moment! (any ideas how they would cool a 5 GHz G5? :D )....waiiiit.....they didn't say what KIND of powermac......
     
  2. King Cobra macrumors 603

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    Meh, I still like the typo for the online price of Jaguar (can't remember company)...$28000 something.
     
  3. JOD8FY macrumors 6502a

    JOD8FY

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    They probably meant to say PowerMac G5, not 5 Ghz.

    Nice to dream though :).

    Best wishes,
    JOD8FY
     
  4. blue&whiteman macrumors 65816

    blue&whiteman

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    well, there are a lot of dorks out there that combine the speeds of both chips on a dual system. ie. call a dual 2.5 a 5 or dual 2 a 4ghz. silly people..
     
  5. themadchemist macrumors 68030

    themadchemist

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    Hardly dorks--dorks would know better. These folks we would call fools.

    However, my question is why you would say it was on apple.com when the URL is clearly from HP's domain?
     

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