iMac Alternatives

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by agreenster, Jan 11, 2002.

  1. macrumors 68000

    agreenster

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    The only other 'all in one' flat screen computers by our friends at IBM and Gateway.
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    One word:
    YUCK!

    God those things are hideous!! The only one with a little style is the IBM one, but there is also a disclaimer on their site saying that the 'monitor may be different than the one shown.' I thought that was interesting. Yeah, so you order the flast screen monitor and get a CRT tube instead....

    Regardless, they also dont have many of the features that the iMac has-for example the Gateway model doesnt have a CD burner, etc. The make the iMac look VERY appealing. Also, do you notice that PC websites NEVER give you large, high res photos of their products? Its like they arent proud of them or something...

    Okay, so that was like 113 words.



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    irmongoose

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    Re: iMac Alternatives


    NICE RESEARCH!
     
  3. macrumors member

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    iMac would have...

    looked like the Gateway if Jobs hadn't taken that walk through his wife's garden like it says in the Time article. I beleive that a flat screen with all the components packed on the back was the first design and that it was changed at the last minute, as is Jobs' style.

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  4. macrumors regular

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    Jobs' Keynote explaination of the new iMac was great - lop off the back and there you have it, the new LCD iMac.
     

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