isnt this awesome :P

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by daniel77, Mar 29, 2003.

  1. daniel77
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    while that is cool i like the current round bottom design better
     
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    It looks too 1998. The Bondi-like plastic is too "old style" for Apple to use now.

    Aside from that it looks pretty good. I like the easy motherboard access.
     
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    too 1999

    I just realised someone else thought this was dated, a year more than me it seems.
     
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    Well it had the right idea, but no company made a drive that small with no fan and basically no mother board to have a CPU on because it would run NOTHING. :p

    looks decent tho.
     
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    got to admit that design was a tad outdating but thats just the date, i agree on the plastic,how can you cool down the MB? from the back there hmnnn design would need tweaking.

    :p
     
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    ask gateway...remember the profile?
     
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    His stuff has been around for a while, but I see that he's done quite a bit more recently. Nice stuff and nicely done.

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    yeah i must admit thats nice that it has been achieved, but somehow it just doesnt work for me it looks kind of odd dont you think? not too keen on that dell design of the profile.

    Still stick to my 17" Powerbook

    when i get it that is......
     
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  13. daniel77
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    :rolleyes:
     
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    Okay, I'll elaborate: It looks like a 1950's lamp. My parents had one like it, and it sat on top the acrylic endtable. Both were deemed sickening during the classy 70's.
    Retro sucks.
     
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    that does look a bit outdated now-a-days...:rolleyes:
    but they are well done. perhaps the person now has better things to do with their time or we'd be seeing updated hiMacs.:p :D
     

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