Kemplar.com is selling 1.25 GHz G4 Cubes with 1 GB RAM, GeFo...

Discussion in 'MacBytes.com News Discussion' started by MacBytes, Jul 21, 2003.

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    wdlove

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    I agree that it is cute and compact, a unique design. It's good to hear that it has been placed in the Smithsonian. I still want my G5!
     
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    you hit it right on the head! i love the cube, but why not spend a couple more hundred in a month and fly with the g5! if it was half the price i'd be more inclined to pick up a cube and turn it into a digital hub for my entertainment center or something.
     
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    It's a real shame that the Cube has remained at a high price. Even used Cubes on ebay are still at $700 on the low end. I'd also love to have a Cube for experimentation.

    Ah, well.
     
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    Too expensive for my tastes, but if you are looking for a SFF, headless G4 mac, hear ya go. Alot of people have been wanting one of those lately, with the "bring back the cube" threads, etc.
     
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    Yeah a little high on price but the Cube was great in design and I think will never go out or style and never stop being upgraded.
     
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    Teh price is too high. maybe at 1300 ill be interested
     

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