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Discussion in 'Mac Blog Discussion' started by arn, Jan 25, 2003.
Someone submitted this... you can find it on MacConnection's site:
there's another one... though it doesn't say "new apple product"
$1499 & $2999 at about 10 pounds each?
I'm thinking new displays.
New displays for sure!
Oh man...shouldn't get my hopes up...but I think it's a Cube (the chances of it being a cube is miniscule because it wouldn't weigh 10 pounds).
maybe something else...
two displays at two totally different prices? I doubt it...
edit: the 15" studio display weighs in at a little over 11 pounds...the odds of it being a display are like zero...
Well, it could potentially correspond to a 20" and 23" LCD. (with a price drop on the current LCD)
But... also 10.00 Lbs could just be a "default" weight.
who knows... it could be nothing
I'm thinking that they're going to drop the 22", introduce a 20.1" at about the price of the 'new Apple product' and drop the 23" down about a thousand which could explain the price differences.
yeah, but it's a $42 shipping fee...looks like displays, or, else?
Why not call them up and ask about the item number?
Whatever they are, if they are anything, wouldn't this tell us that they probably will come out this Tuesday, the 28? I don't think MacConnection would leave something that vague on their site for more than a few days.
yeah im gonna have to go with LCD's. the prices sound just about right. seems like a nice price for the 20.1" if thats what it is.
if it was the rebirth of the cube, quite a few ppl will be happy
Would also be a nice price for the new PowerMacs...
Searched for 'MITonly' brought up a third item.
MIT AppleCare Plan PowerBook
Just an FYI, those prices are the same exact prices my University Apple store is selling the 2 new Powerbooks at. I think that's what that is. If you search for the previous item number (423950) it is a Powerbook. Not exactly conclusive, but I think that's what I'll guess.
P.S. I know what you are going to say..."but the Apple Ed Store has them for $1699!" That's true, but my University (University of Nebraska) has them for $1499 and $2999.
Before the server hicup that caused us to lose a bunch of posts on this thread...
someone said they called MacConnection and that it was an MIT (the school) deal... and seemed that it was simply the current powerbooks
That's too bad. . .
I was looking forward to some new displays.
Yeah... a ten pound Apple display... my 17" Apple display weighs 22 pounds. Congratulations... this is the dumbest post I have ever seen.