The Usual Suspects (G5...)

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by Stike, Feb 6, 2002.

  1. Stike macrumors 65816

    Stike

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    I was talking today to my Apple dealer. He had only fresh fruits to offer! :D

    As I was buying my iSticks, aaahh, Soundsticks :) I asked him if I should buy my new G4 Tower in April he told me to wait till summer, because there will be "most probably no more G4 Towers". I should expect G5 on MWNY, but he also said he doesn´t really know anything :D

    So I´ll wait and save money wherever I can!

    BTW Soundsticks rule :) anyone knows how to max out the volume?
     
  2. Ensign Paris macrumors 68000

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    I hope we see then at mwny, work will need new servers by then!
     
  3. Spock macrumors 68000

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    You all are crazy Apple is going to release the powermac GX Yeah it uses a new type of chips called Isolinear Optical chips. These new chips make use of single-axis optical crystal layering to acheieve subwavelength swithing distances. Nanopulse matrix technigues yeild a total speed capcity of 2.15 kiloquads per chip. Macworld
     
  4. Stike thread starter macrumors 65816

    Stike

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    Ah. Yeah. Your nick says it all.
    You´re one of those crazy guys who write dialogues for Star Trek, right?:rolleyes:

    I´d like to see those isolinear optical chips!:cool:
     
  5. Ensign Paris macrumors 68000

    Ensign Paris

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    Imagine owning a replicator!

    "I want one new iMac, New Powermac G6"

    or even a holodeck, kill bill gates over and over again!

    LONG LIFE STAR TREK!
     
  6. palala macrumors member

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    Star Trek

    Nice! only a real ST fan would mention kiloquads.
     

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