What I want.

Discussion in 'Hardware Rumors' started by sjestus, Dec 8, 2001.

  1. macrumors member

    Oct 15, 2001
    What I want is a new iMac.

    15in TFT, 1GHz PPC from IBM, 1GB SDRAM, 80GB HD, ATI Radeon 8500dv 64MB,8 firewire ports, 12 USB ports, GigaWire, 1MB L2 Cache running at 1GHz, 16x DVD 24x10x40x CDRW not a slot loader. And a sound card that supports DTS and 7.1 surround,
  2. macrumors 68000

    Ensign Paris

    Nov 4, 2001
    This is what u will get, probably:

    15in TFT,
    Max. 1GHz PPC from IBM,
    Not Standerd but Max.1GB SDRAM, (Possible DDRRAM)
    80GB HD
    ATI Radeon 8500dv 64MB (Maybe GeForce2 32mb)

    8 firewire ports - No Chance
    12 USB ports - No Chance
    GigaWire - Little Chance, in G5 first
    1MB L2 Cache running at 1GHz - Not yet!
    16x DVD 24x10x40x CDRW not a slot loader (Possibly Combo drive, but none that fast! Possibly a 16x one)
    Sound card that supports DTS and 7.1 surround - No Chance, I have 5.1 running of my powermac through my sherwood amp and a creative labs card.

  3. Retired


    Jul 9, 2000
    i agree with ensign paris

    and i have seen a lot a good suprises from apple (like the cube which i loved but which cost apple very dearly i'm sure)

    ...but 12 usb ports? no way in 2002

    but with all the extra usb junk i find myself buying, i can certainly use 12 usb ports since i have two printers, two scanners, an external zip, and a digital camera, and i plan to buy another camera sometime and maybe an external usb hard drive and/or peerless drive and one of those thin cannon scanners sounds cool and...
  4. macrumors 68030


    Jun 25, 2001
    Moneyapolis, Minnesota
    i agree that people are buying more and more usb peripherals. but there really should be no mass need for usb ports. most "normal" people only really need a max af 3. by normal i mean people who do not sit at their computer all day like most of us. so i think that 4 would be a good number of ports. but i think we'll be seeing usb start to get phased out soon and *replaced* with 1394.

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