I agree. Personally i would never want a 23 inch all in one on my desk. But thats just me and i can definately see a market for them. Im sure somebody would want one.auxplage said:The 17" IMO is definitely not going away any time soon considering the price of Apple's 20" display is still $999 (the specs are better), so the 20" price cannot be low enough. Not all people even want an enormous 20" monitor on their desk let alone a 23" monitor. I would love a 23" iMac to marvel over though I would never buy one because of the waste of a monitor. 20" is the biggest I see practical for an all-in-one in the near future (not saying Apple will not come out with one ). I am expecting speed bumps.
Everyone is expecting an update? Doubtful... I don't see a 23" coming for some time, so for the next round of updates I wouldn't expect anything too major.tjwett said:buying an iMac G5. everyone is expecting an iMac update next week. think this will bring something new to the line like a 23", perhaps doing away with the 17", or are you all just expecting a speedbump?
What Apple calls HD and what is HD aren't exactly the same thing. There are two HD resolutions: 1280x720 and 1920x1080. Any monitor with 1280 pixels across (or more) and 720 pixels up and down (or more) is capable of displaying HD natively.Platform said:I hope+think that the updates will come as soon as possible
But the only reason I can see the 23" comming is becasue Steve said that 2005 is the year of HD, and the only HD displays from apple are 23" and 30".
Ok I know that you are going to say "but that is only for the pro line" but look at what happend to iMove.. it went HD