don't think so ? they fit powerbook's and ibooks and thats about all .Fredstar said:Well does it?
I don't know the stands that come with it, will it actually fit on non-Apple lcd's?
cheers (tried searching but couldn't find a thread on it)
There have been a couple of rumours about regarding a new 17 inch consumer display, however it would need to be at the right price point in order to sell well. £550 is way too much when you consider that a G5 imac is only £900. I'd be hoping for somewhere around £350 to £400 if it's a goodun', but cheaper if it didn't have FW or USB hub capability.Fredstar said:Yeh i am waiting, not getting them for the whole family till the summer so fingers crossed they are updated, didn't they come out in 2002??
I wish Apple did a 15 and 17" display for about £350 and £550 so i could get that for the family Mini and there would be no problems.
I'd like to be able to videoconference with people in underpriveledged broadband countries such as Australia without them needing to pay a fortune to get a decent upload speed Maybe H.264 could help?Pismo said:I heard the rumor of new iSights. What would Apple improve? A smaller camera? Faster framerate, better color, USB support? CHEAPER would be nice too.
well the iSight will work the Yahoo, although without sound, and with iChat, MSN messenger for the mac does not suppore video chats yet so it cant be used with it yetAbstract said:That's a good question, because I'd like to know as well.
I only use MSN messenger (although I have Adium), and I want to buy a webcam for my computer, but am not sure if an iSight is the way to go.