Watch out Apple... apperently


macrumors 65816
Original poster
Jan 3, 2002
I checked the details on the site... they say their machine is a P4 but the machine that they are comparing to the eMac is a celeron with a DVD drive. The PC has 128 Mb more RAM but the mac graphics card is 350Mhz (more than double).


macrumors 6502a
Oct 12, 2001
They still have to make sure they have a stable system with a program that easy for consumers to use. Did you see the Windows version of iMovie? There's no competition.


macrumors 65816
Original poster
Jan 3, 2002
Originally posted by vitruvius
yeak!! that thing seem to came directly from 2001:Space Odissey:p
Watch out, I remember that is how Seal described the iPod
:D :D


macrumors 68020
Jan 6, 2002
Buffy's bedroom
Man... those windoze folk just don't get it, do they? If people want raw performance, thye'll probably buy a PC. If people want ease of use - an all round pleasant computing experience - along with a heap of better-than-anything-on-the-market multimedia apps, they'll buy a Mac.

I don't care how fast that machine is, and I don't care how many features it has. I like OS X and Apple's free iApps.

King Cobra

macrumors 603
Mar 2, 2002
Dear Jack. That's one ugly sonbit. :rolleyes: :eek:

Of all the years the peecee world has tried to copy Apple's brightest and best innovations this gets the golden globe award for most embarassing. :p :p :p :p

As for the Windoze version of iMovie, I think I saw that on some jerky Pee4ork 2.0GHz peecee commercial advertisement, where you could make a movie in 30 seconds. What a **** load of :eek: that was, err, is.

Again, the peecee world continues to expose themselves to the world on how beligerant and embarassing they can be. The only difference this time is that it's an all-in-one. :p :D

Sun Baked

macrumors G5
May 19, 2002
Wait a minute, it might look ugly to you but look at some of the features it has that the iMac doesn't.

Northgate's Integra™ features a built-in sub-woofer and 5.1 channel speaker jacks as standard specifications. Users can enjoy full sound effects by the use of an X-earphone delivering 4.1 channel speaker quality sounds, or use with external speakers to deliver full 5.1 surround sound. The Integra™ comes standard with DVD, and CDR-W, and easy to use DVD software. Furthermore, Northgate's Integra is offered standard with firewire interface and four USB 2.4 ports for maximum performance in downloading video and high-speed connections to external peripherals. The Integra™ is also offered standard as a network ready, as well as Internet ready.

Enjoy live TV or DVD, and listen to great sound system including FM Radio. Capture and record TV or video files, as well as record DVDs with the optional recordable DVD player. TV feature includes remote control and support international TV standards (NTSC, PAL, SECAM).
If it uses a standard replaceable video card it may be a viable dorm computer compared to an iMac - sort of reminds me of an updated version of the black Mac.

Mr. Anderson

Moderator emeritus
Nov 1, 2001
Pretty lame stuff, sorry to see it happen. I wonder if Apple will do anything about it, or just be happy to see it die slowly......


macrumors newbie
Jul 14, 2002
All in none

I would buy this but it lacks the shaver socket, the tin opener, a built in ash-tray facility, a sunroof & a hook for hanging furry dice.
I've just read around 40 posts ......'complaining' about Apple!!!


macrumors 601
Jul 18, 2002
Originally posted by asurace
I find it hard to believe that it "has been well received by loyal Apple users" :rolleyes:
perhaps it's a positive spin on those loyal apple users happy that the thing stinks and won't take away any apple sales. :)


macrumors newbie
Jan 7, 2002

check out the poor attempt at an "Aqua" button!

reminds me of the first effects people ever learnt with photoshop - bevel, embos, drop-shadow, bish bosh look at my clever web sh|te!

Actually, just clicked on it, and surprise surprise it's a broken link on my mac browser, seems like people can get paid to make any old cr@p nowadays.



macrumors regular
May 4, 2002
i've nothing against pc's but that thing is fugly. it has a normal looking keyboard but the rest is 60's space age.


macrumors 68000
now THATS funny

a built-in subwoofer??? yea, right...where is the speaker? and how do you fit a good sized magnet for the speaker in that puppy. and if they DID figure out how to fit some sort of speaker that could move enough air to pump out sub frequencies...wouldn't the computer just vibrate off of the desk?

i guess thats a good positive spin on the reality of " our computer has a crummy speaker that has no high frequency response"...

hey, lets call it a subwoofer...:rolleyes: