Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Aug 2007 22:31 UTC
Apple Ars has reviewed the brand new iMac. They conclude: "The Intel Macs are fast, the majority of apps have been released as Universal Binaries, and Apple's product line - including the new iMac - is in a good place. The iMac is also competitive on price with other all-in-one PCs, so if you absolutely love the all-in-one form factor, the iMac is one of lower-priced options available. If you've been holding on to your Power PC Mac and waiting for the right time to make the big switch to Intel, the appearance of the new iMac marks an excellent opportunity." CNet also has a review.
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RE: Do we actually need all-in-one
by MrSidecar on Fri 10th Aug 2007 10:28 UTC in reply to "Do we actually need all-in-one"
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One reason could be to reduce clutter. One box less, that alone is quite appealing- given the uglyness of most PC boxes. Plus, less cables between the boxes. Another, in case of Apple products, of course is to totally avoid ugly-looking PC enclosures (see . I agree that depends on taste- thatīs a given.

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