Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Jan 2006 11:28 UTC
Apple When Apple introduced the latest incarnation of its iMac G5 product line, the reactions were almost exclusively those of praise. They had managed to make the iMac G5 even thinner, while at the same time upgrading its specifications. Apple also introduced Front Row, a remote control, and a built-in iSight camera. MacSupport was so kind as to provide OSNews with this new iMac G5; here are our findings.
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by Kancept on Mon 9th Jan 2006 22:48 UTC
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I personally find my IBM Netvista X41 very stylish. It's also expandable, given it has half height PCI slots. I have TV in mine, and a handle to tote it around with should I so desire. It also has normal drive bays for upgrading drives and such. Easy to access it all as well.

I also have an Acer Veriton FP2, which I really like. It's a nice Thundercracker Blue color, and even has an AGP slot. It has TV and a nice graphic card installed atm. Also has hot swap laptop bays in it. VERY nice.

Both of these boxes run all of the OSes I choose to run on them - BeOS, ZETA, OS/2, eComStation, and a ton of flavors of linux, along with their defacto Windows.

I don't know what all you Mac heads are talking about lack of style, esp in smaller boxen. I find them much more stylish and more upgradeable than all in one macs (iMacs).

Edited 2006-01-09 22:54

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