Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 13th Apr 2008 16:29 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Every now and then, a computer comes along that makes a mark, that sets a trend, or that simply stuns you - but not because of its internals, its processor or its software, but because of its appearance. Through the history of computing, there have been a number of computers that were actually designed to appeal not just because of raw technology alone, but also because of stunning looks. Read on for a countdown of my ten most beautiful computers.
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Discredited list
by tonymus on Sun 13th Apr 2008 21:22 UTC
tonymus
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2006-01-15

Any list about good looking computers that does not have the Commodore Amiga 1000 on it should be automatically discredited.

The A1000 was the finest looking computer released up to that date. Why other manufacturers never embraced the keyboard garage is beyond me.

Apple has since took the design ball and ran with it (to their credit), although the Dell XPS is an interesting looking computer...

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RE: Discredited list
by Thom_Holwerda on Sun 13th Apr 2008 21:26 in reply to "Discredited list"
Thom_Holwerda Member since:
2005-06-29

Any list about good looking computers that does not have the Commodore Amiga 1000 on it should be automatically discredited.

The A1000 was the finest looking computer released up to that date. Why other manufacturers never embraced the keyboard garage is beyond me.

Apple has since took the design ball and ran with it (to their credit), although the Dell XPS is an interesting looking computer...


Any person's opinion should be automatically discredited when they find the Dell XPS beautiful ;) .

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RE[2]: Discredited list
by xk2600 on Mon 14th Apr 2008 13:38 in reply to "RE: Discredited list"
xk2600 Member since:
2008-04-14

Any person's opinion should be automatically discredited when they find the Dell XPS beautiful ;) .

Wooot.

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