Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 30th Oct 2008 20:44 UTC
Apple With the success of the iPod, the subsequent resurgence in popularity of the Macintosh platform, and the recent iPhone smash hit, it's hard to imagine that Apple was once a company that tried to enter every market possible, leaving a trail of flopped products in its wake. Forbes lists ten of them, and we take a look at some of them, and add one of our own.
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20th Anniversary Mac?
by Morgan on Fri 31st Oct 2008 01:42 UTC
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I know, it was never meant to be a big seller with its limited production, but it was one butt-ugly machine that probably wouldn't have sold much anyway. It was also $7500, which was more than twice the going rate for comparable PowerMacs. Certainly unique, but personally I'd take the Cube off the list and replace it with the TAM.

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RE: 20th Anniversary Mac?
by optimusg4 on Fri 31st Oct 2008 02:44 in reply to "20th Anniversary Mac?"
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I believe that for $2500 more, you would have someone from Apple deliver it by limo and set it up for you. Not sure if anyone paid $10k for the machine though.

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