Right, I know you can't sue over the size of a monitor, but lets suppose Apple for some odd reason kept their current curvy, glossy, fruity design with the iMac. However, when they updated that design to the 17" monitor size suppose it looked like Future Power's new computer and Apple gets sued, that suit would come with a touch of irony.<br><br>- Jake Minturn<br>Writer, Web Designer, and MacNerd<br>"She was a black-top bombshell straight outta Bombay. She was easy on the eyes, so I had nothing to say."
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