#1931 - 07/13/0106:58 PMRe: no imac flat-panel confirmed?
Well, the advantages of a flat screen system are many: less desk space, less weight, less power to run it, sharper screen... A desktop flat screen Mac would presumably have a full keyboard, a 14 or 15" screen, cheaper but bigger drives, no need for a battery. While it seems I am almost describing a TiBook, (not a glorified iBook) it ought to be somewhat cheaper than that.<br><br>But then, it's not gonna happen, so why talk about it?<br><br>My concern is that all we can expect from Apple for now is more of the same in the same rapidly-aging form factor. Maybe an extra 100 megahertz. Big deal.<br><br>John<br>[color:red]I don't need no steenkin' signature!</font color=red>
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