i read an article yesterday that said that they aren't making the 20" displays any more. the article also noted that they don't appear to be buying any more 30" displays from the supplier so expect them to drop that line as well.
No, not really. The video conferencing offered by most ISPs (though not all) is of a MUCH higher bandwidth. iChat is cute and all, but try adding more than 4 or 5 people to it and see how well it works.
Not to mention that true video conferencing usually involves a dedicated camera and TV set, which can capture an entire conference room, with separate audio/video sources, etc. in the software.
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I think the President uses iChat! I know they have meetings and everyone is not always present in the same room. If not, . . .
I think the government should check with Carp and Apple for an upgraded camera and get higher band, then the President could save a lot of money and use iMac instead of spending all the voters' money on needless high priced equipment!
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