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Old 31st January 2006, 04:51   #1
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Apple Makes the Switch: iMac G5 vs. iMac Core Duo

The iMac is an interesting option for the desktop user, as it is very much a "lifestyle" computer, but a very functional and capable one at that. The iMac is the epitome of what today's PC makers simply do not create - and that is a modern, stylish take on the desktop computer.

It has been done many times in the past, you combine a monitor with a computer and sell it as one.
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Really into quiet computing, you will have to go to the other side. Sleep well next to your pillow

sorry, no dBA reading for you.
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