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Tuesday January 08, 2002
02:18 PM

New i-Mac

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Hmm, not quite sure what to make of it yet.

Instead of looking like the old iMac, it should look like a sunflower. - Steve Jobs

Indeed...

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  • It looks like a wart with a hair in it, if the hair had a large dead-skin flake on the end.

    Perhaps that's unfair. Well, someone else somewhere pointed out the extreme unlikelihood of being able to replace components...is that a valid point to bring up?

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    • It looks like a wart with a hair in it

      *grin*

      ...someone else somewhere pointed out the extreme unlikelihood of being able to replace components...

      Yeh, I was pondering that also. Doesn't really look that easy to add memory or replace that f**cked hard drive...
    • Well, someone else somewhere pointed out the extreme unlikelihood of being able to replace components...is that a valid point to
                bring up?


      Yes, but Jobs demonstrated how memory upgrades are actually quite simple. You pop a cover on the bottom off and it's right there. Dunno about HD, let alone CPU etc. But it doesn't matter. iMacs are not bought by people who upgrade anything but RAM, in general.