I know that many schools are cramped and crowded. I think a 17 inch model for education would be a better choice. But of course Apple doesn't made one anymore. I see a lot of schools passing on this product.
Originally Posted by wizard69
I could go on but I look at desktop computers this way, they are still machines that solve problems that can't be solved any other way. Further the lack of an expandable desktop...
Originally Posted by PhilBoogie
Aha, someone who misses the DVD drive. Apple was early with dropping the floppy, too. Many people seemed to like that change. Just like many liked it when Apple was an early...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
T Desktops are designed to be used at a desk or some station and have battery or built-in accessories that allow them to be portable.
And as such a desktop computer does not...
Originally Posted by macxpress
The issue with this is and always has been, I don't want cables, boxes, hard drives, etc all over my desk or else the pretty iMac will end p looking like the Dell shown below...
Originally Posted by Winter
This "xMac" that several of you seem to want, give me some dimensions of (height, width, volume) and what are the specs?
The xMac begins with an easy to open case. No putty knives,...
Originally Posted by lightknight
Europe actually has quite a logical body of law, per country, apart maybe for France which suffers from excessive legislation.
You're joking right? Spain going...