at Quanta site---for whatever it's worth:
Quanta's product lineups
a. Full (complete) notebook PC line:
from commercial models to consumer models, low to high levels, both IBM-compatible and MAC models.
b. LCD line:
i. The LCD monitor: 15" panel is the major market at present to replace the 17" CRT monitor. The product has a streamlined design, with built-in speakers for available USB port, the panel is designed with 30° back and forth movement and a viewable angle at 130°.
ii. LCD PC: molded desktop PC with 15" LCD panel to replace traditional desktop PC with its light-weight and slim features.
iii. LCD IA: molded simplified desktop PC with 10"-12" LCD panel targeted at the Internet market.
c. Wireless communication line: 3-band GSM mobile phone.
i. Booksize PC: all-in-one design with 4 USB ports and P-III CPU supportive, with options for DVD or CD-RW.
ii. Server: 4 CPUs supportive, 840 chipset server or 2 CPUs supportive. It has been certified by Windows 2000
never says that the 15 or 12" is an imac, but sounds like it may be....i like the line:
"The product has a streamlined design, with built-in speakers for available USB port, the panel is designed with 30° back and forth movement and a viewable angle at 130°."
sounds like an apple 15inch display with speakers...exactly the design i would like to see...g
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