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Originally posted by chipz
I wholeheartedly agree. I am satisfied with an AIO. I don't need the oversized computer that sits under my desk. A simple machine is all I want and need. The eMac might be a nice machine, but I prefer an LCD - that's why I like the iMac.

I second that, although the iMac's design has limited Apple's ability to make it more optionable.

There must be options for gamers on the GPU as a BTO (but try to fit a 9600/9800 in an imac?), removing the power supply, might help, but i think a 1.5G G4 would satisfy most purchases, and dropped the damm price. A single G5 (2G) at the high end would be nice for those 20" buyers.
post #242 of 242
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Originally posted by hasapi
There must be options for gamers on the GPU as a BTO (but try to fit a 9600/9800 in an imac?), removing the power supply, might help, but i think a 1.5G G4 would satisfy most purchases, and dropped the damm price. A single G5 (2G) at the high end would be nice for those 20" buyers.

BTO options? Just give us a GeForce FX 5200 in an AGP slot. G4? Forget about it. Let it die. 2GHz G5 nice for 20" buyers? Yeah, until 4 years down the road when they're going to have to chuck that nice 20" screen with their computer.

Apple, just gives us a PowerMac G5 Express, please.
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