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Son o Pismo. There it is. That's what people want or Apple thinks people want. Forget Steve Martin's "Let's Get Small". It's Randy Newman's "Short People". Not me. How about you?

[ 01-07-2002: Message edited by: yablaka ]</p>
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[quote]Originally posted by yablaka:
<strong>Son o Pismo. There it is. That's what people want or Apple thinks people want. Forget Steve Martin's "Let's Get Small". It's Randy Newman's "Short People". Not me. How about you?

[ 01-07-2002: Message edited by: yablaka ]</strong><hr></blockquote>

Hrm, Apple now has a SUPERB consumer lineup. Heck, if I had the money, i'd buy 3 computers - mini iBook, maxi iBook and uber iMac.
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I like the idea of a 14" iBook but I'm surprised Apple didn't get it to weigh less than it does.
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Isn't the big ibook s'posed to have extra battery power? maybe all that extra space is used up by battery cells.

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