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davgreg said:The Texas Instruments 4A had a "Peripheral Expansion Box" that was modular in a lateral setup way back in the early days of personal computing.
H-P offers a somewhat modular compact desktop with different plug-in modules connecting through a USB connector. The Elite Slice has been on sale for a couple of years.
I do not know if the report is correct, but Apple has a long history of proprietary connectors used to lock customers in.
JWSC said:qwwera said:What if...Ford’s decision to exit the car market and focus on trucks and commercial vehicles is it’s way of opening production to building Apple’s cars? Apple using Ford’s expertise, factories, dealer networks sounds like a plan. Of all the American car companies I think Ford is the best and only one i trust. I think if Apple does indeed build a car it would probably be with Ford.
I went to work in Sacramento this summer for a couple of months. And the memory of that time that I tell everyone is that it was the first time in my life that I went to a McDonalds with two guards standing out front. I was new to the city so I just wanted something familiar near by where I wouldn’t need to drive. Scariest McDonalds ever.