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[pfffffffff]. More like they'll get knocked out. That thing just looks like it houses a hydro meter. Pls. What's with the 4 lights?? Is that cool?? You know how things go. Recall when Gateway came out with something that was supposed to take the iMac out? This all in one unit? Where is it now?? - not on their site, that's for sure! oh well... this is to be expected. now, they're all trying to take the iPod out. Must suck being at the top...
 

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Why behave like embittered old spinsters? Imitation is the best flatery, even if it is two years behind and not very good...
 

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This case is still ugly compared to the Power Mac G5 case.
 

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c'mon, are you guys seriously bashing this third party case manufacturer? vicious! pc case makers such as lian li and coolermaster have been making aluminum cases years before the G5 was announced. so to say that it is a knock off is not fair. as for the ripped logo - i'm sure osX was NOT the first to use an "X" as a logo. c'mon guys, apple makes great stuff - there's no need to bash everything not mac...is there?
 

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Yeah,those lights on the first pc don't look anything like the intake vents on the G4.And it's funny how the X is the exact same font as the OSX logo.Kinda looks orange too.Not a rippoff at all.
 

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Kinda looks like something we made in sheetmetal class back in the day. Also reminds me of the current cover of Computer Shopper. Seems the manufacturers are beginning to build housings that aren't tall and rectangular anymore. There is a Sony looking every bit like the runt of the litter from Apple's early Cube design rejects.

Cube--Pure simplistic elegange

Sony boob--whatever

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
 

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Kinda looks like something we made in sheetmetal class back in the day. Also reminds me of the current cover of Computer Shopper. Seems the manufacturers are beginning to build housings that aren't tall and rectangular anymore. There is a Sony looking every bit like the runt of the litter from Apple's early Cube design rejects.

Cube--Pure simplistic elegange

Sony boob--whatever


Imitation is still the sincerest form of flattery
 
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