I think you have a very valid point. I am not sure if I see Apple as competing.Originally posted by AdmiralAK
Competition is getting really fierce in the gaming market and "newcomers" would not fare that well. Sony & nintendo the 2 biggest companies now are in the lead, sega killed its hardware manufacturing for consoles anyway, atari went the way of the dinosaur, and other companies are now exinct. Newcomers wont have an easy time swaying customers to their camp.
Well, I can't give you right in that. I ordered a Cube this friday (comes in tomorrow, can't wait!!!!). I thought about getting a "real" G4 in stead of the cube, but then I thinked to my self - hey, it takes a lot more space, it costs a little bit more (at least here in Denmark), and what is the real difference? The "real" G4 has more expanding-possibilities (wrong-spelled?), but I don't need that. AFAIK, there is a PCI-slot free in the cube, and that would be enough for me.I worrie about products like the g4 cube. I mean, whats the point of the cube? Anyone who buys a cube (well, almost anyone) wouldn't mind just buying a g4 power mac.
Re: PCI; not as far as I know, at least it the last year's modelOriginally posted by Spike_DK
AFAIK, there is a PCI-slot free in the cube, and that would be enough for me.
Besides, I also ordered a 17" flat-panel, the brand new from Apple. If this combo doesn't look good on a desktop, what does?