Apple has released its new line of iMac computers. The new design spec is made of aluminum and glass. Besides being absolutely gorgeous, they also come with some better standard specs. The pricing starts at $1,199.00 for a 20" version. I guess Apple decided to do away with the 17" altogether. I would love to get my hands on one of these, but I will wait until the new version of OSX is released in October. Apple continues not only to lead with software innovation, but also in design innovation of all of its products. Clearly, they understand the difference between a good computer and a perfect peice of hardware.
I'm going to now go ahead and plug my own article about design innovation in tech products: »http://www.aselabs.com/articles.php?id=210
Clearly, they understand the difference between a good computer and a perfect peice of hardware.
Of course they do. Because while I do like Apple products, the iMac is not (and never has been) been a good computer. Maybe the new one will be better, but I doubt it.
Michael: Jodie, how's my schedule look for today? Jodie: You've got a conference and dinner party at the Japanese Embassy regarding wildlife protection. Michael: Oh, yeah...sorry, but I'll have to cancel that. I'm heading out to save America!