So Apple means Small. Here's some links to see all the cool tchotsch that I mentioned in my article.
The original Newton MessagePad. How Cute.
The Newton, still going strong in certain cult circles, years after being discontinued by Apple.
Specs on the last Newton - It had a 162 Mhz processor, 2 pc card slots, and a 480x320 16-shade greyscale display, backlit in all its monochromatic glory.
The G4 Cube - This thing was fricken' hot. Would make a pretty cool webserver in your home, I think, maybe a webcam server, something of that nature. I mean, its like the size of a toaster... and you can turn it into one of the world's coolest aquariums... what can't it do??
The Mac Mini - This thing is so cool, it makes me want to curse. It freakin' KICKS. And while the entry-level price is a modest, cool $500, if you are like me, the configuration you want runs for more like $1,103.00. +10 cool points for anyone who can tell me what config that would me.
ColorwarePC'ed Mac Minis... Need I say more?
Now your mac mini can be even more amazing, because it is painted a sexy shade of red. This will get you chicks, I promise.
The iBook mini does not exist... >yet. Check out the rumor on it though, as Apple is demostratably cool and it wouldn't be surprising to see one in the works.
That's all I got for you right now. I will, as always, be ever-vigilant and watchful on the internet horizons, and I'll post any interesting stories that I see on this blog here so that you all can stay on the up-and-up without getting too down-and-dirty.
Oh, and can we do a little test? I'm not sure anyone is actually going to read this blog ever, so if you are, would you please kindly post a comment so I know that my words to not immediately fall into digital oblivion? Thanks.
And I'm sorry this blog didn't go up until late on Friday. I'm a fool, 'nuff said.Posted by pedalboy at March 11, 2005 7:13 PM