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iMac - Question for current gen. iMac owners


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I noticed that the base of the machine seems a tad narrow. I was wondering if anyone had any "toppling" issues w/ their iMac. Not that I'm one to put a Mac into a precarious situation, I was just wondering. Discuss...
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{off topic!}

Does the "discuss" come from coffee talk?

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I'm getting verklempt, talk amongst yourselves. Here's a topic:

an iPod is neither an eye, nor a pod. Discuss... LOL
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HA! you rock!

Back on topic, When I had my imac I had no issues.. the base is quite heavy and It would not be easy for it to have a toppling issue.


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I thought that when I saw it.....

Then tried to pick it up
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Yeah, no iMac tipping problems here. I often grab it by the side where the CD/DVD drive is to rotate it around to access the USB ports on the back, and it doesn't tip at all. Unless you do something ridiculous to it, don't worry.

Sitting, waiting, wishing...
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yea theres def no balance issues whatsoever...the design on the iMacs is great...as always

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They do not tip....


But they do ROCK!!!!
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it's built like a brick ****house no stability problems
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Solid as a rock my friend (and a good looking rock at that!)
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Well, looks like that's settled. Thanks everyone!
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no problems here
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mines great. - no probs.

the base is metal and quit heavy and apple wouldnt design something that is designed to sit on ur desk that would topple over.
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