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well, i was a bit bored and was wondering what would be the next gadget Apple will come out with.. so here's the Macphone =)

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Very Cool
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Dual Cameras? Core Duo? Mini iLife?

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Dual Cameras? Core Duo? Mini iLife?
yeah..that's a 3G phone. Video conferencing.
here are the specs:

MacPhone running OSX 10.4 & Windows Vista
Core Duo
2 Integrated Isight
7900gt Gfx integrated (mobile version)
3 Modes: Itunes/Video. Phone. PDA.
80Gig of internal memory
Bluetooth v.2.0
Trackpad with display.
Mini iLife included
30hours talktime & 300hours stanby mode
:black: :headphone :spook: neye: :dummy: :p :miner: :dive:

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Perfect! The phone that costs as much as a Cali house.
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Haha that's great

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I want one. When do you put them into production? Ha ha.
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Core Duo?

Ouch, I wouldn't want to hold THAT up to my ear...
Unless of course, it's only designed to be placed on a flat surface at least 10feet away and shouted at...

*Earburn*
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would it fit in a back pack ? It'd be the size of a brick.

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slim as a nano, powerful as a macbook pro.

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One day it WILL be produced, as technology moves on and on. They have to keep developing and inventing. I give it 5 years before something that small is commonplace.

I will be one of the first in the queue when they do start selling them though.
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i doubt it will ever happen.

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i doubt it will ever happen.
Not soon, but one day
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this would be sweet, nice work
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