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    Thinking about getting one of these. The price is a little steep but I could get my parents to get it for me. What do you guys think? Anyone have it or know anyone who does?



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    I've seen that before. It basically adds firewire/usb ports to your machine.... I will have to take a look at what else it adds. If it adds an audio input, I would say DEFINTELY go for it. I can't believe Apple didn't put an audio input on these iMacs... Only thing so far, that I can see, is missing.
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    Looks very nice indeed. But, only get it if you neeeeed it.
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    It doesn't add audio inputs... But it does other cool stuff, like glowing, and cable storage....

    Check it out here : http://www.xtrememac.com/formac/ufo.shtml
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    i was looking at that when it was called the iRise. i got a USB hub and a firewire hub and iMic. its not as cool looking, but it does the job.... i think there should have been a different output than the small VGA they have. they should have used the iBook output so you have hook up to a TV or projector.

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    Like Muso said only if it meets your needs. I myself only need the iMic since I am connecting it to a powerbook.
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