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What is your favorite All-In-One Mac?

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What is your favorite All-In-One Mac?
iMac G5.
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I am biased cause I have one but I like my iMac G3, different colours reflex different personalities. Apples into the Glossy white and Brushed Alluminum now. I do like the iMac G5 alot though, very much so.
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iMac G5.I'll sell you a Gmail account if you stop saying this over and over.
Ok i stopped, how much you want for it? lol
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I like the Flat Panel iMac the best. It was so groundbreaking, so different. I mean the new ones look cool, but really, there's nothing that's super out of the ordinary. The flat panels were definitely revolutionary.

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I agree with schweb
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I like the iMac G3s because they come in different colors. My favorite one is purple (surprise, surprise).

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I was a bit disappointed that there was no option for the Power Macintosh G3 AIO, so I had to vote for "One of the older all-in-one models". :cool:

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Another cool all-in-one mac is the "20th Anniversity Mac" . Info below:

http://www.lowendmac.com/ppc/tam.shtml
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Another cool all-in-one mac is the "20th Anniversity Mac" . Info below:

http://www.lowendmac.com/ppc/tam.shtml
Yes, that was definitely a very unique (and expensive) machine. The design was quite similar to the new iMacs, with everything integrated into the flat panel display.

I might have to save up and shop around on eBay for one soon, before they all disappear forever. Just need to find someplace to put it...

Here's some very interesting info that I read at Apple-History.com, though I'm not certain if it's 100% accurate:

Date: Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 01:58:04 -0500
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Subject: 20th Anniversary Mac

I just wanted to add a comment about the 20th Anniversary Mac. I was actually selling macs retail at the time of it's release and there was a very Apple-esque promotion based around the celebration. You mention that it started at a retail of $10,000. But what this included was that a limo would deliver the Mac to your house, and a man in a Tuxedo would set it up for you. We only had one customer who actually went through with this, but as far as I know, the setup was delivered as described. Not bad for $10,000.

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