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Likelihood Of A 30" iMac


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Do you think they'll ever put one out? Or better yet, put one out before 2010. Personally, I'd be ALL over it. Anyone else?

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I don't think so, for most people the 24" is big enough. And if it isn't a Pro/mini/notebook with a display would probably be the best option.

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I don't think my table would fit the 30", and I don't think I'd be able to sit far enough to view the screen fully. And its gonna be bigger than the TV in my room lol.

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Idk.. I don't think that it would be worth thier time and money to make it. I mean have you seen the 24 in... i'm sure you have its huge and totally big enough for most people. but my friend has a huge screen for his pc.. idk how big it is exactly..but it is huge and really kinda nice to see the giant screen...its kinda like disney world... if you go there every month is not that great but once and awhile its fun awesome to be there.
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I don't think so, for most people the 24" is big enough. And if it isn't a Pro/mini/notebook with a display would probably be the best option.
True. From a designer standpoint thought, it would be an awesome computer. I have a 24" cinema display hooked up to my MacPro (which recently blew up) and thought it would be nice to have it all consolidated into one machine. Thus, my dream for a 30" iMac

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I don't think my table would fit the 30", and I don't think I'd be able to sit far enough to view the screen fully. And its gonna be bigger than the TV in my room lol.
LOL. Well, this way you can have a TV and computer in one

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Idk.. I don't think that it would be worth thier time and money to make it. I mean have you seen the 24 in... i'm sure you have its huge and totally big enough for most people. but my friend has a huge screen for his pc.. idk how big it is exactly..but it is huge and really kinda nice to see the giant screen...its kinda like disney world... if you go there every month is not that great but once and awhile its fun awesome to be there.
Yeah, it is pretty big. My 24" still can't get most of my layouts full screen though and it would be nice to be able to do that. I've used the 30" and it'll display them at 100%, but I don't want to up my 24" just yet. I have a feeling that they might revamp the 30" just as they did the 24".

I agree with the statement that it isn't for everyone. It would be nice though...

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I think so and by the end of 2010.. why not?
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