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    xbrian87
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    Poll: MINI OR CUBE?
    Pretty simple: which do you prefer (style-wise), the mini or the cube?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbrian87
    Pretty simple: which do you prefer (style-wise), the mini or the cube?
    Style wise? The Cube.

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    Cube. However, if I could choose to own either computer I would choose Mini as its more powerfull and I am a big into folding.
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    Cube.

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    Mini Cube

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    Cube! - By the way what is the most powerful Cube G4 you've seen? As I might invest in one with my current Powerbook.
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    zap2
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    Cube, and the Cube can be made more powerful, but its pricey and not worth it

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    Kokopelli
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    cube.

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    the cube also had alot of malfunctions.

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    the mini, style-wise

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    mini..

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    The mini. The cube looks like an art-deco tissue box holder.

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    I like the cube, and its genreal style. However, it has air circulation problems.
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    Cube...

    Much better for turning into a fish tank.

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    When was the Cube stopped in production? The cube is upgradeable but then again the mini (spesh the new one) has the power and is smaller in size, hmmm I think I will go for the mini!
    Back with the mac!

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