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Well, i was just watching a re run of "Seinfeld", when i saw something really cool.

You know Jerry's computer, the one that hes hardly ever been on but is always there? Well, it has always been a Macintosh, but they change models througout the seasons.

Heh, yesterday, the one about the furr coat in the tree, Jerry had a 20th Century Macintosh!!! Isn't that cool!

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is that a real mac? if it is , i have never seen that
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its real. its the 20th anniversary mac.
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i noticed that as i watched seinfeld last night too. Before that i think he has a macintosh classic, can't ever really see it tho.
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is that a real mac? if it is , i have never seen that
Its real, and if you paid 10,000$ for it, somebody came in a limo wearing a tux to set it up for you.

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ha ha. i want a guy in a tux.

isn't it ironic that Jerry, whos never seen using his computer, has one that costed 7000$? Ha, talk about top of the line for nothing!
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Later on in the series all of Seinfelds stuff got upgraded then he eventually just had a generic PC in the background.

As for that 20th anniversary mac, I had never seen that before, it looks great, a real novelt item for sure.

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of what?
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does anyone have a picture?
picture of the system is in the first post.

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If that's the 20th Anniversary mac, are there plans to bring out a 30th anniversary mac?
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wonder what THAT would look like.

The TAM was released prior to Apple's "colorful, transparent, plastic" lineup of iMacs and iBooks. So i'm not sure what the TAM (Thirtieth) would look like.
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probably like some $30,000 iMac , lol
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If that's the 20th Anniversary mac, are there plans to bring out a 30th anniversary mac?
The 20th Anniversary Mac was (if I'm not mistaken) Gil Amelio's baby. I don't think Steve would take that kind of idea.

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