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So yeah, of the current Macs out there, which one is the most beautiful: eMac, G4 iMac (include all sizes), G5 Powermac, G4 Powermac (colored), G4 Powermac (Quicksilver), Powerbook (all sizes), iBook (all sizes), and just for fun I'll include iMac G3 and Powermac G3 (even though they're not current).

My choice for most beautiful? Believe it or not, I choose the eMac.
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Hmm, it seems this topic is barely standing out, and few people notice it. I should've known better than to place it in the Bar and Grill area!
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Where's the Cube??!??!?
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Damn, I forgot about that. Sorry. Well, don't worry, you can still vote for the cube, just not by the poll. Hmm, it's too bad we can't edit polls like on http://www.misterpoll.com, huh?
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it was a hard choice between the powerbooks and the powermac g5, but I had to go with the g5.....it's like the next step from the al pb.
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yeah I picked G5 also and I also added cube for you guys Even though if you already voted I don't believe you can change your vote
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The Cube. All.the.way.
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This was too hard of a choice -- so my vote was a total random selection -- they all rock! I love the Cube, just saw it's TV spot yesterday
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while the G5 and cube are incredible feats of engineering and beauty, they arent so pretty when hooked up to some large, bulky CRT. they lack the beauty of the Apple display.

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Again, I'm sorry I forgot the cube. Really sorry. It's too bad that the polls can only be edited by the moderators, not even the people who created them.
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heh, well.. if you allow the people who made the polls to edit them, they could change the names of the winning poll...
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Where's the Cube??!??!?

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- It's like - he was got - they'd just like. It was like so hush hush. They were so... quiet about it. And then the next thing you know...
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