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 Network Computing and the Mac

"Apple is in a place where they need to get back into the low end; especially in certain segments like education, Publishing, small business, big businesses (low end) and others are good examples of this. Apple is getting killed, because people compare $400 PC's to $1200 iMacs, and you can guess which they choose. So in with the nMac (network Mac) or vMac (virtual Mac); a smart terminal Macintosh with a G3 or G4, disk drive used as a cache, and netbooting capabilities, and some support software to make it viable."

 (Submitted by Noel Tue Aug 3, 2004 )


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