[rescue] Apple WWDC Summary
William.Enestvedt at jwu.edu
Tue Jun 24 12:38:28 CDT 2003
> During the short period when Apple allowed third-party
> manufacturers to produce Macs, the "cloners" were turning
> out machines significantly superior to Apple's own...
If I might, I thought that the Power Computing cases weren't anything
special, and I don't recall any of the others (UMAX, et al.) being memorable,
either. Come to think of it, didn't Mac-clone cases come up diring the recent
discussion of worst cases for working in ever?
I'll grnt that they offered better stock video cards (didn't they?) and
more-standard components (like RAM), but my memory could be failing me. I
worked at a big Boston service bureau at the time, and we had a lot of Macs
and some clones.
Not stirring up the pot, but just offering a couple of cents.
UNIX System Administrator
Johnson & Wales University -- Providence, RI
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