> If you were to recommend the IMac as a network terminal, yes. There are way
> too many other options available for far less money that would be suited to
> the task. A client of mine just outfitted his office in PII computers with
> Intel 10/100 cards and decent video, 4 gig hard drives and 64 megs for under
> $850 each - including monitor and OS. If I were to suggest he go to IMacs
> at $1299 he would laugh me out of the door.
> What can an IMac offer for the additional $450? At 12 computers, he would
> have to come up with another $5400.
printer for that chunk of change; eh?
The imac should ditch it's fancy case; and offer it for under $850 ( with
the 64megs, instead of the 32, mind you ).
> - John Bobincheck
> rocket at ccnet dot com
> >> Sure, this is not my first choice for a "net terminal" there are way too
> >> many sub $1000 Wintel units out there that could be upgraded if future
> >> arise.
> >And you tell me _I_ am blinded?
> >> As for any other use on the mac platform, I would opt for the G3.
> >> --
> >> - John Bobincheck
> >> rocket at ccnet dot com
> >(remove * if present)