Discussion in 'Mac' started by powerhouse, Oct 15, 2001.
Do iMacs have any expansion slots?
no, the originals had the mezzanine slot for voodoo1 cards, but that's it. You can add memory, but no video or SCSI cards.
what a shitty design...
that was a voodoo 2
You're obviously ignorant of Apple's target group.
Knock knock powerhouse, that's what powermacs are for. iMacs are meant to target the "teeny bopper" audience, as the flower power design showed so boldly.
can i be a teeny bopper?
Im a teeny bopper, if ya know what Im saying
well then.. *bop*
You gonna knock me out and rape me?
no, i just like the smiley.
you'd best watch yo self. my lime 333 will kick yo B*rlin!!
Funny, I always thought of B*rlin being synonymous to f*ck, guess it wouldn't work in that sense, so it must mean something different...
B*rlin is not synonymous with any swear word in existence, it is worse. Therefore it can be used in any instance where expletives are required.
I know the target apple was aiming for, and they did quite well. I'm currently looking for a PowerMac, but the only ones I can afford are the ones that are about 5 years old. iMacs are cheaper, so I was wondering what kind of expansion they had. All non-upgradable computers irritate me, not just the iMac.
have you tried going through the education store? stuff is much cheaper there
oooohhhh, with the $50 I saved, I can buy a video game!!!
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