What does /g/ think of this concept for the 2015 iMac. It's a throwback styled computer and the ports are unknown.
>Post feels about this 2015 iMac concept.
Don't worry. This thread is now about the Panasonic Q.
Isn't my fault your shitty brand cannot innovate, that's why Apple is mastercomputer.
>Implying you aren't a Lenovo shill.
Yes, something that is clearly a issue.
Not only for the metals, you have the entire computer and everything you'd need to use the product.
what i find questionable is the descision to print the labels on the outer-side of the mirrored front's glass, because it reflects off the mirrored back making a wierd double image and is thus less legible, especially for such a small font. overall sorta feels designed by an intern.
so you're telling me that the gold iwatch that has literally 800-2000 worth of gold in it is worth $13000 because it has better internals?
and as for computers they use everything everyone else in the industry uses, they charge for materials and a logo. they're a design firm not a technology firm.
Daily reminder that the 3.5mm headphone port is what's keeping your computer from being thinner.
It's pretty cute. I see what they're doing there with the throwback design. But I'd still prefer the current iMac design of sliced in half monitor. I can see this new one being horribly overpriced (like the new macbook) when the existing ones are at a more decent price (vs specs).
Well, this is caused by the issue of computers becoming absolute shit. I mean compare a 2007 ThinkPad to this.
Why are people so obsessed with making things thinner?
Like all those TVs that come out boasting about how thin it is. Why does it matter? How often are you looking at it from the side?
Is it that much lighter or something?
I really don't see anything that great about technology becoming thinner. Aesthetically it's even pretty "eh" after a certain thinness.
thing is, i actually really like this aesethic-wise, but functionally, a monitor that small with non-adjustable height makes litterally no sense. it's placed really high in the first place and actually manages to be angled upwards making this problem worse. niether does that slit in the front where the old floppy drive would be make any sense. in order for that to be a disc drive, the computer would have to exist in non-euclidian space. theres no room. niether does there appear to be much room for actual hardware, unless the machine is anemic powerwise, but having something that underpowered without it also being portable doesn't make much sense either. and it's a given that it'll be expensive, so theres that to.
It looks so fucking retarded, oh my god. Whoever made this is a huge fucking retard who thinks he's a designer because he can create a few polygons and click render in shitema4dicks.
I like the idea of multiple choice consoles. That jvc with the genesis you could plug in. All those 3do models. This. Sure they were mostly overpriced crap, but I like the idea that others could make their own.
What high shelf are you placing your computers on? It's an homage to the original Macintosh which stood just under 14 inches tall. Based on this image, it stands maybe 15-16 inches. The desk I'm sitting at, 16" is about chin height. I'd actually be looking downwards at this if I didn't set it on top of something.
The floppy drive "slot" has an SD card reader instead.
I'm not that guy, but the reason it's $13000 is because people will pay $13000. Not you, not me, but the people who don't mind laying down thousands of dollars on watches.
Having a gold iWatch is like saying you can afford a $16000 watch whenever you are outside.
I'm this guy >>47546580
It's a design concept.
Source, if you can read kraut: