The new Apple G4ium. Running at speeds exceeding
1.7GHz, the new Apple G4ium earns a SkidMark rating of
387,056,873,890!!! Wow, that's a lot!
Many people have complained to us, "Apple, your computers
aren't hot or noisy enough for serious use." Well, that's
about to change. We've taken Intel's que, and ignored taste
in clocking our PPC G4ium to well over the Gigahertz
threshold. Sure, clockspeed and benchmarks are a misleading
and inaccurate representation of a measure that is in itself
dubious in real world value. But it sure sounds good! When
pushed so far for simple hype, the processor becomes hot
enough to cremate a big-mouthed congressman, so it needs
some major cooling. We introduce, the iFan. Apple's first
high-performance cooling system. Previously, Apple rejected
the use of overclocking and the necessary cooling systems,
finding the noise, heat, and power consumption distasteful.
Well, taste won't get you anywhere in the PC industry!
The new G4iums are available in these exciting configurations:
Grey box with blue snap-on faceplate
Grey box with red snap-on faceplate
Grey box with green snap-on faceplate
Grey box with purple snap-on faceplate
Grey box with grey snap-on faceplate
|The iFan (pictured above), weighing in at seven and a half pounds, with a noise level comparable to a Compton movie house, is Apple's new revolution in noisy cooling technology. With a slick matrix of high perfomace Peltier Junctions from the C&S Sales Surplus outlet, and a deafening jet engine of a fan, this is guaranteed to keep your computer running cool. Except in the Summer. Don't turn your computer on in the Summer. Trust us.|