The Apple Cube Lives On

By Deane Barker on July 28, 2003

Wired News: Apple Cube: Alive and Selling: The Apple Cube may be dead, but true to form, Mac addicts have formed a cult around it and are keeping it alive.

“Kemplar, an online computer boutique that sells sleek sub-notebooks, fancy cell phones and other trendy devices, has just started selling a line of upgraded Cubes. Equipped with a 1.2-GHz G4 chip, a CD-RW, an Nvidia GeForce 3 video card, 1 GB of RAM and a 120-GB hard drive, the $2,000 machines are selling at a brisk pace.”

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Comments

  1. More evidence that Apple is missing out on a huge potential market; a simple, cheap box with a fast processor but without a lot of upgrade options. The only problem with the cube (then and now) is that it’s over-priced. That same $2000 will get you a lot of machine.

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