Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
Another testament to the influence of Apple’s design team and another to the sheer lack of creativity of some PC manufacturers… In any case, the computer shown below is the E-Power all-in-one computer, by a company called Future Power. Here’s the details from CNET’s PC Expo ’99 report:
This all-in-one desktop, due to ship in August, will feature a selection of jewel-colored cases (amethyst, emerald, ruby, sapphire, and topaz), a Celeron-400 processor, 64MB of RAM, a 6.4GB hard drive, 3D graphics, a CD-ROM, and a 56-kbps modem. And unlike Apple’s machine, the E-Power features a floppy drive. At $799 it sounds almost too good to be true for PC fans.
*Cough…* blatant copy.