iMac Celeron lookalike could lead to sour Apples

Will Jobsworth allow this one to pass him by?

A Japanese company has released a PC clone which has something of the look and feel of the iMac. Priced at ¥128,000, the E-one machine from Sotec uses Celeron technology and a case which, shall we say, looks a tad familiar. The machine comes with an 8.4Gb hard drive, a 433MHz Celeron and 64Mb of synchronous memory. At Computex in Taiwan, earlier this year, a number of case makers were showing boxes which, shall we say, looked a little bit like iMacs... Go here to make up your own mind. ®

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