Posts tagged "Mac mini"
Amiga PC: In the 80s and early 90s, you tended to fall into one of two camps: the Commodore Amiga camp, or the Atari ST camp. Or perhaps your parents didn’t love you and you were still playing Repton on your BBC Micro? Or perhaps your parents actively hated you and you were still playing Repton on your Acorn Electron, the cut-down budget version of the BBC Micro and your friends laughed at you and then you didn’t have any friends and you got really fat because you comfort ate? GUESS WHAT I HAD.
Anyway, the Amiga is BACK! Except…this time it is a PC…and looks like a Mac mini. Unless it comes with Canon Fodder, Sensy, Lemmings or Speedball 2, I ain’t interested. Now leave me alone. I have to play Pipeline and eat ALL THE CHOCOLATE.
(sidenote: the six games mentioned in this post are six of the ten greatest games of all time. The other four are Monkey Island 2, Super Mario World, Tetris on the Gameboy, and Ocarina of Time. Can you tell that I haven’t played video games for a while? Portal Who? Grand Theft What-o?)
(submitted by Joseph, image from Gizmodo)

Amiga PC: In the 80s and early 90s, you tended to fall into one of two camps: the Commodore Amiga camp, or the Atari ST camp. Or perhaps your parents didn’t love you and you were still playing Repton on your BBC Micro? Or perhaps your parents actively hated you and you were still playing Repton on your Acorn Electron, the cut-down budget version of the BBC Micro and your friends laughed at you and then you didn’t have any friends and you got really fat because you comfort ate? GUESS WHAT I HAD.

Anyway, the Amiga is BACK! Except…this time it is a PC…and looks like a Mac mini. Unless it comes with Canon Fodder, SensyLemmings or Speedball 2, I ain’t interested. Now leave me alone. I have to play Pipeline and eat ALL THE CHOCOLATE.

(sidenote: the six games mentioned in this post are six of the ten greatest games of all time. The other four are Monkey Island 2, Super Mario World, Tetris on the Gameboy, and Ocarina of Time. Can you tell that I haven’t played video games for a while? Portal Who? Grand Theft What-o?)

(submitted by Joseph, image from Gizmodo)

Meraki MX60: If you are looking for a “small branch” solution to your problem, then the Meraki MX60 might be just the ticket. With its “stateful firewall” and something that “requires Advanced Security License”, it‘s sounds like it’s the business. Except that I have absolutely no idea what it does. Is it a router of some sort? I think so, but to this Apple-loving coffee-drinking, sachertorte-eating tumblelogger it mostly looks like a Mac mini.
In the interests of balance, the Other Half has pointed out that Meraki have been making stuff with rounded corners for years. “Why do I care?”, was my reply. “It looks like a Mac mini, so it’s going in. NO I DO NO GET AGGRESSIVE WHEN I’VE HAD TOO MUCH COFFEE.”
(submitted by ckenney108)

Meraki MX60: If you are looking for a “small branch” solution to your problem, then the Meraki MX60 might be just the ticket. With its “stateful firewall” and something that “requires Advanced Security License”, it‘s sounds like it’s the business. Except that I have absolutely no idea what it does. Is it a router of some sort? I think so, but to this Apple-loving coffee-drinking, sachertorte-eating tumblelogger it mostly looks like a Mac mini.

In the interests of balance, the Other Half has pointed out that Meraki have been making stuff with rounded corners for years. “Why do I care?”, was my reply. “It looks like a Mac mini, so it’s going in. NO I DO NO GET AGGRESSIVE WHEN I’VE HAD TOO MUCH COFFEE.”

(submitted by ckenney108)

Evesham/AOpen mini PC: “Even the Evesham logo looks stylish as it’s a proper raised logo, not just a cheap sticker.”
I really wish I was making this up, I truly do.
(image and quote from The Register)

Evesham/AOpen mini PC: “Even the Evesham logo looks stylish as it’s a proper raised logo, not just a cheap sticker.”

I really wish I was making this up, I truly do.

(image and quote from The Register)

Samsung Chromebox: LOLrel and Hardy-har-har.
(image from Gizmodo Australia)

Samsung Chromebox: LOLrel and Hardy-har-har.

(image from Gizmodo Australia)

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Apple has some of the best industrial design in the world. And don’t these companies know it.

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