Apple Macintosh G4 Cube (M7886)
Apple presents the Power Mac G4 Cube: a supercomputer miraculously engineered into an eight-inch cube, suspended in a stunning crystal-clear enclosure. Though it's less than one quarter the size of most PCs, the G4 Cube delivers far greater performance. With its built-in Velocity Engine, the G4 processor reaches speeds of over one billion calculations per second, humbling even the fastest Pentium III, and giving you more than enough horsepower for the most demanding uses. Despite its power, the G4 Cube is amazingly unobtrusive. A revolutionary no-fan design makes it whisper quiet. The ingenious Apple Display Connector (ADC) reduces desktop clutter by putting power, video, and USB signals on a single, slim cable. And, as you'd expect from Apple, the G4 Cube gives you lots of options for accessing the Internet.
Processor PowerPC G4 500 MHz
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