“One of Apple Computer’s biggest challenges with the latest iMac was making sure the machine was cool,’ Ina Fried writes for CNET News. “Not hip–that’s a requirement for all of Apple’s products. This iMac needed to find a way to stay cool, as in ‘won’t melt the desk.'”
Fried looks at iMac G5’s design, cooling, and notes, “Placing the power button in the back, for example, is a good thing because it encourages users to keep the machine in sleep mode rather than turning the device off.”
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