Color confusion

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Color confusion

I just thought I clear up a mistake I made in the colors on the iMacs. What I am calling bondi blue is actually the blueberry iMac ( I gotta get new glasses) Sorry about the mistake

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Not a terribly big mistake...

It's not that big of a mistake. Besides, just about everybody under the Sun tends to refer to blue iMacs as being "Bondi Blue". Sometimes, it's difficult to know exactly which iMac people are talking about because they will get the color wrong and describe the machine in terms of speeds that can be reached through upgrades.

If I'm not mistaken, upgrading a 233 or 266MHz Bondi Blue iMac to 333MHz is as simple as swapping a single resistor.

Resistance is futile; you will be upgraded Wink

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It especially bothers me when

It especially bothers me when someone refers to any old AIO Mac as an iMac. Or, for that matter, any old Mac as an iMac.
Anyway, your mistake was small and forgivable. So I forgive you.

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Re: It especially bothers me when

It especially bothers me when someone refers to any old AIO Mac as an iMac. Or, for that matter, any old Mac as an iMac.
Anyway, your mistake was small and forgivable. So I forgive you.

I had a neighbor who referred to an old IIcx as an iMac when he told me about the Mac he had in his attic. I saw it and laughed.

Bondi is like a butt ugly bluegreen color, Blueberry is like the B&W Smurf G3's and ealry iBook clamshells, and then there's also the Indigo iMac which is a deep dark blue.

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