There is more than just CES in Las Vegas on the horizon. The first week of January may be the one for consumer electronics, the second one traditionally is Apple's with MacWorld in San Francisco. And as it goes with any big Apple event, the rumour mills are working overtime.
The device won't include a monitor and features a 1.25 Ghz G4 processor and the acclaimed (and void of computer viruses and worms) OS X operating system. For the project that's codenamed Q88 Apple will abandon its strategy of including the display in the computer case, putting the computer hardware in a 1.75 inch high computer case instead.
We'll find out if there is any truth in these speculations in two weeks.
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