MacWEEK: Inside the Cube confirms many things that I have thought since the Cube's introduction by Steve Jobs on Wednesday. First, it's not technically a cube at all. Second, it's really not any kind of innovation. It's the innards of a notebook computer with a full size hard drive jammed into a small form factor. It is not technologically unique in any real way from the other desktop computers that Apple sells. Steve, however, knows that he will sell a lot of these cubes and that is what this is all about. I would rather see Cupertino coming out with something innovative, take a couple of chances, and do something that makes me say wow.
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