CoreComputers to Sell Custom Macs
8:36 AM | Lucian Fong | Comment on this story
Entrepreneur John Fraser has launched CoreComputers, a company that designs and sells custom Mac-compatible computers. CoreComputers' first product is the CoreCrib Kit, a bare bones package that includes a 400 watt power supply, silver case with viewing window and LEDs, and an Apple Gigabit Ethernet motherboard. You are free to add any off-the-shelf components of your choice, including RAM, hard drive, optical drive, processor and video card.
Currently, you can order a CoreCrib Kit for $350 or configure it with G4 processors up to dual 1.2 GHz for $1500. there are plans to offer more configuration options in the future. For more information, visit the CoreComputers website. Wired News also published an interview with the founder recently. Stay tuned to IMG for a review of the CoreCrib Kit.
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