"The target market that we're aiming towards is the first time family buyer. And while there's been a lot written about the cost of computers coming down, the number one issue that we've seen is that computers are too complicated for today's home buyers."
Not this one. Like the iMac, it uses USB ports for the keyboard and mouse, so they can't be plugged in wrong even if you try. It comes with 64f megabytes of memory, the speakers are built in and there's a volume control knob on the keyboard. Another button connects you to the Internet. And if something goes wrong, Time Machine software can restore the settings to when it was last working properly. The desktop model uses USB only for expansion, there are no slots. Again, a lot like the iMac.