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According to this wired article some dude named John Fraser plans on buying lots of "Gigabit Ethernet" model Powermac G4 motherboards, and package them in a small but ugly case. OWC appears to be supplying the parts. Wonder how long till Apple sues them both? Back in the 80's a company took Apple II roms and built their own CPU's and mobo's, Apple crushed them with lawsuits.


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