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The Power Macintosh 7300 proves good design is about function as much as form

These days, Apple's computers--whether they're designed to sit on a desk, rest on your lap, slip into your pocket or be strapped to your wrist--are for the most part sealed boxes. Even if you can crack the cases to get to the chips and circuit boards inside, increasingly you can't then do anything (except perhaps regret whatever course of action led you to tear apart some hitherto functioning hardware), since Apple has started soldering components to the motherboard.

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