The Power Mac G4 Cube made its debut at MacWorld 2000 in New York. It was basically a “8” x 8″ x 8″ cube suspended in a 10″ tall Lucite enclosure, housed a PowerPC G4 processor running at 450 or 500 megahertz, and had an unconventional top-loading slot loading DVD-ROM drive.” Videos after the jump. Do you still own one?
Apple targeted the Cube at the market between the iMac G3 and the Power Macintosh G4. Despite its innovative design, critics complained that it was too expensive