Do any of these Tech Hardware Companies get the idea of a Kitchen Computer? This pisses me off. I'll give you an example...
Here is the Honeywell 316, a Computer for the Kitchen in 1969 that stored Cook Book recepies and not much else. Why did it not sell? It was huge and expensive. See for yourself.
Looks funny huh? "Awww those poor 1969 bastards! We have better tech these days!"
Well...look at this. The new Kitchen Computer of 2006/2007. The HP IQ770 "Crossfire". The problem...
Its expensive and BIG AS FUCK!!!
Look at that kid! The machine looks like its going to eat him! WTF dose this machine eat, live cuban infants!?! @,@;
Nobody would put this in there Kitchen. The closest you would get is an iMac Mini but its a New Age Mac and you need a monitor and such.
When will these fuckers learn?Step One:
Make a Machine that is at its smallest a Nintendo Wii and largest a Mac Mini.Step Two:
Build a Touch Screen on it and a Microphone.Step Three:
Slap a OS on it that is exclusive to Touch Screen and Voice Commands.Step Four:
Give it 8-10 gigs of space. Put 2 USB Plugs on it and a Media Card Slot like SD or Compact Flash for Expansion.Step Five:
Have a suction cup or some device that makes it stick to a wall.
BINGO! Kitchen Fucking Computer!!!!