Renders are sometimes the best way to get a look at what a concept device could look like in the real world. And thanks to Curved/labs, we can get a taste of what a futuristic tribute to Apple’s Macintosh computer would look like on a retail table.The new renders were put together by a German site known as Curved/labs, and they showcase a metal all-in-one computer that’s meant to bridge the gap between the old (Apple’s Macintosh) and the current (MacBook Air specifications), and put it all together in a frame that’s certainly quite unique. It would be made from aluminum, and feature an 11.6-inch display above where an SD card slot.
There would also be an option for a touchscreen.
Color schemes would include the space gray and silver that Apple has become known for in its mobile lineup, but there would also be a gold option, too. There are a lot of curves leading up to the display itself, making it almost look like a traditional stand, rather than a computer proper. And while it’s unlikely that Apple would ever create something like this, it’s certainly a nice ode to the days of old.
A full gallery can be found in the source link below.
What do you think of the renders?