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Apple Store opening in Tokyo, Panther in China

updated 08:55 am EST, Mon December 1, 2003

Apple Store Tokyo photos

JapanConsuming, a specialist retail and consumer markets research company based in Tokyo, has provided a full report on the .




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    what the ????

    was that a windows PC??? Look at the Beijing launch event...

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    i-Party

    Isn't it funny how, in a certain way, iParty looks just a little bit like One Party? From there it's a small step to 'The Party.' Good work, comrade ;-)

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Here's the facts!

    With a market taken over by Windows by virtually 99.99%, Windows interoperability is crucial for Macs Switchers there in China. So that Mac-PC stand is clearly to demonstrate this particular aspect of Panther!
    As for OneParty? Well, it's not much different to TwoParty when their policies and $$$ backers are virtually indistinguishable. Good work, CEO donors. :P

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    Yes PC

    I think the PC was there in the iTunes section of the party. I THINK they must have been showing iTunes on the PC next to iTunes on the Mac. That's all. But the last poster's comments are also quite true.

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