Dave Coursey is having a snit because Apple briefed Time and not him about the new iMac.
Such a snit that he then gets a lot of product details wrong, asking for a wireless keyboard and a second CD-ROM drive, then denying the existence of all the ports that would let him plug in such devices. Odd.
Time for some Truth, David - people are more interested in the machine itself than the details of who got to see it before release. Trolling to stir up pageviews of your column is what this is about, as this comment reveals:
AnchorDesk's readership, for example, is predictably below average on days when Apple appears in the headline, which is consistent with the company's overall market share.