I have it on my Kindle
A K--dle? I'll pretend I didn't hear that.
... I made the case that not only was "iMac" concise and easy to remember, but the "i" could stand for other things. There was the obvious association with the Internet, but it could also stand for "individual" and "imagination." Unfortunately, that ending flourish didn’t have the desired effect on Steve.
"I hate them all. 'MacMan' is better."
Supposedly the "i" in front is a psychological tactic to promote possession and ownership amongst their mostly younger minded consumer oriented customers who typically lack sufficient computer knowledge and/or mental maturity.
"i" meaning "I" "Myself" "Me" "My" "buy" > Mac
iMac, iPod, iPhone, iBook, iPad, iWork, iBook, thus means....
MyMac, MyPad, MyPod, MyPhone, MyWork, MyBook and so forth.
Apple refrained from using it on their "Pro" product lines, favoring a more serious tone to appeal to professionals and more mature minded users.
MacBook Pro, MacPro, XRAID* , XServer*, LogicPro, Final Cut Pro etc.,
Odd ball names are the MacMini (meaning a "small Mac"), MacAir (meaning it's lightweight), MacBook* (meaning it's small as book), Airport Express and Extreme. (routers)
Admittedly "i" prefix does seem rather insulting to one's intelligence, likely why the only things I've purchased with "i" in them was iPods, only because it served a good function at the time and made nice gifts, but now no longer have anything else from Apple but a MacBook Pro running several operating systems to convey my computer seriousness (and success/confidence) to others when repairing their machines.