At this week’s Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Ina Fried of CNET spotted a new all-in-one PC from Korea’s Lluon that bears a striking resemblance to Apple’s iMac G5. “The Intel worker stationed by the PC said he’s had it for several weeks, so it’s definitely not a quick copy of Apple’s latest creation,” Fried reports. “It does boast a 17-inch-wide screen like the iMac, and it even touts new cooling technology for quieter operation–also a feature on the latest Mac. But of course, this is a Windows-based computer with an Intel chip, not a Mac with IBM’s G5. And unfortunately for Americans and Europeans with Apple envy, the machine is slated to be available only in Korea.”