Greek Mac users are revolting - launching a new protest website that demands Apple launch a dedicated Apple Greece business unit.

The Greeks are upset that Apple, like many computer manufacturers, has no dedicated Greek presence. The company doesn't even offer a Greek version of its website.

They have even launched a petition to lobby Apple to address this. This has attracted 349 votes so far.

"In an attempt to stimulate the interest of those responsible for the ongoing, unacceptable situation in Greece with regard to Apple products and services, the WeWantAppleGreece website has been created, by Greek Mac users," the protestors say.

They feel left out. They feel that they aren't drawing the full benefit of new Apple developments across the rest of Europe, and complain that, "the service and support provided by several companies in our country do not follow even the basic standards set by Apple worldwide."

They observe that the percentage of Greek Mac users is higher than generally believed, as many Greek's buy their Macs abroad, or through independent import companies. They don't want to be considered an insignificant minority.

"We stand united in our quest for a competitive Apple products market, as well as real help, support and service for these products, set at the same high standard as the rest of the EU," they declare.