Apple Releases New iMac Line
2:18 PM | Eddie Park | 33 comments
Apple has once again redesigned and released a new line of iMacs. Though the general shape remains the same as the previous models, the latest iteration sports professional-grade aluminum and glass in its makeup, giving the computers a considerably sleeker, shinier look. The 17" has been removed, while 20" and 24" models remain in the lineup.
The inside has also been revamped with the latest Core 2 Duo Intel processors ranging from 2.0 GHz to a 2.8 GHz Core 2 Extreme. Graphics are now provided by an ATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO with 256MB of GDDR3 memory or the ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT with 128MB of GDDR3 memory. Firewire 800 is also available for the first time, and the new iMac offers support for up to 1 TB of internal storage space.
Accompanying the new iMacs is a redesigned Apple Keyboard. Receiving the same aluminum treatment, the keyboard is extremely thin and sports a flat surface, reminiscent of the MacBook keyboard. Coming in both wired and bluetooth flavors, a few Apple-specific keys have also been added, including an Exposť key.
The new iMacs are priced at $1199 for the base 20" model, $1499 for a 2.4Ghz 20" model, and $1799 for the 24" model.
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