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Tuesday, February 4, 2003
 
Apple Bumps iMac to 1 GHz, Lowers Prices
10:55 AM | Lucian Fong | Comment on this story

Apple today announced faster, cheaper flat panel iMacs, while cutting the number of models in half. The new 17" widescreen iMac now features a 1 gigahertz G4 processor, 133 MHz system bus, 256 MB of DDR memory, and NVIDIA's GeForce4 MX graphics card with 64 MB of DDR memory. The 1 GHz iMac also has a 80 GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive, faster SuperDrive, and internal BlueTooth and AirPort Extreme support. At $1799, the new model is $200 less expensive than it was yesterday.

The entry level 15" iMac, priced at $1299, is based on the older system architecture, but received a 100 MHz speed bump to 800 MHz, a faster 32x combo drive, and a larger hard drive.

Both new models come with Apple's iLife and following Apple's operating system policy, will not boot in Mac OS 9.

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