Originally posted by Placebo
I think they'll be keeping it as a G4-based Mac for a while. All the eMac is supposed to do is run OS X and iMovie, since it's a educational, lab-type computer.
But it could do all that faster if...
The new eMac, whenever it arrives needs more than just a small speedbump to the G4 processor - if that's all it ends up getting it really wont be good value for money at all and I wouldn't ever consider getting one.
Originally posted by gcarswell
I wonder what the prices are if the specs are nearly the same...and if the vram is upgraded and AE are built in...I'm skeptical on the 12" spec, no one in the industry uses 30gb drives...
[Update] MacRumors has received confirmation that new iBooks are indeed on their way in the following configurations:
iBook 12" 1.2 Ghz G4
512K L2 Cache
256 MB Ram
30 GB Hard Drive