"So what would an iMac look like if we upgraded it and made it out of aluminum and glass?" Jobs ruminated. And then he displayed the new device.
The new iMac is thinner than before, and comes in two sizes: 20 and 24 inch. It features audio input and output, three USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 400 and 800, Gigabit Ethernet and video out. The slot-loading "SuperDrive" has been retained, along with a built-in iSight webcam and microphone.
The displays have a glossy sheen to them, which Jobs says Apple's customers have told them they love. He says the glossy display is better for displaying photos and movies.
To complement the sleek new aluminum design of the iMac, the system also has a new keyboard -- confirming rumors that first appeared about a week ago, the keyboard shares the same thin design. It also sports special dedicated keys -- dimmer, brighter, Exposé, Dashboard and media controls.
A new wireless keyboard and "Mighty Mouse" are also available. Both use Bluetooth 2.0.
Inside the iMac are Intel Core 2 Duo processors clocked from to 2.4GHz to 2.8 GHz in Configure To Order (CTO) offerings. They support up to 4GB of RAM, and feature ATI Radeon HD 2400XT graphics. They also feature hard disk drives up to 1 terabyte (TB) in capacity, and feature 802.11n wireless networking standard.
The new iMac is being offered in three basic configurations: An $1,199 model with 20-inch display, 2.0GHz processor, 250GB hard disk; a $1,499 model clocked at 2.4GHz with a 320GB drive for4 $1,499, and a 24-inch model for $1,799.
All models will be available starting today, said Jobs.http://www.macworld.com/news/2007/08...vent/index.php
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