Here is the lowdown on Apple's Intel-powered iMacs that were announced earlier today. These iMacs will be powered by the Intel Core Duo processor. There will be two different versions initially. The lower-end unit will be a 17-inch model with a 1.83 GHz processor, 160GB SATA hard drive and 512MB of RAM and go for $1,299. The higher-end model will have a 2.0 GHz processor, 250GB SATA hard drive and 20-inch screen, and will go for $1,699. Both of these models will have integrated iSight cameras, SuperDrives, along with graphics powered by an ATI Radeon X1600 processor. The software bundle will include the latest version of iLife that was announced this morning, iWork 30-day trial, Quicken 2006, Microsoft Office 2004, Front Row (including remote), and all of the other usual Apple goodies, including OSX 10.4.4 Tiger. You can order this product now and shipping will begin in February.
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