Apple introduces new iMacs, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro

Tue, Mar 3, 2009



Apple today introduced upgrades to its iMac line, including the most affordable 24 inch iMac to date starting at $1499.

Apple unveiled 4 different iMac specifications that are in line with what was rumored yesterday.  There are 3 configurations of the 24 inch model, and the lone 20 inch model comes with 2GB of RAM, a 2.66GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and starts at $1,200.

You can read more about Apple’s newly upgraded iMacs over here.

Mac Mini

Apple also introduced 2 new Mac Mini models with 5x the graphics performance as previous models.  Both configurations comes with a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor and come in either 120GB or 320GB hard drive configurations.  The lower end model starts at $599, comes with a 2.0 GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo processor and supports up to 4GB of RAM.  As the spy shots revealed last week, it has 5 USB 2.0 ports and 1 Firewire 800 port.  The higher end Mac Mini goes for $799 and comes with 1GB more RAM and a larger hard drive.  Check it out at the online Apple Store over here.

Mac Pro

Apple also introduced a new Mac Pro today which uses Intel’s ‘Nehalem’ Xeon processors, delivering up to twice the performance of previous models in the process.  The new Mac Pro tower starts at $300 less than its predecessor.  The base model goes for $2499 and includes one 2.66 GHZ Quad-core Intel Xeon 3500 Processor, 3GB of RAM, a NVIDIA GeForce GT 120, and a 640GB hard drive.  The higher end model goes for $3299, and comes with two 2.66 GHZ Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5500 Processors, 6GB of RAM, the same NVIDIA card, and a 640GB hard drive.  You can check em out at the online Apple Store over here.


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