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.
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.
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.