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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Apple iMac Desktop, Graphite, M8492LL/A (600-MHz PowerPC G3, 256 MB RAM, 40 GB hard drive)

Apple iMac Desktop, Graphite, M8492LL/A (600-MHz PowerPC G3, 256 MB RAM, 40 GB hard drive)

If you like the all-in-one design of the iMac desktop but need more power than entry-level units offer, this enhanced model may be right for you. It includes a PowerPC G3 chip running at 600 MHz, 256 MB of RAM (expandable to a gigabyte), and a 40 GB hard disk drive. That's big enough to store thousands of MP3 music files, for example--and the included CD-RW drive makes it easy to burn your own CDs. A 56K modem and 100 Mbps networking are standard. The system's integrated case design, in a translucent gray that Apple calls "graphite," houses a 15-inch monitor with 13.8-inch viewable area. The system comes with both the classic Mac OS 9 and the slick new Mac OS X installed.







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Some major computer makers are taking note of this trend towards more powerful, smaller computers. Even the desktop computer is morphing! Just look at the sleek design of the new Apple iMac G5, gone is the bulky tower, in its place is a well designed desktop computer that's almost a laptop!



For the ordinary computer user keeping abreast of all these new technologies and inventions can be a major chore if you're considering buying a laptop in the next little while. As you approach the smiling salesperson in your favorite tech store, here's a few bits of new notebook technology you might want to have in your possession so you won't look like a complete neophyte. Hey, where technology is concerned, we have all been there, done that.

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