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Datorer - Begagnat (före Intel) - iMac G4/800 (Flat Panel) 15" 2002 begagnad

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iMac G4/800 (Flat Panel) 15" 2002 begagnad

Med Mac OS X 10.1 (max 10.4) & Mac OS 9.2, USB 1.0, Firewire 400, Mini-VGA, IDE-hårddisk, 10/100 ethernet

Announced in January 2002, the iMac (Flat Panel) was the first completely redesigned iMac since the original. Based around a 15-inch LCD screen, this iMac also brought both the G4 processor and the CD-RW/DVD-R "Super Drive" to the consumer space for the first time.
The iMac (Flat Panel) featured an entirely new case design, built around the idea of a screen that could rotate and change angles easily. The "desk lamp" design was mounted atop a semi-spherical base, 10.6 inches in diameter, which housed the rest of the computer. The machine had been developed over the course of two years, and was the culmination of Apple's move away from CRT displays. Steve Jobs proudly announced, when this new iMac was released, that "The CRT is officially dead."
The iMac (Flat Panel) shipped in three configurations. The low-end model, with a 700 MHz G4 Processor, 128 MB of RAM, a 40 GB ATA-66 hard drive and a CD-RW drive, was $1299. Another 700 MHz model, with 256 MB of RAM, a 40 GB hard drive, and a CD-RW/DVD-ROM "Combo Drive," was priced at $1499. Finally, the 800 MHz model, with 256 MB of RAM, a 60 GB hard drive, and the CD-RW/DVD-R "SuperDrive," was $1799. The middle and high-end model shipped with Apple Pro Speakers, and all models included a new White Pro Keyboard and Mouse. Various price cuts were offered over the next year, and all configurations were discontinued in January 2003.

Se även: http://www.apple-history.com/imac_flat

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