Tech Buzz 01/05
Desktop search systems, the new generation Apple and more
Waiting for the latest and greatest version of the all-in-one iMac computer has become a national pastime for Apple buffs. Unveiled a few months ago, the iMac G5 once again puts Apple at the head of the style frontier. Fortunately, it also packs some features that will appeal to certain business users. The widescreen LCD display hides the guts of the machine: a 1.6 or 1.8GHz G5 processor, USB and FireWire connections, 256MB RAM, and an 80GB or 160GB hard drive.
Starting at $1,299 and topping out at $1,899 for the loaded 20-inch-display version, this iMac will look good as an executive desktop for Mac-faithful entrepreneurs. The same businesses that purchased the original iMacs for their stores or offices will find that this space-conscious version is worth a look. It's a good time for original iMac users to consider an upgrade to boost their productivity and computing capabilities.
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