Apple updates desktop series
Apple released the new modifications of its Power Mac G5 desktop machines intended for professional users. As you remember, the G5 series was released about a year ago and last updated in June 2004.
Each of three new models naturally feature 2 x PowerPC G5 processors. The junior model ($1,999 and over) has them working at 2GHz. The next one ($2,499 and over) offers 2.3GHz clock rates. And the most powerful system ($2,999 and over) provides 2.7GHz performance. It´s interesting that the previous models were being sold for the same prices, just the clock rates were lower. Anyway, the basic configuration includes 512MB RAM, 260GB hard drive (except for the junior desktop), Mac OS X Tiger. Traditionally, prices do not include the displays. For $799 you can have a 20" Cinema Display. A larger one, 23" in diagonal, will cost $1,499. And the 30" display will require additional $2,999.
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