Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Apple introduces the iMac $ 999 for educational institutions

Apple has quietly launched an iMac costs $999 lower for educational institutions ce morning. The new entry-level model is labelled "Education" only and is not available for individuals. The new iMac has appeared on the teaching superior online Apple store early this morning. Now, specifications have been published on the website and reflect the following characteristics of reduction.

? 3.1 GHz Intel Core i3 Dual-Core.
? 21.5 inch LCD
? AMD Radeon HD 6750 with 256 MB
? 2 GB RAM
250 GB hard drive ?
? SuperDrive
? OS X Lion

Interestingly, this new iMac is not clap of Thunder, just a mini display Port. The next model superior $1149 and offers a 2.5 i5 GHz Quad-Core with 4 GB of RAM and 500 GB of hard disk.

Apple, in the past, also offered the only special education models for institutions. These larger educational purchases may be more sensitive to price than the rest of the market, and Apple has adjusted the material down to adjust the point of price sub-$ 1000. Apple seems to still offer a 20 iMac "$899 even cheaper home generation previous Intel Core 2 Duo and seems to not even include the OS X Lion."

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