With twice as much screen real estate as the 15-inch display model, Apple's new 20-inch iMac enables side-by-side viewing of two full web-pages and makes an impressive platform for viewing DVDs.
The largest flat-panel display ever offered in the Apple all-in-one desktop configuration, the 20" iMac comes with Mac OS' X version 10.3 "Panther" pre-installed and over 150 new features including Expos' - a function for instantly viewing all open windows at once - iChat AV video teleconferencing software and Fast User Switching, which enables the iMac to be shared among multiple users.
The widescreen display and pixel resolution of up to 1680-by-1050 is designed to optimise tasks such as video editing, creating or watching DVDs or browsing the web with multiple pages open at once.
All iMac models include two FireWire' 400 and three USB 2.0 ports, support for 54Mbps AirPort' Extreme 802.11g wireless networking and optional built-in Bluetooth for wireless connectivity.
The 1.25GHz PowerPC G4 iMac with 20-inch screen costs AUD$3,898. Visit www.apple.com.au to learn more.Share
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