Apple unveils new iMac
Starting at Rs 79,800, every new iMac comes with iLife '06, featuring major new versions of iPhoto, iMovie HD, iDVD, GarageBand.Updated: Mar 28, 2006 19:31 IST
Apple on Tuesday unveiled the new iMac in India featuring Mac OS X running on the new Intel Core Duo processor, delivering performance that is up to twice that of its predecessor.
The iMac design now features dual-core processors, a built-in iSight video camera for video conferencing out-of-the-box, and the breakthrough media experience of Front Row with the Apple Remote for a simple, intuitive and powerful way for consumers to enjoy their content from across the room.
Starting at Rs 79,800, every new iMac comes with iLife '06, featuring major new versions of iPhoto, iMovie HD, iDVD, GarageBand.
The new iMac features Apple's breakthrough Front Row media experience and the Apple Remote, a simple way for customers to enjoy the content they have on their iMac-including songs from their iTunes music library, photo slideshows from iPhoto, videos including TV shows, Podcasts, iMovies and DVDs, and popular movie trailers streamed from apple.com-all from across the room.
Every new iMac comes with a built-in iSight video camera for out-of-the-box video conferencing using Apple's award-winning iChat AV software, or recording a video Podcast or iMovie using iLife '06.
During the press briefing, the Asia Pacific product marketing manager Yeo Eng Yiong also unveiled Mac mini, one of the latest in Apple CPU family, with Intel Core Duo.
Starting at Rs 35,500 the Mac mini is the most affordable way to enjoy iLife '06. With the new Mac mini, Apple has now moved 50 per cent of its entire product line to Intel.
The new Mac mini is now up to four times faster with the Intel Core Duo, includes even greater expansion in the same incredibly compact design, and is the most affordable way to enjoy Front Row and iLife '06.