Posted by: Jason O'Grady
Date: Tuesday, July 26th, 2005, 10:31
Apple today introduced a speed bumped iBook G4 lineup. The aging iBook line was rejuvenated to include faster Power PC G4 processors running up to 1.42 GHz, 512MB RAM standard, better graphics and built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth.
Apple today enhanced its affordable iBook G4 line for consumers and education customers with faster Power PC G4 processors running up to 1.42 GHz, 512MB memory across the line, higher performance graphics and built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. The new iBooks feature two patent-pending Apple technologies made popular in the PowerBook G4 line, the scrolling TrackPad and the Sudden Motion Sensor, with prices starting at an affordable $999.
The new July 2005 iBook G4 lineup:
1.33GHz, 12-inch, 40GB, Combo Drive – US$999
1.42GHz, 14-inch, 60GB, SuperDrive – US$1299
*The new iBook G4s include: 512MB RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon 9550, Bluetooth 2.0, Airport Express, scrolling trackpad and sudden motion sensor.
In related news, Apple also revised the Mac mini lineup:
Apple today announced enhancements to its Mac mini line, the most affordable and compact Mac ever, with 512MB of memory standard in every model and prices starting at just $499. The Mac mini also features built-in wireless networking with AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth starting at just $599, and the ability to burn DVDs with a SuperDrive for just $699.
The July 2005 Mac minis come in three flavors:
1.25GHz, 40GB, Combo Drive – US$499
1.42GHz, 80GB, Combo Drive, Bluetooth and Airport Extreme – US$599
1.42GHz, 80GB, SuperDrive, Bluetooth and Airport Extreme – US$699