In his keynote speech at Macworld Expo/Tokyo, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs introduced new versions of the iMac. The high-end 600MHz model with 128MB of memory will cost $1,499 while the low-end 400MHz machine with 64MB will cost $899. All the iMacs support FireWire connectivity and video-out, and hard drives range from 40GB down to 10GB. Most come with CD-RW drives.
Jobs also announced that the Power Mac G4 will implement the next generation of Nvidia’s 3D accelerator, the GeForce 3, before it appears in PCs.