Apple unveils 8 inch computer

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Apple unveils 8 inch computer

Apple unveiled several new products at Macworld Expo in New York, including new multiprocessor Power Mac G4s, revised iMacs, and the new 8″ square Power Mac G4 Cube.

The dual-processor G4s feature twin 450- and 500MHz chips, and will sell for $2,499 and $3,499, respectively. The new iMacs range from the “Indigo” featuring a 350MHz G3 processor, 64MB of RAM and a slot-loading CD-ROM drive for $799, to the revised “Snow” iMac DV Special Edition featuring a 500MHz G3, 128MB of RAM, a 30GB hard drive and slot-loading DVD-ROM for $1,499.

The G4 Cube, scheduled to ship early next month, comes with a 450MHz G4 and 64MB of RAM for $1,799 and a 500MHz G4 and 128MB of RAM for $2,299.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs also announced that a public beta of Mac OS X would be released in September, with a full release scheduled for early 2001.

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