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Old 02-03-2006, 07:01 AM   #1
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LXer: It's iMac on Steroids


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The most remarkable thing about Apple Computer's (AAPL) newest iMac is that, even after using it for a while, it's hard to tell just how different it is from the identical-looking iMac G5 introduced last fall. Don't be deceived by the similarities. Hidden in the new iMac is a processor that will let this line of Macs grow and meet the increasing performance demands of software. [ed: A good platform for Linux? -tadelste]

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