by CIO Staff

Apple’s New ‘Education’ iMac to be Priced at $900

Jul 05, 20061 min
Computers and Peripherals

Apple Computer, producer of the uber-popular iPod digital music and video player, on Wednesday announced that it will start building and selling a specialized version of its iMac computer for the education space that will go for roughly $900, Reuters reports.

Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple said its new iMac will feature a 17-inch liquid crystal display and a new Intel processor, according to Reuters.

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