Apple iMac Intel
Announced in January 2006 alongside the MacBook Pro, the iMac Core Duo was the first Apple desktop to use the new Intel processor. Subsequent updates moved this iMac to the Core 2 Duo processor, and changed from the white case to the unique aluminium and glass one.
Externally early versions of this Mac are very similar to it's predecessor, the iMac G5, with similar screen options and connectivity. However the Dual Core Intel chip outperforms the G5 significantly.
The ports and connectors are all hidden stylishly round the back, in the same way as the hugely popular G5 iMac.
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Original Tech Specs
- Introduced: Jan 2006
- CPU: Intel Core Duo/Core 2 Duo/Core 2 Extreme
- CPU speed: Core Duo 1.83/2.0GHz
or Core 2 Duo 1.83/2/2.16 /2.33GHz/2.4GHz or Core 2 Extreme 2.8GHz
- FPU: integrated
- Maximum RAM: 2GB/3GB/4GB
- RAM sockets: 2
- Minimum RAM speed: 667MHz
- VRAM: 128MB (256MB BTO)
- ROM: 1 MB ROM
- L2 cache: 2MB/4MB on-chip (1:1)
- Data path: 64 bit
- Bus speed: 667MHz
- System Software: 10.4.4 - 10.6
- Slots: 0
- USB : 3 x USB 2.0
- FireWire: 1/2
- FireWire 800: 0/1
- AirPort: 1 (Extreme built-in)
- HD: 160/250/320/500/750/1000GB SATA
- CD: SUPERDRIVE
- Display: 17" TFT 1440 x 900, 20" 1680x1050, 24" 1920x1200
- Ethernet: 10/100/1000B-T
- Gestalt ID: 406