Specs future updates Mac mini and iMac from Apple

 
January 3, 2009, 10:13 am

 
specs future updates mac mini and imac from apple   On the network share Theo s Bright Side Of IT has information on some technical specifications prepared by Apple to release new versions of desktop computer systems, Mac mini and iMac, with which we hasten to introduce to you.
It was reported that a modernized baby Apple Mac mini will be equipped with 45-nm processor Intel Core 2 Duo processor with a clock speed of 2, 4 or 2, 66 GHz, RAM DDR3-1066 level of 2 GB (which is allowed an increase up to 4 GB ), system logic, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, fitted with a compatible with DirectX 10 integrated videoyadrom, 2, 5-inch hard disk drive capacity of 320 gigabytes of spindle speed 5400 rpm (optional optional 500-gigabaytnogo hard drive, or SSD-drive level of 128 GB). In addition, it is noted that in the arsenal of the computer would attend such interfaces as USB, DisplayPort and eSATA, but the port FireWire, alas, no.
In turn, a fresh PC category, all in one Apple iMac, according to the source, will be offered in 20 - or 24-inch performance with LED backlight display and will be 45-nm processor Intel Core 2 Duo processor with a clock speed of 2, 4 -- 3, 15 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce 9400 chipset and with the built-videoyadrom, graphics adapter NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT with 512 MB of memory GDDR3, from 2 to 4 GB of RAM DDR3-1333 and SATA-disk capacity from 500 GB to 1 TB.
is expected that the above products will be formally presented to developers in the near future.

 

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