Apple finally unveiled its first computers based on Intel processors. Both the new iMac and the MacBook Pro, which replaces the PowerBook, use the recently launched Core Duo dual-core chips, formerly known as Yonah.
The new iMac is available immediately with 1.83 GHz or 2 GHz processor and 17 or 20-inch TFT display. It features 512 MB of DDR2-667 memory, Radeon X1600 card with 128 MB (upgradable to 256 MB) and 160 GB or 250 GB HD.
Prices go from $1,300 to $1,700. The MacBook Pro uses 1.66 GHz or 1.83 GHz Core Duo. Other specs include 15.4-inch display, 512 MB or 1 GB of DDR2-667, Mobility Radeon X1600 with 128 MB or 256 MB and 80 GB or 100 GB HD. Products will start shipping in February for USD 2,000 and USD 2,500.