August 15, 2008

The iMac , 10 Years Later

From Insanely Great News:

The original iMac (LowEndMac), widely credited with "saving Apple," shipped on this date 10 years ago. A bit quaint by current standards, Apple's Bondi-blue wonder shipped with Mac OS 8.1 running on a 233MHz G3 with 32MB RAM, 4GB disc, 24X CD-ROM drive, 1024x768 CRT and an integrated 56 Kbps modem—state-of-the-art features at the time.

Posted by ronn at August 15, 2008 09:19 AM

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