Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Oct 2005 17:36 UTC
Apple During yet another press event, Apple introduced new PowerMacs and PowerBooks as well as a new photo application called Aperture. The fastest new PowerMac holds two dual-core G5 processors at 2.5Ghz each, while the two lower-end models have one dual-core G5 at 2.0 or 2.3Ghz. The dual-core G5s have 1MB L2 cache per core. The 15" and 17" PowerBooks now have 1440x960 and 1680x1050 resolutions. Aperture is post-production photo software built for professional photographers.
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Johann Chua
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Good for you, Kady Mae.

Can't really justify the cost of a new Power Mac G5 since I don't do or plan to do any heavy multimedia stuff. (If I can get a good deal on a used G5, I'd probably take it.) I'll probably end up with a Mac mini at home and an Athlon 64 for the office (current PC there is only a K6-III). Maybe an iBook if I need more than PDA (Palm TX looks sweet) for computing on the go.

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