Apple Computer on Tuesday harvested a new crop of Power Macs outfitted with faster processors and lower prices on some configurations. The high-end system tops out with twin 1.42GHz PowerPC G4 processors. The new low-end Power Mac costs $1,499–a $200 reduction over the previous starter system–and packs a single 1GHz processor. But the megahertz boost and price cut is a trade-off. The previous entry-level Mac packed dual 867MHz processors.Meanwhile, the price of a midrange model has dropped from $2,499 to $1,999. Apple also cut the price of the 17-inch digital flat-panel display from $999 to $699 and introduced a new, 20-inch Cinema Display monitor for $1,299. Apple likewise dropped the price of its 23-inch Cinema Display from $3,499 to $1,999. Like the 23-inch model, the new Cinema Display has a wide-screen ratio of 16-10. Maximum resolution is 1680 pixels by 1050 pixels.