Two new Apples are set to be ripe in spring with the release of two eMac models, one featuring a combo DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive for $2,295, and the other featuring Apple's SuperDrive for burning DVDs and CDs for $3,199. Apple is touting the SuperDrive-equipped eMac model as the industry's lowest-cost way to author and burn custom DVDs that play in most consumer DVD players. Apple's award-winning iMovie and iDVD applications come pre-installed on the new eMac, enabling users to edit their video and create and burn their own custom DVDs. The eMacs offer 700MHz and 800MHz PowerPC G4 processors with Velocity Engine and include Apple's suite of multimedia applications including iPhoto for managing and sharing digital photographs, iMovie for creating digital movies, and iTunes for creating a digital music library. The eMacs feature a 17-inch flat CRT and come with five USB ports and two FireWire ports for connections to peripherals such as digital video camcorders, digital still cameras, printers and scanners.
The eMacs will be available by the end of the month.
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