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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

iMac - Montevino - MacBook/iMac/Both?


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I am thinking about making the move to Mac. Have read about the forthcoming Montevino chipset....will that be in the laptops only...or will it also be in the Imacs. I want an Imac, but want to make sure I get the latest and greatest! Any comment appreciated.

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The notebooks and iMac will likely move to Montevina, but the advantages should be relatively minimal on the imac front. I think the biggest change is support for a slightly lower-power Penryn CPU, which makes more a difference on the laptop front.

Also, the iMacs were just refreshed, so I wouldn't expect a new slew for another 6 months or so at least.
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