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The iMac I Am Ordering In A Couple Of Weeks


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# 2GB 667 DDR2 SDRAM - 2x1GB
# 500GB Serial ATA drive
# ATI Radeon X1600/256MB VRAM
# SuperDrive 8x (DVD+R DL/DVD+RW/CD-RW)
# iWork '06 preinstalled
# Wireless Keyboard & Mouse + Mac OS X - U.S. English
# Accessory kit
# 20-inch widescreen LCD
# 2GHz Intel Core Duo
# AirPort Extreme
# Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
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Just got my new 20" Core Duo iMac on Saturday, and I love it. I didn't upgrade anything from Apple (have 2 GB of RAM to be delivered tomorrow), but I do have/use an external firewire connected drive (bootable) as a backup. Hope you're as excited with yours as I am with mine. In addition to all it does, and how well it does it, it's just a beautiful piece of equipment, which is hard to say about much these days. Congratulations!

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I have a 20 inch core duo. Taking it in tomorrow to the apple store to get fixed. Love the computer.
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sounds good but check out newegg and other places you might be able to get all that memory for a few bucks cheaper
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What's the accessory kit? I don't find it on the site.

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you forgot to click the usb modem and applecare.

i kid, i kid.
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What's the accessory kit? I don't find it on the site.
I think it is the remote control that just comes with it. It is not an option: it just appears.
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You're gonna love it! What are you running on at the moment?

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You're gonna love it! What are you running on at the moment?
lol right now, I use a 5 year old IBM thinkpad with missing keys, all sorts of Windows problems, etc. This is going to be a major step up hehe.
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