Apple iMac G5 20 inch iSight

The Apple iMac G5/2.1 20-Inch (iSight) follows the design of it’s predecessor the 20 inch 2.0gHz G5 iMac with the entire computer placed behind the flat-panel display in an integrated all-in-one enclosure. This model, however, is “up to” half an … Continue reading

The Apple iMac G5/1.9gHz 17-Inch (iSight) follows the design of its predecessor the iMac G5 2.0gHz 7 inch ALS with the entire computer placed behind the flat-panel display in an integrated all-in-one enclosure. This model, however, is “up to” half … Continue reading

G5 20 inch iMac

The latest iMac which replaces the 20 inch iMac G5 is the natural evolution of a computer that keeps getting slimmer and slimmer. The first iMac (iMac G3 Caddy Loading) was an all-in-one egg-shaped system, and the second (iMac G4) … Continue reading

Like their predecessors, the “chassis” of the “Ambient Light Sensor” iMac G5 models rest upon an aluminum stand with an adjustable hinge, and it supports the “Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) mounting interface standard” which makes it easy to mount … Continue reading

The latest iMac–the third incarnation, if you’re keeping track–is the natural evolution of a computer that keeps getting slimmer and slimmer. The first iMac was an all-in-one egg-shaped system, and the second looked more like a desk lamp than a … Continue reading

The iMac G5 was a series of desktop Macintosh computers designed and built by Apple Inc. using the PowerPC chip architecture. It was the last line of iMac computers that used a PowerPC chip, making it the last of the … Continue reading

The Apple iMac G5/1.8 17-Inch, along with the simultaneously introduced iMac G5/1.6 17-Inch and iMac G5/1.8 20-Inch, features a revolutionary design with the entire computer placed behind the flat-panel display in an integrated all-in-one enclosure approximately two inches deep. Like … Continue reading

The Apple iMac G5/1.6 17-Inch, along with the simultaneously introduced iMac G5/1.8 17-Inch and iMac G5/1.8 20-Inch, features a revolutionary design with the entire computer placed behind the flat-panel display in an integrated all-in-one enclosure approximately two inches deep. Like … Continue reading