It is time.<br><br>Should I jump in or is an upgrade imminent?<br><br>Thinking of getting the 20'' 2.4Ghz and throwing in an additional 2gig stick from OWC or Crucial. Amazon seems to have the best deal with the rebate and no tax, no shipping. <br>Intel just released Penryn which isn't much of a speed bump just a power saver and Apple hasn't even put them in the MacBook Pros yet. So it looks like no updates soon, even if Macrumors says there are. Am I missing anything?<br><br>TIA<br><br>Joe<br><br>
I guess anything's possible--MR says the current iMacs are almost 6 months old, which surprises me. They still seem new to me, along with those thin keyboards!<br><br>But I too suspect you'd get a good few months before "obsolescence."<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
Buy it! <br><br>Alec is right! After you buy it, a new one will be released.<br><br>My 800 G4 is getting kind of old-- so if its not too much to ask, let us know if/when you're going to pull the trigger!<br><br>
Wow iMac... Congrats... so is this your 2nd iMac-soon to be ? <br><br>I planned my next Mac sometime in 2009 to be an 24" iMac, but that Quad Mac Pro for a little over $2K is very tempting.<br>Don't know what I'll do... still 18+ months off. by then I may can get one for $1800 0r less.<br><br>Have fun !!<br><br>David (OFI)
Got the 2.4 20'' going to add a 2gig stick of ram<br><br>Can't wait!<br><br>I imagine that it would come preloaded with Leopard, at least that is what the most recent reviews on Amazon are saying.<br><br>
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I don't about your particular iMac but mine came with 2 GB of RAM. It had a gig stick in each slot. <br><br>I ended up buying 4 GB of RAM from OWC for 105 dollars. The price included S&H. <br><br>I believe OWC also has a trade-in policy for RAM but I wasn't able to take advantage of that benefit because I didn't know about it.<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
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