I thought the 1000 one was for school purchases only. I've gone to the Apple education store on line, and they offer only the 1250 and the 1516 models for individual purchase.<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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I agree John. Also, if you have an inexpensive 17inch CD/DVD playing eMac, it can double as a DVD player TV for a person's room. And in cool climates, that 17incher will help heat the room..<br><br>:-)<br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
Well they are also trying to avoid another cube fiasco. The FP iMac as it is might become the cube of today if the cheap crt hits the market. Apple does not have enough customers to avoid cannibalization of the current iMac.<br><br>Ryan
Quite an unexpected development, but good move I think by Apple vis a vis the education marketshare. Better though was the announcement of the new 800MHz TiBook. That kind of caught me off guard too, though I guess there were rumors to that effect. <br><br>
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