apple a day / 1999•2000

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iMAC (Slot Loading)

"Announced in October 1999, the iMac (Slot Loading) was the low end of a new "good, better, best" iMac product strategy from Apple. The iMac SL built on the success of the Rev. D iMacs, adding a faster processor, more RAM (64 MB base), a better graphics sub-system, an improved speaker system, and a slot-loading CD-ROM drive. With all these new features, the iMac SL was still $200 cheaper than its predecessor. At $999, the blueberry-only iMac SL was the cheapest Apple-branded machine in many years." (photo credits: Apple Computer)

This byte of Apple's history from Wired's, "30 Years of Apple Products."

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