Videos: Jobs shows off Intel-based iMac and laptop

Summary:At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs debuted an updated iMac.  The machine sports the same sizes, same design, same features, and same prices as the Power PC-based iMac.

At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs debuted an updated iMac.  The machine sports the same sizes, same design, same features, and same prices as the Power PC-based iMac. What's different? Jobs said it will be two to three times faster because it uses Intel's dual-core Duo chip. [See video.] Jobs also showed off an Intel-based laptop that he says is four to five times faster than the PowerBook G4. [See video.]

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