Apple delivers top-of-line Mac

New Power Mac G4 added to Apple's line-up

Apple on Monday said it is shipping the top-of-the-line Power Mac G4 model it announced at January's Macworld Expo, San Francisco.

The 733MHz Power Mac G4 comes with a Pioneer-manufactured SuperDrive, which can read and record CD and DVD media, and comes with Apple's iDVD authoring software.

The 733MHz Power Mac G4 is available for $3,499 with 256KB of Level 2 on-chip cache and 1MB of Level 3 backside cache; 256MB of RAM; a 60GB Ultra ATA/100 hard disk drive; an Nvidia GeForce2 MX graphics accelerator with 32MB video SDRAM; a CD-RW/DVD-R SuperDrive; two FireWire and USB ports; four full-length 64-bit PCI slots at 33 MHz; 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet; AirPort support; and a built-in 56-Kbps V.90 modem

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