Two iMac designs were unveiled at the Apple Mac World Expo in Tokyo yesterday, Blue Dalmatian and Flower Power.
The iMacs, which will go on sale alongside the older Indigo and Graphite coloured machines, will ship in three configurations. Prices start from $899, rising to $1,499 for the top of the range 600MHz, G3 processor-based machines.
The top system, including a 40GB hard drive, will feature a slot-loading CD-RW drive and come with iTunes, software that allows the conversion of music CDs into MP3 format.
Apple is looking to rejuvenate sales after posting a net loss of $247m in the first fiscal quarter, ended 30 December 2000.