Apple has added to its Power Mac desktop family with the introduction of a new 450MHz PowerPC G3 model.
Apple also cut the prices of the family's 350MHz and 400MHz models.
All three versions run on the latest version of Macintosh's operating system, OS 8.6, and offer support for up to 1Gb RAM and 100Gb hard disk storage.
The models also include two FireWire ports, two USB ports and four PCI slots. The 450MHz Power Mac includes 128Mb of RAM, a 9Gb hard disk, 1Mb of level 2 cache, a x32 CD-ROM and a 16Mb graphics card.
All models are available now. The 350MHz costs £1,069; 400MHz, £1,349; 400MHz with double RAM and hard drive storage, £1,699; and the 450MHz model, £2,029.
Meanwhile, Apple has come under fire for a delay in the arrival of its latest PowerBooks.
Customers expected the systems in late May, but have been told they will not be available until mid-June, with build-to-order systems available in July.
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