Imac G3

Imac G3

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iMac G3 represents the first model of iMac personal computers that have been presented by Apple Inc. It was released on August 15, 1998, and the line was discontinued on March 18, 2003. The operating system used with it was Mac OS with its three distinctive versions: Mac OS 8, Mac OS 9, and Mac OS X. 

In what concerns the central processor unit that is known to have been included in the iMacG3 it can be said that it was represented by the Power PC 750 with a capacity of 233 to 700 MHz. iMacG3 was considered an all-in-one type of computer at the time of its release and it was appreciated by numerous computer users who have had the chance of working with it after its release.

One of the innovative features for which iMac G3 was appreciated when it was released refers to the fact that it as the first computer of this kind to offer its users the possibility of using USB type of ports as standard. It did no longer include previous Macintosh type of connections such as SCSI and Geo Port Serial type of ports. iMac G3 was also considered by numerous computer users and specialists as innovative due to the fact that it was aesthetically different from other mainstream type of computers that had been released before.

In what concerns the main specifications presented by iMac G3 it can be mentioned that it presented a 4GB hard drive, 2 MB video random access memory, 32 MB random access memory as well as 1 MB L2 cache memory. What it was also discovered to present and that was considered to have been borrowed from Apple laptops are the tray-loading type of CD-ROM drive included in it as well as the IrDA type of port known to have been presented by it.

What is also important to be mentioned when discussing about iMac G3 is the fact that numerous updates have been made to the iMac line after it was forts released. Such updates refer to increasing the processor speed, to the video random access memory and, certainly, to their hard disk capacity. When it was firstly released iMac G3 could be found available in Bondi blue but in time the variety of colors in which it could be found available was diversified so that users also had the chance of purchasing such computers found available in various other colors such as indigo, ruby, snow, sage, and others.

iMac G3 also presented USB and FireWire type of support as well as Ethernet and wireless networking ad certainly support for dial-up features. It should also be mentioned the fact that the iMac CRT model was actually renamed iMac G3 and that it was afterwards still produced together with its successor which has become familiar as iMac G4. All in all, iMac G3 is still interesting to be analyzed because it was appreciated by numerous computer users at the time of its release especially due to its innovative features.

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