Okay, so it’s technically $999.00, but that’s still less than a thousand bucks.
Apple’s Education iMac has had an official price drop — and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Many students are looking to purchase new computers for college, and an iMac is a pretty decent machine for college. However, the new price isn’t available for individuals — you have to be in an “education institution” to take advantage of it.
Here are the specs of the Education iMac:
• 3.1GHz Intel Core i3 Dual-Core
• 21.5-inch LCD
• AMD Radeon HD 6750 with 256MB
• 2GB RAM
• 250GB Hard Drive
• OS X Lion
Not bad, for the price. In case you were wondering, the Education iMac doesn’t have Thunderbolt — instead, it has a mini display port. For $200 more, you can upgrade to a 2.5GHz Quad-Core i5, a 500GB HD and 4GB of RAM.