Spec bumps across the board, but no surprises on the design and hardware front. The best part is that everything is a bit cheaper than the last-gen stuff: a brand-new 24" iMac now starts at just $1,500.
The iMacs move conclusively to 24" as standard, with only a single offering at 20": a 2.66GHz model with a 320GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM. four USB ports and one Firewire 800. It's $1,200.
$1,500 will get you the cheapest 24", which has similar specs, but 4GB of RAM and a 640GB hard drive. For $1,800, you get bumped to a 2.93GHz processor and a better video card, the Nvidia GeForce GT. A $2,200 model has a 3.06 GHz chip, Nvidia GeForce GT 130 with 512MB RAM and a full terabyte of storage.
Apple introduces new iMacs with more affordable pricing [Apple Insider]