Apple has silently launched an updated low-spec sub-$1000 iMac specially for students, under its special education scheme. These entry-level iMacs will feature 21.5″ display – much like the existing iMacs, but the rest of the specs are chopped off to bring the price down.

The new specs include a 3.1GHz Intel Core i3 dual-core processor, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, a 250GB hard drive and an AMD Radeon HD 6750 GPU. Of-course these are not impressive in terms of sheer numbers, but for those students who can’t afford the pricey Apple desktops, the new models should sound music to their ears.

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Apple has always had special education deals for iMac. The previous model was priced at around $899. The latest one though, has 11% overhead at $999, but comes with a dual core processor unlike the previous models. Sadly though, the new line-up has much lesser dedicated memory for graphics processor at 256MB as compared to 512MB in the previous line-up.

The new line-up should be available anytime now, so keep an eye at the Apple online store.

[via]BGR

 
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  • Rashed Khan

    Apple really do a lot for the education industry, they offer cheap computers, give free iPads to schools and You can even get cheap Mac software like Microsoft Office and Photoshop for UK students