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Discussion in 'Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion (archive)' started by Bozola, Jan 13, 2005.
Indeed, very odd
Isn't that one of the education configurations?
The education eMacs similar to that show up every now and then at the Special Deals section.
I think if you go the store as a school, Apple offers a 17 inch iMac without an optical drive. Not sure about the modem port though.
It is for a school with a network and a school that doesn't want students putting software on their Macs.
The EDU iMacG5 also had a GeForce4MX instead of the FX5200...
Yup. That iMac you've got there is an educational model. Some people bought the edu eMacs, then added a optical drive and overclocked 'em but that iMac is just an expensive 64-bit terminal. Anyone actually seen an edu-model iMac?
yet it comes with system restore discs...
That makes no sense. More like they just wanted to cut cost and do everything over the network for upgrades, etc.
A 512 Meg or 1 Gig USB Flash could be used to *add* software
...so they can be restored over a network.