- Dec 30, 2006
Was that in any of the 17" models before? If so maybe they are just clearing stock?That never actually left. They never stopped selling it to the education market.
In that... they made an entirely different version than any that they sold in the past just FOR the education market. It has an Intel GMA950 in it.
Nope, it wasn't. They released the education 17" at the same time as the very first white Core 2 Duo iMacs and have quietly been selling it ever since... with the same hardware.Was that in any of the 17" models before? If so maybe they are just clearing stock?
I cant find it on that link, any help please? I can see in the box about imac's it says "The new iMac line also includes a 17-inch model starting at $899." but i click on the link and i just get the new ones.
Select your iMac
With a dual-core performance and a range of features, this is the most affordable iMac geared for the digital classroom.
* 1.83GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
* 1GB memory
* 160GB hard drive1
* 24x Combo drive
* Intel GMA 950 graphics
Ships: 3-5 business days
Apple MPN : MA710LL/B
I went in as an employee of a K-12 school district, getting a quote to give to my purchasing department and it is available there. It isn't with the rest of the iMacs. It is one of the square "ads" in the middle of the page for me.I cant find it.
I even tried different school districts. From my wife's district. $1,149.00 for the 20-inch. Is the only one we can see.
Is it only available to actual schools, For school use. Or can staff purchase it for personal use.