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About this product
- Product InformationThis Apple iMac G5, released in August of 2004, has a PowerPC G5 processor with 1.6 GHz. Overall memory of the stock Apple desktop computer is 256 MB but it can be expanded to 2 GB maximum. Standard with this customized Mac G5 is a CD-RW and DVD-ROM combo optical drive for additional memory options and entertainment. This customized Mac G5 uses the Apple MacOS X 10.3 operating system for increased computing capabilities and a user-friendly interface. The LCD display monitor with TFT active matrix technology is ideal with this Apple iMac G5 computer, and comes standard with purchase. The graphics controller on this Apple desktop is an AGP 8x plug-in card that can manage several elements of design programs without skewing the coloring and detail of the screen. Lastly, the 17-inch monitor on the Apple iMac G5 permits the user to manage several different screens and commands without needing to close the document or sift through multiple screens.
- Product FamilyiMac
- Model IDPowerMac8,1
- Model NumberA1058
- Video Output InterfaceAGP 8x
- Motherboard I/O PortsFireWire (IEEE1394a) x 2,USB 1.1 x 2,USB 2.0 x 3
- Screen Size17in.
- Expansion SlotsAGP x8 x 1
- RAM TechnologyDDR SDRAM
- RAM Max Supported Size2GB
- Max. Cache Memory512KB
- Video OutputsComposite x 1,S-Video x 1
- Audio InputLine In (3.5mm),Microphone
- Audio OutputHeadphones,Optical Digital,Speakers
- Modem TypeModem
- Data Link ProtocolEthernet,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g
- Networking TypeIntegrated 10/100 Network Card,Integrated Wireless LAN
- Depth6.8 in.
- Height16.9 in.
- Width16.8 in.
- Weight18.5 lb.
- Form FactorAll-in-one
- Release DateAugust, 2004
- Exterior ColorWhite
Most relevant reviews
- evans.986Jan 26, 2012by
Its a great buy! Highly recommended!!!
Buying one of these computer used in good condition is the best bargain on the market. All the software that you need, you can still get, and a good portion of it is freeware. True the processor may not be as fast as computers on todays market, but do not let the clock speed fool you. If you compare them to a road, these Power PC processors are like a 6-lane super-highway with a speed limit of 50, but some of these newer processors are like a 2-lane highway with a speed limit of 70. Sure, they have a faster speed, but they certainly are not as capable of handling large volumes of cars, or in this case, data. These computers are certainly workhorses and they are lightning-fast. The only thing I dislike about these computers is that they can be fragile, Place it where it is going to go and leave it. Buy a laptop if you are going to take it with you on vacation. Read full review
- kanatootMay 07, 2014by
Good for what I paid for..
It's nice .. And I can't expect to work like the other stuff now for that price.. It's good for internet.. Watching DVD .. It's just like if you need to do something in the computer you have one.. At least. Surfin, you tube, news, even it's slow you'll still get there..
- heybbowheybbowJan 30, 2011by
Know your iMac
I should have been a bit more careful when purchasing an iMac with Mac OS X 10.3. Many of the devices and a lot of the software I want to use requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. I increased the memory ($68), added AirPort ($60), and upgraded to Tiger ($80). In all, my $170 purchase ended up costing $380. I hope this computer lasts two or three years...
- bigalbundyiJan 31, 2013by
lots of fun to use
Great little computer to learn on. I bought this to learn how to use apple system. very compact and fast.looks good also.
- sandan_24Dec 01, 2011by
Was top of the line when produced, quiet and efficient. Has airport [wireless] and 1 gig of ram, compact. Is running Tiger 4.3 and reads and burns CD's and DVDs without burn failures. It will handle Leopard 10.5.1 as long as for a G processor and not intel