Apple Computer has rolled out upgrades to its popular notebook computer line, the iBook, and its compact desktop machine, the Mini.
The iBook now sports more memory and an Airport card as part of the baseline configuration. The Mini now ships with additional memory as well, and a new midrange model comes with the Airport wireless card and Bluetooth capabilities as standard features.
Apple has expanded the Mini line to include a midrange version that ships with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities at $599. A high-end model includes a SuperDrive for burning CDs and DVDs. That model costs $699. The Mini line — which requires separate purchase of a monitor and keyboard — starts at under $500.
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Apple iBook Notebook 12″ M9623LL/A (1.2 GHz PowerPC G4, 256MB RAM, 30GB Hard Drive, Combo Drive, Built-in AirPort Extreme)
Apple Mac mini M9686LL/A (G4 1.25GHz, 256 MB RAM, 40 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive)