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Apple ships new line of Performas

Apple announced what it called the most powerful Performa to date.

Apple Computer today announced the latest in its Performa line of Macintosh computers, which it says is the most powerful Performa to date.

Aimed at home multimedia and games users, the $2,599 Performa 6320CD runs on a 120-MHz 603e PowerPC microprocessor and comes with 16MB of RAM and a 1.2GB hard drive. The multimedia system is also the first of the Performa line to ship with a 15-hour free-trial version of America Online.

The new system also comes bundled with 16 pre-installed software titles and 15 CD-ROM titles, including Descent from MacPlay, Buried in Time from Sanctuary Woods, and Allied General from Strategic Simulations.