Apple's Store is back online, and on it you'll find all the info on the new iMac G5s. Apple's Web site has a complete spec rundown, but here's the salient info:
Two new models are available for purchase today (if you can get Apple's Store page to load).
Old iMacs are gone, replaced by a 17-inch model for $1,299 and a 20-incher for $1,699.
There's a 1.9GHz PowerPC G5 CPU on the 17-inch model, 2.1GHz on the 20-inch.
They have PCI Express graphics chips: 128MB ATI Radeon X600 Pro on the 17-inch, 128MB ATI Radeon XT on the 20-inch.
There's a built-in iSight camera.
New Front Row software provides a Media Center-esque front end for photos, music, videos, and DVDs.
The included six-button remote control works with Front Row from a distance.
Since the newly announced and already downloadablelets you download video content for $1.99 a pop, it's eminently clear that video is the new keyword for Apple and that the company is gunning for Microsoft and the rest of the home-theater PC world. Just be sure if you do purchase a new iMac that you throw in Apple's video adapter, because despite the new features, there's no integrated video output to connect to a larger display.