|Quick Facts||15-inch iMac G3|
|Introduced||August 15, 1998|
|Discontinued||January 5, 1999|
|Processor||233MHz PowerPC G3|
|Memory||32MB 66MHz SDRAM|
|Optical drive||24x CD-ROM|
|Original Price||$1,299 USD|
Revision A | Bondi Blue
This is the very first iMac, generally referred to as Revision A. Steve Jobs introduced this model at Flint Center auditorium in Cupertino, California, on May 6, 1998.
It was to be the “Internet-age computer for the rest of us” and make the Internet as easy to use as a Macintosh.
The iMac would find its way into customer hands roughly three months later and become the fastest selling Macintosh of its time.
It featured a Jonathan P. Ive inspired translucent enclosure that was available solely in Bondi Blue. The original iMac also has the distinction of being the first Mac to boast USB ports.
Mac OS v8.1
Bondi Blue, Tray loading CD-ROM, 2MB VRAM
 iMac: From Internet + Mac
 The “i” in iMac originally stood for Internet but eventually developed into a marketing symbol for a wide range of Apple products.
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