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Leif

completely new version of the 23" display. Aluminum enclosure. one piece alumnium stand. small bevel One cable from the monitorwhich then splits. Also a 20" display. Same quality/enclosure. 20" - $1299, 23" - $1999. avail next month. 30" display 4.1 million pixelsonly works on powermac g5

because they had to make a new graphics cardno existing card could drive itone dvi connection isn't enough two dvi connections running parallel the new graphics card costs $599.

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Cambria

Just as everyone predicted, Steve has just introduced new aluminum displays.

20" - $1299

23" - $1999

30" - $3299

30" has two DVI Connections running parallel because one is not enough to power such a huge screen. 30" also requires a new graphics card which costs $599.

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xxdesmus

i think the 30" was $2999...i read that somewhere ;)

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session

the new graphic card costs $599 - 30 only runs on powermac g5

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session

now they're all down: US, Canada. Australia.....

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Tim Dorr

$3299 for the 30" model :|

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Pixelwix

$3299 for the 30" model

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VGVL

HELL YEAH! :woot: :woot: :woot:

I'll be buying one of those 20" Displays for sure. :cool:

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session

that's expensive... plus the graphic card! gees :s

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Tim Dorr

Merged and "officialed" - timdorr fro moderating industries :fro:

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Cambria

This kinda sucks...i was planning on buying a G5 w/ display but if there are no displays under $1000...

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rezza

/me wishes he had a 30" flatscreen...

My 17" is OK, but feels a little cramped sometimes.

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Tim Dorr
This kinda sucks...i was planning on buying a G5 w/ display but if there are no displays under $1000...

Just buy a 3rd-party one. No point in buying Apple because it's Apple :p

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session

well buy a 20". It's not that bad

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thetman

well some much for those people with powerbooks. looks like im will hafta get an older one. will they continue to sell the other ones b/c if not they are going to have some problems

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Cambria
Just buy a 3rd-party one. No point in buying Apple because it's Apple :p

Yeah I know...the new displays will probably be very pretty though...

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macman87

wow... even the gfx costs $599... :o

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hoyablue

I wonder how powerful this new graphics card is if it can power a 30inch LCD!

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[idkfa]

any pictures? the apple store is down atm

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Southern Patriot
wow... even the gfx costs $599... :o

Yes, but that card is specifically to drive the 30" display.

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Cambria
any pictures? the apple store is down atm

Thats what i'm waiting for too....oh well soon enough...

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AMD60305

it's only for the 30"?

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Cambria
it's only for the 30"?

From what i hear, the graphics card will only be required to power the 30".

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session

and no point to get that card

1) if you don't own powermac g5

2) if you don't own a 30" .... (display, that is)

(but jee, that's about USD $3900 PLUS taxes JUST for the display (and you need the card) - more pricy than a PMac G5!!!)

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session

tiger ships in the 1st half of 2005

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