None of them are sporting Blu-ray drives (shocking!),
but Think Secret did score the specs for Apple's new line up of Power Mac G5s, as well as the scoop on the refreshed
iMac G5s and eMacs.
They're still not sure whether the new Power Macs will have the new dual-core PowerPC 970MP processors or not, but the top of the line model will be a dual-2.7GHz machine with 512MB of RAM (expandable up to 8GB), a 250GB hard drive, and a 256MB DDR SDRAM ATI Radeon 9650 video card.
The iMac G5 is reportedly going to be seeing some improvements as well, with all models getting an upgrade to ATI's 128MB Radeon 9600 video card and Bluetooth 2.0, and the top-of-the-line 20-inch model now rocking a 2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, a SuperDrive, and a 250GB hard drive.
And despite predictions of its demise, apparently the eMac will continue to kick it, and will come in two versions, both of which will see a bump in processor speed up to 1.42GHz and an upgraded 64MB ATI Radeon 9600 video card. The low-end eMac will have a Combo Drive, an 80GB hard drive, and 256MB of RAM, while the higher-end model will come with a SuperDrive, a 160GB hard drive, and 512MB of RAM.
All of the new models should supposedly start shipping a few days after Apple releases Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger on April 29th.