Three years after rewriting the books on computer design and simplicity with the iMac, Apple Computer Inc. has unveiled updated models with a flat-screen display, faster processor, and a new look.

Cheryl Vedoe, vice president of education for Apple, calls the new iMac "the ideal solution to seamlessly integrate digital media into teaching and learning."

The revamped iMac looks nothing like its egg-shaped predecessor, or any other PC for that matter. A 15-inch liquid crystal display attaches by a chrome swivel bar to a white base that holds the


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