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Fast Forward Video Live Online: The New iMac
With Personal Technology columnist Rob Pegoraro
Monday, Feb. 25, 2002; 2 p.m. EST

Most computers might as well have descended from the boxes they were shipped in. Apple's new iMac looks more like something evolved from R2-D2," so begins Fast Forward columnist Rob Pegoraro's recent review of the new Apple iMac.

Apple launched the iMac last month with great fanfare at the annual MacWorld gathering in San Francisco. The product's radical design and expanded capabilities are part of the company's bid to expand its hold on the U.S. personal computer market.

But does the new iMac offer more than a slick new design?

On Monday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. EST, Pegoraro demonstrated the new iMac and answered your questions.

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