Oct. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. introduced upgrades across its computer product line, adding a redesigned iMac desktop with a thinner profile, a more powerful Mac mini and a 13-inch notebook that boasts a high definition display.
The iMac, which integrates the display and components into a single unit, now is 5 millimeters thick at the edges, and includes more power computing and expanded data storage options.
The 21.5-inch iMac will sell from $1,299 and the 27-inch from $1,799, from November.
Cupertino, California-based Apple also unveiled a 13-inch MacBook Pro with a high-definition display and thinner profile.
Apple, which had introduced a 15-inch laptop earlier this year with high-definition screen, unveiled the new product at an event in San Jose, California. The 13-inch version will start at $1,699.
Apple’s Mac mini line of computers, which come without a display, were also refreshed with upgrades to the processor and storage.
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