iMac G3 500Mhz (2001) “Indigo”
Need to Reset PMU? The iMac was a dramatic departure from mainstream computer design. The design of the first generation of the iMac has been credited to Jonathan Ive, currently Vice President of Industrial Design at Apple. It was the first computer to ship with out a floppy drive and was equip exclusively with USB port standard. The slot-loading iMac G3 began shipping in late 1999 with additional DV (Digital Video) designation. This version had FireWire, CD-RW/DVD-ROM, 500 Mhz Processor atop the new "Pangea" motherboard with a 16MB ATI Rage 128 Ultra graphics chip. The 2001 series was available in indigo, graphite, and snow with either the 500, 600, or 700MHz (PPC750CXe) processor.