Apple's eMac, originally intended at the education market, is now available for purchase by everyone. The eMac offers sublime G4 power in a CRT iMac-style housing.
The US market gets two models, priced at $ 1,099 (G4/700/128) and $ 1,158 for a model with the same specs, and a tilt-and-swivel stand as an extra. ( http://www.apple.com/emac/ )
European customers get the choice between three models, € 1,571 gets you a 700 mHz G4, 128 Mb and a cd-r(w) drive. The next model has the same specs, except for an extra 128 Mb RAM and the tilt-and-swivel stand. The top of the range model, costing € 2320, has 512 Mb RAM and the Apple Care Protection Plan. ( http://www.apple.com/uk/emac )
Strangely enough, the high end eMacs are no longer equipped with a DVD drive. This might have been done to prevent desktop G4 customers from buying the cheaper eMac.