What you need to know about the newest Apple CD reader
This is the latest iteration of the Apple CD-i, and it’s not quite as cheap as its predecessor.
It’s a bit pricier than its predecessor, at $249, but that price also means you’ll need to upgrade your computer to a 64-bit operating system to use it.
The CD-I is also the first Apple to include a CD-ROM drive.
It also has a built-in camera.
It will be available in three capacities: 512 MB, 1 GB, and 2 GB.
You can also buy an additional 256 MB for $50.
The Apple CD Reader features four buttons on the front, two for reading and one for moving the book.
The device is powered by an Intel Atom processor and a 32-bit Intel CPU.
It can read up to 10 gigabytes of data, which is twice the capacity of a standard CD-RW.
The first model of the CD-II is the most expensive of the bunch.
It costs $249 and supports up to 1,024 pages of reading, but it’s only compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista.