CNET has posted video (and really low volume audio) of Apple CEO Steve Jobs introducing Apple’s new iPod Hi-Fi and new Intel-based Mac mini on Tuesday. The video is sponsored by Microsoft, no less.
See the Mac mini video (12:18) with Steve Jobs slipping by calling Phil Schiller’s MacBook Pro a “PowerBook” before quickly correcting himself here.
See Jobs introducing the iPod Hi-Fi (6:46) here.
• Apple’s brand new iPod Hi-Fi speaker system. Home stereo. Reinvented. Available now for $349 with free shipping.
• Apple’s new Mac mini. Intel Core, up to 4 times faster. Starting at just $599. Free shipping.
• MacBook Pro. The first Mac notebook built upon Intel Core Duo with iLife ’06, Front Row and built-in iSight. Starting at $1999. Free shipping.
• iMac. Twice as amazing — Intel Core Duo, iLife ’06, Front Row media experience, Apple Remote, built-in iSight. Starting at $1299. Free shipping.
• iPod Radio Remote. Listen to FM radio on your iPod and control everything with a convenient wired remote. Just $49.
• iPod. 15,000 songs. 25,000 photos. 150 hours of video. The new iPod. 30GB and 60GB models start at just $299. Free shipping.
• Connect iPod to your television set with the iPod AV Cable. Just $19.
Apple debuts iPod Hi-Fi speaker system, leather cases for 5G iPod, iPod nano – February 28, 2006
Apple introduces new Intel-based Mac mini – February 28, 2006