Apple does more then desktop machines, and any loyal Mac fanboy has probably spent quite a bit of time trying to justify to themselves why they need an Xserve for the home network.  I won’t tell you that you “don’t” need one, but I’m about to make things a little bit more difficult for you.

Apple updated there Xserve line today.  The two baseline options are as follows:

Quad-Core

  • One 2.26GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon “Nehalem” processor
  • 3GB memory
  • 160GB 7200-rpm Serial ATA drive module
  • Mac OS X Server v10.5 Unlimited-Client Edition
  • $2999.00

8-Core

  • Two 2.26GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon “Nehalem” processors
  • 3GB memory
  • 160GB 7200-rpm Serial ATA drive moduleMac OS X Server v10.5 Unlimited-Client Edition
  • $3599.00

Just like the rest of the Apple line up these days, they’re playing up the “Green” label, and state that these have “More Power. Less Energy”

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