UK high street retailing giant Tesco is selling the entry-level 400MHz iMac DV for £699.
The entry-level iMac is available in Indigo and Ruby and has a PowerPC G3 processor, 64MB SDRAM, CD-ROM drive, a 15-inch display, two USB ports and two FireWire ports.
This is the second time Tesco has sold Mac – it ran a similar promotion when the iMac launched in September 1998.
Tesco recently approached Apple to become a legitimate vendor for its products, but claims Apple declined.
The iMac will not feature as part of Tesco's regular product line-up and the deal is available only as long as stocks last. The iMac deal is part of the supermarket's WIGIG (when it's gone it's gone) initiative.
Tesco spokesman Russell Craig said: "We will do this again if we can lay our hands on the right stock at the right price.
"A Tesco business objective over the next five years is to be as big in non-food as we are in food. Customers don't just want baked beans, they want cars, fridges and iMacs."
To find a Tesco selling iMacs near you, call 0800 505 555.