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iMac 27" Core i7 3.5GHz, 1 TB Fusion Drive, GTX780M (2013)
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Apple iMac 27" Core i7 3.5 GHz, 1TB Fusion Drive, GTX 780M (2013)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

The configuration options of the iMac mean that no matter your needs, if your pockets are deep enough you'll be able to have all the power you require. Of course, it's not cheap, but its …

1 review

 

iMac 27" (Core i5-3470, 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, GeForce GTX 675MX) (2012)
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Apple iMac 27" Core i5 3.2 GHz 1TB (2012)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

In PC Advisor's opinion, any designer worth their salt should consider the latest 27-inch iMac very seriously. Aside from its absolutely stunning design and build quality, it offers oodles of

1 review

 

More information at: PC Advisor, 8/2013 Apple iMac 27in (Late 2012) Ultimate review: immensely powerful all-in-one PC Looks-wise, the Apple iMac has always been a stunner, but does the latest model bring any clear advantages over the previous generation as far as performance is concerned? … to review

iMac 27in Core i5 3.2 GHz, 1TB HDD (2013)
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Apple iMac (2013)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

Despite the iMac's stunning performance and jaw-dropping screen, IT Pro found the 2013 27-inch model to be simply too expensive, especially considering that more and more rival manufacturers are …

2 reviews

 

 
Apple iMac 21.5‘' (2012)
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Apple iMac 21.5‘' (2012)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

In many ways, this is the best 21.5" iMac ever, thanks to its impossibly thin profile, updated CPU, improved speakers and anti-glare screen, but on the other hand, MacWorld were disappointed to …

2 reviews

 

Apple iMac (2012)
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Apple iMac (2012)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

Despite losing their optical drive and native FireWire ports, the 2012 iMacs don't disappoint in the slightest, as they're thinner than ever - although the difference can't be …

1 review

 

Mac Mini (Summer 2011)
Apple Mac Mini (2011)

Mac: Mac mini; Number of processor cores: Dual-Core

Thanks to its low noise and jitter levels over S/PDIF, small size, excellent build and near-silent operation, the Mac Mini makes for an excellent music server in HiFi World's opinion. Their main …

12 reviews

 

iMac Modellreihe Mai 2011
Apple iMac product line May 2011

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

By including the most cutting edge componentry, such as SATA-3 and Thunderbolt connections, plus Intel's latest processors, Apple's iMac product line for May 2011 is definitely keeping up …

23 reviews

 

Apple Mac Mini 2.5GHz 500GB 4096MB RAM Radeon HD 6630M (2011)
Apple Mac Mini 2.5GHz 500GB 4096MB RAM Radeon HD 6630M (2011)

Mac: Mac workstation; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

T3 reckon that the loss of the Mac mini's DVD drive will probably be no big deal to many thanks to the boom that streaming services have experienced in recent years and which make this dinky …

8 reviews

 

Apple Mac Mini (2012)
Apple Mac Mini (2012)

Mac: Mac mini

For the price of an iPhone 5, the Mac Mini gives you performance that's comparable to that of much larger desktop PCs, especially with regards to the 2011 version, given that it now includes …

2 reviews

 

Apple iMac product line July 2010
Apple iMac product line July 2010

Mac: Mac all-in-one

MacWorld came to the conclusion that, in spite of the better CPUs and possibility of being equipped with SSDs at the moment of purchase, the new iMac line isn't so much of a leap for previous …

18 reviews | 33 opinions (Above average)

 

 
Apple Mac Mini 2.3GHz 500GB 2048MB RAM (2011)
Apple Mac Mini 2.3GHz 500GB 2048MB RAM (2011)

Mac: Mac mini; Number of processor cores: Dual-Core

Though this entry-level mini is Apple's cheapest Mac desktop, it is superbly well built and has a feature set that's superior to all other compact PCs. It's slightly slower than the

1 review

 

More information at: PC Advisor, 3/2012 Apple Mac mini (Mid-2011) Core i5 2.3GHz Many found the £699 version of last summer's Mac mini line to be the prominent model due to its dedicated GPU. This is not an essential component though if you are not bothered about playing games or doing professional graphics work. … to review

iMac 21.5-inch (Core i5-3330s, 8192MB RAM, 1 TB) (2012)
Apple iMac 21.5‘' (Core i5-3330s, 8GB RAM, 1TB) (2012)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

Many issues present in the previous iMac generation can still be found in this 2012 model, such as its weedy audio, underpowered GPU, 5400RPM hard drive or having all the connectors at the back.

1 review

 

 

More information at: Ars Technica, 12/2012 Review: 21.5-inch 2012 iMac takes two steps forward, one step back The new iMacs have been a long time coming, but they're here at last, albeit lacking the Retina displays that Apple has been introducing in most of its other products. Does this mean that the company is starting to neglect its desktop line? … to review

Apple iMac product line October 2009
Apple iMac product line October 2009

All-in-One PC; Mac: Mac all-in-one

"... Unless you absolutely require additional PCI cards, multiple internal hard drives, or a lot of RAM, the Core i5 iMac makes a strong case for being the go-to system for most Mac

16 reviews | 6 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: MacUser, 11/2009 iMac 27in 3.06GHz When Apple launched the first flat-screen iMac in 2002, it had a 15in LCD screen. Eight years later, this incarnation has a screen almost twice as big and a native resolution of a mind-boggling 2560 x 1440 pixels. The screen is a backlit LED display, just like the ones Apple uses in its MacBook Pros and Cinema Displays. Its glass front stretches the full width of the iMac and all the way to the top - there's no aluminium bezel. The only clues from the front that this a computer rather than just a display are the two inches of aluminium below the screen, and the iSight camera lurking behind the glass at the top. … to review

Apple Mac Mini (2010)
Apple Mac Mini (2010)

Mac: Mac workstation; Number of processor cores: Dual-Core

The price of the Mac mini with Snow Leopard is unmistakably high, but for the money you get a package that is delightfully small and running an excellent operating system. PC Pro say the server is so …

21 reviews

 

iMac 21.5'' Core i5 2.5GHz 500 GB (May 2011)
Apple iMac 21.5in Core i5 2.5GHz 500 GB (May 2011)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

The 21.5inch Apple iMac has a 2.5GHz Intel Core i5.2500 processor, an AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics chip, 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. Storage is very limited compared to what some rivals offer.

5 reviews

 

More information at: PC Advisor, 10/2011 Apple iMac 21.5in (2.5GHz, 2011) If you are a Windows fan, will Apple's 21.5 inch iMac offer enough great specfications to convert you? See how it fares. … to review

Apple iMac 27in Core i5 2.7GHz 1TB (May 2011)
Apple iMac 27in Core i5 2.7GHz 1TB (May 2011)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

Combining a great performance with such a stunning build leaves the iMac as a supreme piece of technology, and Apple's design aesthetic remains unrivalled. If you are looking for a touchscreen

7 reviews

 

More information at: CNET.co.uk, 6/2011 Apple iMac 27-inch These days, Apple might be best known for its mobile gadgets, with iPhones and iPads flying off the shelves at a ludicrous pace, but the Cupertino company's not forgotten about its luxurious desktop range. Apple's spruced up its iMac line for summer, adding Thunderbolt ports and the latest quad-core Intel Core i series processors. They're no less expensive than before, however, with the 27-inch model starting at £1,400. The 21.5-inch model starts at £1,000. … to review

iMac 21,5 Zoll Core i3 3,06GHz Radeon 4670
Apple iMac 21.5in Core i3 3.06GHz 500GB (Summer 2010)

Mac: Mac all-in-one; Number of processor cores: Dual-Core

PC Advisor reckon the size and resolution of the 21.5in full HD screen with the Apple iMac 21.5in (Mid 2010) computer is perfectly adequate for day to day work up close. They think a bigger screen

8 reviews | 33 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: ZDNet, 7/2010 Apple iMac (Summer 2010) In time for the back-to-school buying season, Apple has updated its iMac desktop line with a broad assortment of under-the-hood features. This review will focus on the entry-level £999 (inc. VAT) model, but all four of Apple's default iMac configurations have received updates to their CPU, memory and graphics chips. … to review

Apple iMac 27in 2.8GHz Core i7 (October 2009)
Apple iMac 27in 2.8GHz Core i7 (October 2009)

All-in-One PC; Number of processor cores: Dual-Core

"Wired: Did we mention the screen?; Sexpot good looks; Core i7 processor is ludicrously fast, and quad-core technology means you get support for next year's apps today. Tired: All-glass …

8 reviews | 6 opinions (Excellent)

 

Apple Mac Mini Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz 2GB RAM (2010)
Apple Mac Mini Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz 2GB RAM (2010)

Mac: Mac workstation; Number of processor cores: Dual-Core

The Mac Mini allows users to have the full Apple experience for a lower price than a full-fledged Mac, although FiveFWD pointed out that it's still expensive, especially when compared to PCs …

16 reviews

 

Mac Mini Server 2011 (MC936B/A)
Apple Mac Mini Server Core i7 2.0GHz 1TB 4GB RAM (2011)

Mac: Mac mini; Number of processor cores: Quad-Core

The Mac mini Server from Apple is a personal server, ideal for small businesses, design studios and classrooms. It features Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture and a top of the range Core i7

1 review | 37 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: MacWorld, 12/2011 Mac mini Server The Mac mini Server is an updated version of the original compact server. Offering increased processor speed, you can set up a personal server. … to review

 

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Product information and further reviews

Apple 21.5-inch iMac Expert Reviews 8/2011 - The iMac has always been one of Apple's flagship products. The latest model is terribly expensive, but of course, it's drop-dead gorgeous. Can it justify that price tag, though?

Apple Mac mini (mid 2011) Pocket-lint.co.uk 8/2011 - The mini has always been the most affordable way to get your hands on a Mac, but its position in Apple's product range has always been awkward. Now that the original MacBook has been phased out, however, the existence of this little guy seems to make much more sense.

Apple iMac (2008 Edition) CNET.co.uk 5/2008 - All-in-one desktops are great for users who don't want to mess around with all the separate parts of a PC. In the past, however they have not been able to compare to a separate box unit computers. Recently newer all-in-one models have taken a leap forward in power and the iMac has been leading the pack.

Apple Imac 20in desktop computer Computer act!ve 5/2008 - Is this the Apple update you have been waiting for?

Apple Mac Mini TechRadar UK 6/2010 - Apple's smallest Mac gets a radical make-over, but a less substantial upgrade.

Apple Mac mini 2010 CNET.co.uk 6/2010 - Apple has taken its Mac mini back to the drawing board, and produced an updated model for 2010. This edition is even more attractive than its predecessor and features a range of updated components designed to boost performance and improve efficiency. It comes at a price, though. The entry-level consumer model, reviewed here, will set you back £650. The mini with Snow Leopard Server is available for a starting price of £930, and trades its optical drive for twin hard disks.

Mac Pro MacWorld 10/2006 - The Mac Pro arrives with aplomb...as long as you're using the right software. But for all it's speed (and it offers a lot) is it the Mac for everyone?

Apple iMac 17in desktop computer Computer act!ve 9/2006 - Even on a bad day, Apple's elegant industrial design makes most PCs look like something a Blue Peter presenter would cobble together out of sticky-tape and a couple of Fairy Liquid bottles. Unfortunately, Apple's high standards have all-too-often been matched by equally high prices. However, its latest iMac range includes a new low-cost model clearly intended to reach out to a wider audience.

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