Mac all-in-ones

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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

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More information at: Pocket-lint.co.uk, 10/2013 Apple iMac 27-inch (2013) You won't see any changes on the outside of the 2013 iMac with regards to its predecessor, but everything on the inside has been given a refresh, so Pocket-lint see whether it's a mandatory upgrade or if you're better off considering an alternative. … to 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 …

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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

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More information at: IT PRO, 10/2013 Apple iMac 27in review (late 2013) Apple's iMac has always been the desktop of choice for graphics professionals, enthusiast video editors and publishing companies, and its latest incarnation aims to be the best one ever owing to its 4K resolution and Haswell CPUs. But can it justify a price increase of £100 from the previous model? … to review

 
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

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More information at: IT Reviews, 12/2012 Apple iMac (Late 2012) review (21.5- and 27-inch) It's taken Apple quite a while to renew its iMac range, but the new models are here at last, and MacWorld have put them through their paces. … to review

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 …

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18 reviews | 33 opinions

 

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 …

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16 reviews | 6 opinions

 

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. …

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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 …

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7 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. …

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5 reviews

 

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 …

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8 reviews | 6 opinions

 

 
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 …

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8 reviews | 33 opinions

 

Apple iMac 27in Core i7 3.4GHz 1TB (May 2011)
Apple iMac 27in Core i7 3.4GHz 1TB (May 2011)

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

Even though the value of owning a high-end photo editing solution might be considered relative, the iMac is sure to please those who are willing to spend the bit extra for it, says What Digital

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More information at: What Digital Camera, 6/2011 Apple iMac 27" This eye-catching offering from Apple promises to have all the features a photographer could ask for. … to review

iMac 27 Zoll Core i3
Apple iMac 27in Core i3 3.20GHz 1TB (Summer 2010)

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

The 27in Mac is a behemoth with impressive computing power that's also glorious for consuming and creating media thanks to its jawdropping screen. The presence of an i3 CPU could be seen as

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6 reviews | 11 opinions

 

More information at: What Digital Camera, 10/2010 Apple iMac 27in Intel Core i3 Apple's latest iMac is a huge, yet beautiful, behemoth of a machine - the 27in version offers an LED-backlit screen with a massive 2560 x 1440 resolution. ... … to review

Apple iMac 21.5in Core i5 2.7GHz 1TB (May 2011)
Apple iMac 21.5in Core i5 2.7GHz 1TB (May 2011)

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

"... compared to Windows 8, OS X Mountain Lion is a far more intuitive, attractive and productive environment to be in, and that has a large bearing on our willingness to forgive some of the …

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2 reviews

 

iMac 27in 2.66GHz 4GB RAM 1TB
Apple iMac 27in Core i5 2.66GHz 1TB (October 2009)

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

"Pros: Blisteringly fast; Quad Core; Massive screen size; Video In Port. Cons: Teething troubles; Optical drive a little slow."

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4 reviews | 6 opinions

 

iMac 27" Core i5 3,1GHz 1TB (Mai 2011)
Apple iMac 27in Core i5 3.1GHz 1TB (May 2011)

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

The ludicrous price of the 27in iMac could buy a far better-specced gaming PC or workstation, but The Register reckon that there are a lot of little things - that droolworthy screen, the impressive

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More information at: Register Hardware, 6/2011 Apple iMac 27in The bad news about the new iMac product line is that it's still the most expensive range of consumer-oriented computers on the market. The good news is that not only are they as gorgeous as ever, but insanely powerful too. … to review

Apple iMac 21.5in Core i7 2.8GHz 8192MB RAM (May 2011)
Apple iMac 21.5in Core i7 2.8GHz 8192MB RAM (May 2011)

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

The new 21.5" iMac is a huge step forward in both processing power and graphic grunt, and one that according to Zath could see more professionals choosing it over its Pro stablemate. The only …

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iMac 24" 2.66GHz 4GB RAM 640GB
Apple iMac 24'' Core 2 Duo 2.66 GHz (2009)

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

"Pros: Fastest CPUs in an all-in-one. Stunning design. Great value. Cons: No Blu-ray or quad-core options."

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3 reviews | 5 opinions

 

More information at: Stuff TV, 4/2009 Apple iMac '09 24in Forget the G20 street parties, we're off to Apple's Cupertino HQ to mount a demonstration of our own. Namely that the iMac's price be raised as soon as possible. … to review

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Samsung DP-U250

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

"... While performance is alright it's not going to cope with high-end gaming, but we found the U250 fine for everyday use. ... The U250 is a good attempt to build a classy …

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4 reviews

 

Apple iMac 27in Core i5 2.8GHz 256GB SSD (Summer 2010)
Apple iMac 27in Core i5 2.8GHz 256GB SSD (Summer 2010)

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

The price of the SSD-inclusive machine is high but the level of performance of the iMac 27in (late 2010 edition) in the quad-core setup is astonishing. It also offers a more compact, although equally

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More information at: Digital Trends, 8/2010 Apple iMac 27-inch (Core i5) We review the latest addition to Apple's iMac line, which features a 27-inch display, Intel Core i5 processor and pixel-pushing ATI Radeon HD 5750. … to review

 

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Apple Power Mac G5 (dual 2.7GHz) CNET.co.uk 6/2006 - In among a flurry of new releases, including the latest version of OS X and new versions of its professional video applications, Apple has boosted its high-end Power Mac G5 line so that the top configuration now has dual 2.7GHz G5 processors.

Apple iMac 27in (Mid-2011) 2.7GHz Core i5 PC Advisor 3/2012 - Apple's all-in-one 27in iMac stands out from the crowd with its supreme construction quality, outstanding design and cutting-edge technology. Is this the best all-in-one on the market?

Apple iMac 21.5in 2012 Stuff TV 1/2013 - Apple's one-boxer was never going to disappoint on the style front. The boffins at Cupertino have managed to fit all the neccessaries into a rectangle only 5mm thick at the edges, which makes it thinner than even the skinniest smartphones.

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The iMac is Apple's classic all-in-one system, with the new series comprising three models with different performance potential. It is aimed primarily at education and home users who want a computer with strong multimedia capabilities, which is why Apple has strengthened its mass market presence.


Apple computers have so far benefited from the image of their manufacturer as an underdog in the computer scene and of its products as niche offerings for professional graphic designers. However, since their switch to an Intel platform, therefore providing the option to install Windows, the barriers for potential buyers have dwindled considerably and Apple has developed a mass-market strategy, especially with its most famous and best-selling all-in-one system, the iMac. The new range introduced in 2007 benefits from improved specifications and carries a siginificantly lower price tag than previous models. They are available in three variants which differ mainly in processing power (2.0, 2.4 and 2.8 GHz), graphics card, hard drive capacity (250GB to 1TB) and display size (20 to 24 inches). It is not possible to find an affordable entry-level model, however, since price-wise the smallest iMac is equivalent to a high-end multimedia PC, which is actually what the the iMac is designed to be. It particularly shines with multimedia applications such as image, audio and video editors or some of Apple's own software (iLife package), and it provides a direct and strong competitor to traditional Windows PCs. The iMac has its laptop equivalent in Apple's own MacBook Pro range, since both are aimed at education and home users with high requirements. A characteristic of complete Mac systems is their all-in-one design. Unlike their predecessors, however, in the current models the inside of the device is accessible so that upgrading is possible without much fuss.