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Four RAM slots for 16GB maximum.
SDXC slot supports cards larger than 32GB.
Beautiful design and LED-backlit screen.
Build-to-order 2TB hard drive and 3.6GHz Core i5 available from Apple.
SDXC card slot. 1080p HD screen.
Wireless keyboard and mouse.
802.11 a/n 5GHz support.
Internal power brick.
No eSATA port.
No Blu-ray option.
Mini DisplayPort is output only.
No HDMI input.
Native quad-core CPUs better at multithreaded applications.
Small screen size for its price.
I3based models do not support Turbo Boost.
No SSD option.
Glass Gisplay Produces A Lot Of Reflections.
All Peripheral Ports On Back Which Is Inconvenient.
Keyboard Doesn't Include Numeric Keypad.
By PC Advisor on October 26, 2010
For close-up daily work, we found the size and resolution of this 21.5in full-HD screen to be a comfortable fit. Designers and those looking for large-screen entertainment are better served by the 27in iMac. Formidable attention to detail in design...
By Mac|Life on October 19, 2010
As expected, the 3.2GHz model outperformed the 3.06GHz model in our testing, but not by much. Only two of our 10 tests showed a speed gain of more than 5 percent. And the Call of Duty 4 frame rate was only 3.2 percent better with the 3.2GHz...
By Pocket-lint on October 06, 2010
For the average user who wants to indulge in a little multimedia consumption and get on with a range of typical office tasks, the iMac makes a great choiceKey specs3.5mm jack, Bluetooth, Ethernet, FireWire, SD, SDHC, USB,...
By CNET UK on October 05, 2010
We found the port selection and placement a little irksome, but this 21.5-inch Apple iMac, complete with 3.06GHz Core i3 processor, is a beautifully crafted machine. It offers solid performance and a bright, vivid...
By PCWorld New Zealand on September 27, 2010
There’s little doubt that 2010 is the year of the iPad and iPhone for Apple, with the company largely focusing on the new kids on the block. But the Mac isn’t entirely out of the picture. While the Mac business is a more mature product line...
By Trusted Reviews on September 23, 2010
The iMac is something of an anomaly in Apple’s product line-up. Where the , and (especially) the are undeniably priced as high as they are pretty much just because Apple can get away with it, the iMac, at lease for the last few revisions,...
By DigitalVersus on September 03, 2010
Without revolutionising the all-in-one concept, this iMac 21.5-inch is convincing all the same and has all the elements needed to make it a recipe for success. It does however lack some seasoning. We would have liked to see richer and more accessible...
By TechRadar on August 19, 2010
The mid-2010 refresh of Apple's iMac range is more radical than it looks. Although they have the same form factor as their immediate predecessors, under-the-hood component upgrades take the respected all-in-one desktop range to a new level. As...
By RegHardware on August 18, 2010
The weakness in the iMac range really lies in the models that aren’t available – I still miss the discontinued 24in model, while the lack of a more affordable machine in the £700-£800 range seems to suggest that Apple is simply...
By Computeractive on August 18, 2010
Impressive design and performance, but the £999 starting price is not very...
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