Apple iMac 27-inch (2013)

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The 2013 27-inch iMac features a 3.2 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 and Nvidia GeForce GTX 755M for $1,799; or with a 3.4 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 and the same Nvidia chip, up to 32GB of 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM, and up to 1TB of all-flash storage or 3TB of Fusion storage combining traditional hard drives with SSD.

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By About.com on 80

The 2013 version of the 27-inch iMac has little to distinguish it from the 2012 model, at least on the outside. The same slim figure that was radically new in 2012 greets us again in the 2013 model. But while the outside of the new iMac appears familiar,...

By Macworld UK on

This new range of iMacs benefits most from the price drop when compared to last year's line up. While there is the new £899 model on offer, we think it will be worth paying the £150 extra to upgrade to the 2.7GHz model.Share this articleFind the...

By Mac|Life on 90

The update of Apple's iMac range has come less than a year after November 2012's radical redesign, so it's no surprise that it's an internal refresh — Apple's upgraded the processors to Intel's newest chips, the Wi-Fi to the new, fast 802.11ac standard,...

By ConsumerSearch on

Stunning to look at and stunning to use, the 27-inch iMac wins accolades as the best all-in-one desktop computer on the planet. You might be equally stunned when you look at the price tag, especially for an upgraded system, but most say you at least get...

By crn.com.au on 83

A formidable all-in-one, with updated Haswell internals, but an even higher price. After last year's iMac redesign, Apple has stuck to the tried and tested in 2013. As such, this year's iMacs are little more than a refresh, with a handful...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

A new year, a new iMac, and in the latest model, Apple has taken Intel’s latest processors and thrown them in their impressive aluminium-clad all-in-one machine. Could this be desktop perfection? In the latest generation of Apple iMac desktop...

By Macworld Australia on 80

Back in October, we , the first of the new models that we could get our hands on. Regrettably, it took us a while to get the other three standard-configuration iMacs in the Lab to test. We finally took a good look at the rest of Apple’s iMac...

By Photography Bay on

I picked up a new 27″ iMac a couple weeks ago when B&H dropped the price of the previous generation iMac by $300. Specifically, I bought the 3.2GHz Core i5 unit with a nVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX 1GB GPU. I paired the iMac with a HP ZR2740w 27″ IPS...

By Business Computing World on 90

The 21-inch version of the iMac has found its way into reception areas in many businesses as a kind of technological fashion statement. However, its 27-inch big brother is a different proposition altogether. The iMac’s large, high-resolution display has...

By Expert Reviews on 100

The latest version of this 27in all-in-one is powerful and stylish but it’s no longer without...

By Mashable on 95

It’s pricey, but you can’t ask for a more stunning desktop computer.

By mashable.com on

Apple was once on the brink of complete failure years ago, but its revolutionary iMac, an all-in-one machine that houses the computer inside the monitor, was the beginning of a new, profitable era for the company.Last year, Apple polished the design,...

By TechRadar AU on 80

The 2013 refresh is a solid, if unremarkable, update for Apple's most popular desktop computer. It wasn't a radical overhaul, but nor did it need to be. Instead, the specifications got a welcome boost while retaining the well received form factor of the...

By Bare Feats on

How fast is the 2013 Retina MacBook Pro compared to the 'best' early 2012 Retina MacBook Pro? And how do both compare to the 'best' 2013 iMac? We have a sampling of games plus Heaven and Valley results. GRAPH LEGEND2013 iMac = 2013 iMac (27") with...

By PC Pro on 83

A formidable all-in-one, with updated Haswell internals and new Nvidia graphics - at an even higher...

By Computerworld on

I should say this right from the start: When it comes to Apple's current line of iMac all-in-one desktop computers, I love the design. Love, love, love it. I've always been a big fan of the aluminum enclosures Apple employs across its product line,...

By HotHardware on

The late 2013 edition iMac line leverages the performance punch of Haswell and follows it up with NVIDIA GeForce 700 Series graphics. As configured, the 27-inch iMac reviewed here bolted through our benchmarks with ease and posted especially...

By uk.hardware.info on

Never change a winning team. That frequently seems to be an important (and successful) part of Apple's design philosophy, and it's certainly true for the new iMac. It appeared without too much fanfare, has the same chassis design as the previous...

By Macworld UK on 100

Like so much computing tech in use today, the Apple iMac serves as the widely copied template for other brands' products. Look over the range of all-in-one PCs from the likes of Dell, HP and Lenovo, and we see the same essential form as the flatscreen...

By TrustedReviews on 90

Apple still has this market more or less to itself, and it's easy to see why. The 2013 iMac update is a small one, but nothing gets close to it. If you want a large-screen all-in-one PC, it's your best bet.