Great high resolution.
IPS panel screen.
Spacesaving, all aluminum design.
Premium look and feel.
Speed improvement over older 27inch iMac.
Wireless keyboard and mouse.
QuadCore processor options available.
Bidirectional Mini DisplayPort offers video in capabilities.
SSD options let you have two drives installed.
4 SODIMM slots for a total of 16 GB of RAM.
Aluminum body heats up.
Graphics could've been better.
Rear headphone socket.
Glossy screen reflections.
Still no Bluray options.
Hard drive and SSD are not user serviceable parts.
No matte finish display options.
By 5FWD on January 28, 2011
It’s hard to argue against the iMac when it comes to desktop PCs. Nothing quite measures up to its great looks and the peerless OS X Snow Leopard, which makes everything so easy to handle. You’ll need to be prepared for your bank balance to...100
By PCWorld India on October 23, 2010
The Apple iMac 27-inch all-in-one desktop combines a slim, space saving computer and a home entertainment device very well. It has a magnificent IPS panel screen, but has a disappointing graphics card, and still continues to sell at a very premium...79
By Expert Reviews on October 15, 2010
The latest 27in iMac is a stylish, compact and quiet computer with a superb quality screen. Considering its price, we wish it had faster performance in both applications and games though....100
By Stuff.tv on September 10, 2010
A beautiful body and a stunning screen, the 27in iMac remains the best all-in-one around...100
By DigitalVersus on September 03, 2010
Without revolutionising the all-in-one concept, this iMac 27-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...80
By What Digital Camera on September 01, 2010
Apple's latest iMac is a huge, yet beautiful, behemoth of a machine - the 27in version offers an LED-backlit screen with a massive 2560x1440 resolution. That's considerably larger than Full HD and ideal for videographers and photographers alike...94
By TechRadar on August 19, 2010
£1400 might seem a horrendous amount to pay for an all-in-one computer, but this new mid-2010 iMac – the cheaper of the two 27-inch models – gives you a lot of computer for your cash. Although it has the same form factor as the 27-inch...80
By PC Pro on August 13, 2010
Powerful, beautifully designed and with a magnificent screen, so we can forgive the few niggles...83
By T3 Magazine on August 12, 2010
The mid-2010 refresh sees the iMac retain its position as the best currently-available all-in-one computer. It's expensive, but you're getting a lot of Mac for your...80
By About.com on January 01, 2010
Pros: IPS panels provide wide color gamut and color accuracy, QuadCore processor options available, Bidirectional Mini DisplayPort offers video in capabilities, SSD options let you have two drives installed, 4 SODIMM slots for a total of 16 GB of RAM.
Cons: Still no Bluray options, Hard drive and SSD are not user serviceable parts, No matte finish display options.90