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Screen has 2,560 by 1,440 resolution.
Faster than any other all-in-one.
SSD can now be fitted alongside hard drive.
Ultra-fast bootup with SSD option.
Killer gaming performance with Radeon HD 5750.
Surprisingly ample sound.
Cool and quiet, even during gaming.
DisplayPort provides home entertainment flexibility.
SDXC card slot supports cards up to 2TB in size.
True quad-core power.
802.11a/n 5GHz support.
1TB of hard drive storage.
No Bluray drive.
No HDMI port.
Magic Trackpad costs extra.
Mouse features take getting used to.
A few add-ons aren't included that should be.
Abysmal keyboard and mouse.
No analog 5.1-channel outputs.
Card reader is SD/SDHC/SDXC only.
Requires third-party adapter for HDMI or DVI.
Low memory with only 256MB.
By Macworld on May 03, 2011
On Tuesday, Apple released an updated line of iMacs, featuring quad-core Sandy Bridge Intel processors and Thunderbolt ports. Macworld Lab has all four standard configuration models, and the results for the $1999 27-inch iMac are in. The results do...
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2010
The new quad-core version of the Apple iMac is the fastest all-in-one desktop you can buy. It even beats some tower-based desktops in performance tests, and reviewers say it is the best choice if you want an all-in-one computer for serious work or...
By Digital Arts Online on October 26, 2010
Many creatives have snubbed it in the past, favouring instead the two-chip power, larger RAM capacity and multiple drives of the Mac Pro workstation. But with the latest Xeon chips having pushed the Mac Pro’s price into the stratosphere, the iMac...
By The Inquirer on October 07, 2010
The most noticeable change is the switch to Intel's Core processor line-up across the board, with the Imacs now powered by the Core i3, i5 or i7 CPUs. All models also get discrete ATI graphics cards for improved 3D performance, while memory gets a...
By TechRadar on October 06, 2010
Apple's mid-2010 refresh of its popular iMac range offered an interesting new customisation option for the high-end, 27-inch machines. If you buy online through Apple's online store, you can opt for a 256GB solid state drive instead of –...
By T3 Magazine on September 30, 2010
This top-of-the-range iMac with a solid state drive is a joy to use, but solid state storage is too expensive to catch on to any great...
By V3.co.uk on September 23, 2010
The SSD-equipped price is not to be sniffed at, but the performance of the 27in iMac in this quad-core configuration is extremely impressive. It's also a more compact, yet just-as-capable, option as the entry-level Mac Pro, and cheaper too if you...
By Good Gear Guide on September 06, 2010
Apple's latest iMac retains an identical design to earlier iMacs but features upgraded internal components. If you've recently purchased an iMac there isn't enough to justify an upgrade, but if you're looking to purchase your first Mac...
By Computerworld on September 03, 2010
If time is money, this is a serious computer to consider -- not because of its raw processing power alone, but because of the fact that its raw processing power helps you get some of your life back. That's a concept many people seem to forget. All...
By Computer Shopper on September 01, 2010
Stellar design and performance keep the 27-inch iMac at the front of the all-in-one PC pack....
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