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Apple iMac 27" Intel® Core™ i5 68.6 cm (27") 2560 x 1440 pixels 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon HD 6770M Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Silver

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Bullet Points Apple iMac 27" Intel® Core™ i5 68.6 cm (27") 2560 x 1440 pixels 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon HD 6770M Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Silver
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  • - Intel® Core™ i5 2.7 GHz
  • - 68.6 cm (27") Quad HD 2560 x 1440 Gloss
  • - 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1333 MHz 2 x 2 GB
  • - 1 TB HDD DVD Super Multi DL Card reader integrated
  • - AMD Radeon HD 6770M 512 GB
  • - Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Ethernet LAN 10,100,1000 Mbit/s Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • - Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Long product name Apple iMac 27" Intel® Core™ i5 68.6 cm (27") 2560 x 1440 pixels 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon HD 6770M Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Silver :
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iMac 27" - 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5, 27" TFT 2560 x 1440, 4GB 1333MHz DDR3, 1TB Serial-ATA HDD 7200rpm, AMD Radeon HD 6770M 512MB GDDR5, DVD Super Multi DL, Gigabit Ethernet, WLAN 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, FaceTime HD camera, Mac OS X Snow Leopard
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Short summary description Apple iMac 27" Intel® Core™ i5 68.6 cm (27") 2560 x 1440 pixels 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon HD 6770M Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Silver:
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Apple iMac 27", 68.6 cm (27"), Quad HD, Intel® Core™ i5, 4 GB, 1 TB, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

Long summary description Apple iMac 27" Intel® Core™ i5 68.6 cm (27") 2560 x 1440 pixels 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon HD 6770M Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Silver:
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Apple iMac 27". Display diagonal: 68.6 cm (27"), HD type: Quad HD, Display resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels. Processor family: Intel® Core™ i5, Processor frequency: 2.7 GHz. Internal memory: 4 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 1 TB, Storage media: HDD. Discrete graphics card model: AMD Radeon HD 6770M. Built-in camera. Optical drive type: DVD Super Multi DL. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Product colour: Silver

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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Uk has collected 80 expert reviews for Apple iMac 27" Intel® Core™ i5 68.6 cm (27") 2560 x 1440 pixels 4 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon HD 6770M Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Silver and the average expert rating is 84 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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pcworld.co.nz
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Apple's iMac features brilliantly understated design – a near-seamless aluminium body wrapped around a gloriously bright 27-inch display. That display is an ultra-high resolution 2560 x 1440 pixels, providing 78% more screen real-estate than the more c...
Bottom line the 27-inch iMac is a powerful all-in-one that could easily replace a consumer-level desktop PC. It's a strong workhorse and a capable gaming machine, all in one very slender and attractive package.Join the PC World New Zealand newsletter!-->JoinError...
80%
apcmag.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
It’s partly due to the iMac’s popularity and the resulting massive scale of production that Apple can craft an all-in-one which isn’t just a step ahead of the rest – it’s a whole world apart.Let’s start with the stunning 27in 2,560 x 1,440...
90%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
We huge fans of Apple design and there is no getting away from the fact that the Apple iMAC 27” is one of the best looking All-In-One desktop PCs on the market today. The aluminium body and smooth lines make it a dream to use as well as simply look at...
Good It's not only the size of the screen of the Apple iMAC 27” that is beautiful, it is also the clarity. The resolution is higher than on a standard Full HD screen, so you're looking at something that is pretty special. This means that whether you're watching a movie or editing a photo you've taken, you'll find the truest colour and tone possible, making the iMAC a pleasure to use. When it comes to...
Bad The Apple iMAC 27”comes with just 4GB of RAM and is powered by the older Intel Core i5 processor. What this means is that this isn't the desktop you want if labour intensive apps are the way you'll be using your desktop PC. When we put the Apple iMAC 27” through its paces we found that the Intel Core i5 couldn't really handle the same amount of multi-tasking as we've seen on faster Core i7 proces...
Bottom line The screen of the Apple iMAC 27” is amazing and more than lives up to expectations, but when it comes to performance this is much more a pedestrian affair than we were expecting. Apple iMAC 27” is tagged with Apple, iMAC 27”, full HD, all-in-one and de...
60%
channelnews.com.au
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Apple pioneered the 27 inch all-in-one market and for almost two years sold the device unopposed. It?s only recently Windows manufacturers have wisened up, with Samsung, HP and Asus offering 27? Windows renditions that could very well eat into Apple?s...
Good Unparalleled design; High resolution screen; great peripherals;...
Bad No HDMI; No Blu-ray; Limp gaming ecosystem;...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Apple’s 27in iMac stands apart from all other all-in-ones. Peerless design and unbeaten build quality are matched with bleeding-edge technologies such as ThunderBolt interface connections and multi-touch mice control. Its massive 27in panel may be matc...
Bottom line The iMac remains an incredible piece of technology, combining superb build quality with excellent performance – and of course that unrivalled Apple design aesthetic. Install Windows on it and you’ll get good gaming performance too. Not the choice if yo...
90%
practicalphotography.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Switch it on and it boots up in a mere 24secs before it’s fully functional and ready for use. Turning it off is equally impressive, with a shutdown time of just 5secs. Applications also open promptly...
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gadgetguy.com.au
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Apple’s latest refresh of the iMac range has brought with it some welcome changes, including Intel’s Sandy Bridge processor technology and the new Thunderbolt port. These additions are provided for a few hundred less than the previous iMac generation...
Good Very fast; Beautiful screen; Better built-in webcam than past models...
Bad Still no options for Blu-ray, USB 3.0, or eSATA...
Bottom line Apple’s operating system shines on this new 27 inch hardware and, as far as computers go, we reckon the new iMac is brilliant. This latest update provides enough technology to make the iMac a stable workhorse for at least two years, and in a world whe...
90%
theregister.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
For those of you who revel in Mac versus Windows shouting matches, click the Comments link now. You’ve already made up your minds, so feel free to dive into the debate without reading the review. That’s what you normally do, anyway. Widescreen viewing:...
Bottom line The new 27in iMac might be great fun but is it really worth £1,600+? That kind of money could buy you a damn hot 3D games machine, a pretty decent workstation, a touchscreen marvel… or even a mid-range MacBook Pro. But factor in the beautiful screen...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Apple's iMac range sets the standard by which every other all-in-one computer is judged, with impeccably-styled aluminium chassis and massive integrated displays. This 27in widescreen is the same as the iMac's previous incarnation, with a massive 2,560...
Good Stunning 5K display, Performance...
Bad Price...
Bottom line Apple's newest iMac is an outstanding all-in-one, but its high price and limited performance improvement mean it's not worth upgrading from a recent model...
80%
itpro.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
We became quite fond of the 27in iMac and it's easy to see why, from its sleek design, quiet operation, and its huge, high quality, high resolution screen. Apart from the increased performance, the main difference between this model and its immediate p...
83%
techradar.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Although the form factor is unchanged, the 2011 Apple iMac refresh represents a significant step forwards for the popular all-in-one computer. Again consisting of two 21.5-inch models and two with 27-inch screens, the entire lineup has switched to Inte...
Good Powerful Hyper Threading CPU, Great new AMD graphics, Excellent 27-inch screen, Twin Thunderbolt ports, Most powerful iMac ever...
Bad Same old optical drive, No antiglare screen option, Additional memory very expensive, Currently few Thunderbolt peripherals available, Cheaper iMac might prove good enough...
70%
pocket-lint.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The new Apple iMac (May 2011) starts off in a strong position. It builds on an already powerful all-in-one, in an already gorgeous design, so doesn’t hold too many surprises in store. The changes are internal, aside from the addition of the Thunderbol...
Good Design, powerful internal options, display, build quality...
Bad No Blu-ray option, Thunderbolt currently lacks devices...
Bottom line The iMac hangs on to its position as a powerful and highly desirable all-in-one that will suit almost all needs, but could offer wider compatibility...
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Zdnet.com.au
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
With a fast new second-generation Core i5 CPU, a high-end 3D card and support for promising Thunderbolt high-bandwidth peripheral connection ports, the new highest-end iMac has plenty to offer media professionals and enthusiasts in terms of perfor...
Good The best performance, design and largest display among current allinones, Exciting potential from the Thunderbolt ports...
Bad No HDMI inputs, Hardware options more expensive than Windowsbased competition...
Bottom line We recommend Apple's new 27-inch iMac to digital media editors and others with serious performance needs on the strength of its impressive speed, its connected device potential and its market-leading 27-inch display.
80%
alphr.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The launch of the new Apple MacBook Pro range a few months ago may have spoiled the surprise for the rest of Apple's updates, but there's no doubt most of us at PC Pro were far more excited to see Sandy Bridge make its way into Apple's beautiful 27in iMac...
Bottom line A few flaws remain, but Sandy Bridge and a superb screen put it way ahead of every other all-in-one PC we've seen...
83%
electricpig.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The new Apple iMac is here, and while the 2011 line doesn’t exactly contain any surprises – second-gen Core chips and Intel ThunderBolt, obviously – that doesn’t mean it’s anything less than sensational. Read on and get our thoughts in our full new...
Good Astounding performance...
Bad Screen glare on an immovable desktop can be a real issue...
Bottom line With Intel’s latest workhorses inside, Apple’s desktop has moved from being the best all-in-one for consumers and pros alike to being the best desktop machine full stop. While ThunderBolt made the new MacBook Pros a worthwhile upgrade for serious on th...
100%
v3.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The iPad and iPhone may have been making all the headlines in recent months, but Apple's Mac computers are also going strong and have racked up almost a 30 per cent increase in sales in the past year. To keep up that momentum, Apple recently overhauled...
Good Strong performance, innovative Thunderbolt I/O, HD webcam, high-quality 27in IPS screen...
Bad Expensive, no internal expansion slots...
Bottom line The iMac's sleek design is still in a class of its own, and the performance of these new i5-based models is undeniably impressive. We're just not sure whether it's meant to be a home computer or a graphics workstation for professional users...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
A fast new Intel CPU and an AMD GPU provide Apple's new 27in. iMac with competitive performance for its price, while the advent of Thunderbolt offers the iMac the potential for exciting peripheral devices later this year. Apple seems less concerned wit...
Good Best performance among current allinone systems, Large display, Excellent design, Exciting potential from Thunderbolt ports...
Bad No builtin HDMI inputs for easy media component integration, Custom hardware options for the iMac remain more expensive than those for its Windowsbased competition...
80%
techgeek.com.au
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The 27″ iMac is a great addition to the Apple range of iMacs. Even though introduced in October of 2009, it hasn't been a hugely advertised product. The original version starting off with a simple Core 2 Duo chip, you can now pickup a Quad Core monster po...
Good Core i5, Lots of screen space, Gigabit Ethernet...
Bad No 5.1 sound, No BluRay, Small amount of ports...
85%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-22 08:21:30
The latest iMac models introduced by Apple this month benefit greatly from new Intel processors and greater device connectivity. Both changes offer users unprecedented speed from the iMac lineup. Apple offers four standard configuration models. The new...
80%
smarthouse.com.au
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2014-08-20 05:44:12
The new iMac is full of visual allure derived from its metal-and-glass unibody chassis. Like all modern Apple products, it promotes an understated design that continues to look good despite its age, evoking quality craftsmanship through premium materia...
Good Unparalleled design; High resolution screen; great peripherals;...
Bad No HDMI; No Bluray; Limp gaming ecosystem;...
90%
digitalversus.com
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
This week we're going right up to the top end of Apple's all-in-one range. Brace yourselves and hold on to your wallets! After the iMac 21.5 inch 2011 test...
Good Wellcalibrated screen, Highend design and finish, Not many cables, Good general performances, Very quiet...
Bad Limited, inaccessible connectivity, No Bluray player, Terrible mouse, Adapter required to connect nonApple monitors...
Bottom line The iMac 27 inch has been built with high performance components (even more so than the 21.5 inch) and a very good quality screen, webcam, chassis and audio. Like the 21.5 inch however, it lacks a greater selection of everyday connections, Blu-ray compati...
80%
computeractive.co.uk
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
The iMac is a beautiful piece of technology.For all the noise about the iPad, this is Apple's best-ever product. It has been making these all-in-one desktop computers since 1998 and though the current design dates from 2006 its new version has more pow...
Good Great screen; very powerful; looks fantastic and is well designed...
Bad No Bluray; the processor upgrade makes it too expensive...
Bottom line A superb large-screen computer, though the increase in power isn't quite worth the extra cost above cheaper versions...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
The Apple iMac has received some power and performance upgrades since its last model in mid-2010. It’s now got a second generation Intel Core i5 quad-core processor, some beefy graphics power and customisable options for plenty of memory and hard driv...
Good Sandy Bridge means big performance increases from last year's Macs, You can now order a Magic Trackpad for free...
Bad Only incremental upgrades since the last iMac model, There's still no Thunderbolt gear...
Bottom line Apple's new iMac is more powerful than the old model. That's about it -- nothing magical or revolutionary has been added to the all-in-one Mac desktop. That's not necessarily a bad thing, since we think it's one of the best all-in-one PCs on the market to...
80%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
Running changes to the Apple iMac bring it right up to date in its components, putting it a step ahead of the mainstream Windows competition in more respects than the usual Mac touchstones of comfort, security, style and ease of use. Apple was the firs...
Bottom line No other PC we’ve reviewed has offered the screen quality, hardware/software integration and cool, quiet operation of the Apple iMac. The processor and graphics upgrade now brings the line up to and beyond state-of-the-art in Windows PC terms. If it ha...
90%
T3.com
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
This is the most powerful iMac in Apple’s mid-2011 refresh, augmented by the 3.4GHz Intel Core i7 processor that’s available as a custom option when you order from the Apple online store. Like all the new range, the switch to cutting-edge Sandy Brid...
Good Powerful Hyper Threading CPU, Great new AMD graphics, Beautiful 27-inch screen, Twin Thunderbolt ports...
Bad Expensive, Cheaper model might be enough...
80%
digitalartsonline.co.uk
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
Aside from lacking a couple of inches of aluminum at the bottom, Apple’s 27-inch Cinema Display looks nearly identical to the 27-inch iMac. It has built-in speakers, an iSight camera and a microphone too, just like the iMac. The resemblance doesn’t end t...
Good Can charge up Mac portables; builtin speakers and camera...
Bad Maconly; limited adjustability (no height adjustmen, for example); glossy screen is prone to glare...
70%
macworld.co.uk
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2014-08-21 07:15:06
The latest iMac models introduced by Apple benefit greatly from new Intel processors and greater device connectivity. Both changes offer users unprecedented speed from the iMac lineup. See: New iMac 2012 reviews 27-inch and 21.5-inch reviewsApple offers f...
Bottom line The 2011 iMacs bring the product line up to date with the latest Intel's processors and with FaceTime HD cameras, and the inclusion of Thunderbolt and SATA-3 compatible drive connections makes them ready for the next generation of storage devices. The £99...
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computerworld.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Remember the old ad campaign for Miller Lite? "Tastes great, less filling." The latest update to Apple's iMac line, which rolled out in May, in a way reminds me of that. Apple left unchanged the minimalist aluminum-and-glass design while switching to I...
Bottom line and recommendations If I were to recommend any changes to the configuration out of the box, it wouldn't be RAM or processor upgrades -- although both are useful if you need the extra horsepower. What I would recommend is swapping out the Magic Mouse f...
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maclife.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Brand-new iMacs always provoke the same response -- awe mixed with more than a little bit of gadget lust -- and the latest installment of Apple’s flagship desktop is no exception. On the outside, the 2011 iMacs look exactly the same as their predecess...
Good Gorgeous 16:9 screen. Two Thunderbolt ports. FaceTime HD camera. Two empty RAM slots.
Bad No Thunderbolt devices yet. Video input only works from other Thunderbolt devices. We’re still waiting for a matte screen option.
Bottom line The new Core i5 iMac represents a significant performance boost over the last generation of machines. Especially for graphics and video use, the performance gains are significant -- not to mention the killer I/O speeds of Thunderbolt. But of course...
90%
anandtech.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Prelude: Two Months with a MacBook Pro A year ago I tried the notebook as a desktop experiment. The first Arrandale MacBook Pros hit the market and I thought, why not give two cores and four threads a try. I gave it a try for less than a day before h...
Bottom line The new 27-inch iMac repeats all of the things I liked about the new MacBook Pro. It's stylish and as always Apple was pretty smart about most of its component choices. Thanks to Intel's quad-core Sandy Bridge CPUs, the system is very fast. In fact, as ma...
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gearlive.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The Apple iMac 27-inch (Thunderbolt) ($1,999 list) is the newest top-of-the-line iMac, and it adds second-generation Intel Core i processors (aka, Sandy Bridge) to Apple's class-leading all in one Mac desktops, along with Thunderbolt ports first seen...
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engadget.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The heaviest of heavyweights in the all-in-one field has seen another update, another batch of new internals to liven up the aging (but still classy) chassis. Apple unveiled its latest iMac refresh last week, surprising nobody with a new selection of AMD...
Good Excellent designPlenty of performanceThunderbolt capability...
Bad ExpensiveSD slot still close to optical driveStill no Blu-ray option...
Bottom line So could a pro-level user, someone who spends their days in Photoshop or Premiere or even REDCINE be happy here? Yes, surprisingly, they could -- especially with the addition of an internal SSD (a $500 option for 256GB) and a high-speed external storage a...
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theverge.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
At first glance, it's almost impossible to tell the new iMacs apart from their predecessors -- Apple's been using this case since October 2009, and it hasn't made any major external changes in this iteration. However, if you look closely, you'll notice th...
Good Excellent display, Solid performance, Competitive pricing...
Bad No Blu-ray drive, Ultra-glossy display, Thunderbolt not yet useful...
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etechreviews.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
An already excellent all-in-one computer has been improved upon. Apple has some options from this computer if you want better performance. The RAM can be upgraded up to 16 GB and there is larger platter hard drive options too. You can also put in a sol...
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techreviewsource.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
4.00 The Apple iMac 27-inch (Thunderbolt) ($1,999 list) is the newest top-of-the-line iMac, and it adds second-generation Intel Core i processors (aka, Sandy Bridge) to Apple's class-leading all in one Mac , along with first seen on the new MacBo...
Good Huge 27inch display. 2,560by1,440 (larger than 1080p HD) screen resolution. Highend discrete 3D graphics. Two Thunderbolt ports. Supports two external displays. 802.11a/b/g/n 5GHz WiFi. Wireless keyboard and mouse. No cost optional Magic Trackpad. No b...
Bad Only Thunderbolt input for display (No HDMI in, no mini DisplayPort in). No Bluray. Could use a matte screen. Pricier than other highend allinone desktops.
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pcmag.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
The Apple iMac 27-inch (Thunderbolt) ($1,999 list) is the newest top-of-the-line iMac, and it adds second-generation Intel Core i processors (aka, Sandy Bridge) to Apple's class-leading all in one Mac desktops, along with Thunderbolt ports first seen o...
Good Huge 27-inch display. 2,560-by-1,440 (larger than 1080p HD) screen resolution. High-end discrete 3D graphics. Two Thunderbolt ports. Supports two external displays. 802.11a/b/g/n 5GHz Wi-Fi. Wireless keyboard and mouse. No cost optional Magic Trackpad. No bloatware. Includes iLife suite and FaceTime HD. New ambient light sensor. Color calibrated display.
Bad Only Thunderbolt input for display (No HDMI in, no mini DisplayPort in). No Blu-ray. Could use a matte screen. Pricier than other high-end all-in-one desktops.
Bottom line It's pricey, has a huge screen, and is as powerful as an Asgardian thunder god. If you need a graphics PC for your business, the new Apple iMac 27-inch (Thunderbolt) will rival the huge tower workstations currently available. For the rest of us who do...
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computershopper.com
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2014-04-18 01:59:51
Sometimes size really does matter. We lauded the latest version of Apple's 21.5-inch iMac for its improved performance and excellent screen. But after setting up its 27-inch sibling in our labs and spending some quality time mousing around, it...
Good Excellent performance, Beautiful design, Best-in-class LCD...
Bad No Blu-ray drive or HDMI port, Peripherals will require learning curve for Mac newbies...
Bottom line With super-charged components and a best-in-class screen, this top-of-the line iMac provides an excellent platform for digital-graphics-focused users...
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g4tv.com
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2014-08-20 05:44:12
Video Review: The 27-inch iMac is both sleek and stylish with its aluminum design, quad-core processors, FaceTime HD camera and more. Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey review the features in this all-in-one desktop from Apple, like the LED-backlit displ...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
Apple's update of the iMac range brought about some interesting additions, including the Thunderbolt connection and Facetime camera. The most important facets to concentrate on, however, are the improvements to the performance of the iMac. On the model...
Good Fantastically powerful, looks great, Thunderbolt has potential...
Bad Very expensive, few Thunderbolt devices...
Bottom line Such is the performance of the iMac that even those spending the extra would be impressed. The future appearance of Thunderbolt devices means, at the current time, more potential is yet to be realized but if prior models are any evidence the likelihoo...
89%
toptenreviews.com
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2014-08-20 05:44:13
When thinking about what makes a great home computer, versatility and user friendliness have to be right at the top of the list of requirements. The Apple iMac may just well be the ultimate in both of those categories. Apple, quite rightly, is credited...
Good The Full HD LED backlit screen makes the display stunning with crisp and bright images...
Bad It can be a difficult process to upgrade this home computer.
Bottom line If you are willing to pay the price, the Apple iMac will not disappoint with all the features and options available...
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