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Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver

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Bullet Points Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver
Each of several items in a list, preceded by a bullet symbol for emphasis. For easy access to this data, refer to the "BulletPoints" tag in XML or JSON.
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  • - All-in-One PC Silver
  • - Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 3 GHz
  • - 54.6 cm (21.5") 4K Ultra HD 4096 x 2304 IPS
  • - 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2400 MHz
  • - 512 GB SSD Card reader integrated
  • - AMD Radeon Pro 555 2 GB Intel® HD Graphics 630
  • - Ethernet LAN 10,100,1000 Mbit/s Bluetooth 4.2
  • - macOS Sierra 10.12
Long product name Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver :
The long product name of Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver. For easy access to this data, refer to the "ProductDescription" block and the "ShortDesc" tag in XML or the "Description" block and the "LongProductName" tag in JSON.

21.5" Retina 4K 4096 x 2304 IPS, Intel Core i5 3GHz, 8GB DDR4 2400MHz, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon Pro 555 2GB, Gigabit LAN, WLAN, Bluetooth, FaceTime HD, macOS Sierra
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Short summary description Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver:
This short summary of the Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Apple iMac , 54.6 cm (21.5"), 4K Ultra HD, Intel® Core™ i5, 8 GB, 512 GB, macOS Sierra 10.12

Long summary description Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Apple iMac . Product type: All-in-One PC. Display diagonal: 54.6 cm (21.5"), HD type: 4K Ultra HD, Display resolution: 4096 x 2304 pixels, Screen shape: Flat. Processor family: Intel® Core™ i5, Processor frequency: 3 GHz. Internal memory: 8 GB, Internal memory type: DDR4-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 512 GB, Storage media: SSD. Discrete graphics card model: AMD Radeon Pro 555. Built-in camera. Operating system installed: macOS Sierra 10.12. Product colour: Silver

The vision is brighter than ever.
The vision is brighter than ever.

A desktop experience that draws you in and keeps you there. This is the idea behind today’s iMac. And now that idea is more powerful than ever. The new iMac is packed with all-new processors, the latest graphics technologies, innovative storage, and higher-bandwidth connectivity. And it all comes to life on the brightest and most colorful Retina display iMac has ever seen. So you get an even more immersive experience — and a scintillating new way to take it all in.

Think fast. We did.
Think fast. We did.

Performance boosts across the board.
Faster and more powerful than ever, iMac is now equipped with seventh-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and the latest high-performance graphics. Storage kicks into high gear as well, with the speedy and spacious Fusion Drive now available in standard configurations of both the 27-inch and 21.5-inch Retina models. So you can do everything you love to do on iMac. All at maximum velocity.

Graphics that render you speechless.
Graphics that render you speechless.

iMac features powerful new Radeon Pro 500 series graphics that make a spectacle of everything you see. The 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display is loaded with up to 8GB of dedicated VRAM. And the 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display ignites with up to 4GB. Both deliver visual effects and 3D graphics that exhibit raw power in its most polished form. On top of that, you get advanced video editing capabilities. Now you can edit multicam projects in Final Cut Pro X with up to five streams of full-resolution 4K video.

Retina at its most brilliant.
Retina at its most brilliant.

Brighter than ever. More colors than ever.
The Retina display shines even more vividly on the new iMac. With one billion colors and 500 nits of brightness, graphics leap off the screen in a whole new light. And the pixel density is so high that you won’t detect a single one. Text is so clear and sharp, your email and documents will look smarter than ever. It’s simply the best Mac Retina display yet.

The color you shoot is the color you see.
The color you shoot is the color you see.

The world is full of spectacular colors, and iMac brings more of them to your screen. The Retina display uses P3 color that shifts away from standard white LEDs to advanced red-green phosphor LEDs. So all three colors — red, green, and blue — are more equally represented and show off real-world color with more balance and precision.

Thunderbolt 3. Make some powerful new connections.
Thunderbolt 3. Make some powerful new connections.

Double the speed and bandwidth of the previous generation.
Two Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports come standard on all iMac models, each delivering up to 40Gb/s data transfer for external drives and cameras and twice the bandwidth for video and display connectivity. Four USB 3 ports give you plenty of options for connecting peripherals, including your printer, iPhone, thumb drive, and more. And with ultrafast three-stream Wi?Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 wireless technology, you’re instantly connected to all your favorite content.

Turn your workspace into a showcase.
Turn your workspace into a showcase.

Thunderbolt 3 lets you add one 5K display to the amazing one already on your iMac. Or, as another option, you can connect two 4K displays and put over 32 million pixels into play.

A lot can happen in 5 millimeters.
A lot can happen in 5 millimeters.

Iconic design. Advanced engineering. Talk about modern art.
iMac has always been the ultimate in form and function: An all-in-one computer that puts everything — display, processor, graphics, storage, memory, and more — inside one simple, stylish enclosure. The new iMac includes the most advanced, most brilliant desktop display we’ve ever built, and it’s filled with all-new technologies that take power and performance to a whole new level. Yet it’s still just 5 mm thin at its edge.

It’s why there’s nothing else like a Mac.
It’s why there’s nothing else like a Mac.

macOS is the operating system that powers everything you do on a Mac. macOS Sierra introduces Siri to Mac — along with more ways to enjoy your photos, shop securely online, and work seamlessly between devices.

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Reviews
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2019-11-17 23:54:03
Uk has collected 20 expert reviews for Apple iMac Intel® Core™ i5 i5-7400 54.6 cm (21.5") 4096 x 2304 pixels All-in-One PC 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM 512 GB SSD AMD Radeon Pro 555 macOS Sierra 10.12 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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Source Review comments Score
trustedreviews.com
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
The 4K 21.5-inch 2017 iMac is a refresh of Apple's iconic all-in-one. It comes stacked with the latest processor and graphics options, alongside the same butter-smooth Apple experience you've come to expect. If you're after a powerful and good-looking al...
Good Stunning screen, Powerful processor, Near-silent running, Good graphics performance, Excellent peripherals...
Bad Needs an SSD, Measly 8GB of RAM...
Bottom line 21.5-inch iMac – Performance The 21.5-inch iMac is available with two different processor choices. The Full HD model gets dual-core Intel Kaby Lake processors that are more typically found in laptops, while the 4K model ships with full-fat, quad-core desk...
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stuff.tv/my/
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
Reckon you're pretty good at Spot the Difference? Try all you like - you'll need full-on X-ray vision to see what's changed between last year's 21.5in 4K iMac and this all-new model.That's because underneath the familiar, ultra-minimal silver shell, Apple...
Good Fantastic display combines resolution and colour refinement, Dedicated graphics a welcome step up from last year, Baby Lake CPUs bring the power...
Bad No Target Display mode to use that stunning screen with other kit, Screen only has tilt, I guess...
Bottom line It's an iMac. Only better. That's about all you need to know.Our favourite all-in-one computer from last year has been given some welcome improvements, especially to graphics and display, and the price hasn't changed. So it's pretty much a shoe-in for thi...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2019-11-17 23:54:02
Reckon you're pretty good at Spot the Difference? Try all you like - you'll need full-on X-ray vision to see what's changed between last year's 21.5in 4K iMac and this all-new model.That's because underneath the familiar, ultra-minimal silver shell, Apple...
Good Fantastic display combines resolution and colour refinement, Dedicated graphics a welcome step up from last year, Baby Lake CPUs bring the power...
Bad No Target Display mode to use that stunning screen with other kit, Screen only has tilt, I guess...
Bottom line It's an iMac. Only better. That's about all you need to know. Our favourite all-in-one computer from last year has been given some welcome improvements, especially to graphics and display, and the price hasn't changed. So it's pretty much a shoe-in for t...
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itpro.co.uk
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
Sign up for our daily newsletter 4K screens of varying quality have been slowly making their way into laptops, but they've been surprisingly absent from all-in-one desktop computers. The new 21.5in Apple iMac is the first that we know of to come with a 4...
Good High resolution, high quality screen, Quiet, Easy tilt and swivel stand...
Bad Not easily upgradeable or serviceable, No SSD or hybrid drive as standard...
Bottom line The 4K screen looks superb, although one too many compromises have been made for the sake of the slender casing...
80%
macworld.co.uk
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
The 21-inch iMac was last updated in October 2015 and, to be frank, that update was a little disappointing because, despite the fact that this was the first generation of 21-inch iMac to offer a 4K Retina display, the processor in that model was a Broadwe...
Bottom line We think Apple has been listening to what people want and the new 21-inch iMac will answer a lot of people's prayers. Sure we'd like the price of the entry-level model to be less, but even if it was we'd still be recommending that Apple's customers should...
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digitalspy.com
Updated:
2019-11-17 23:54:02
Revealed alongside the updated iPad Pro during this year's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, the new iMac all-in-one desktops are a thoroughly refreshed hardware option, headlined by a 21.5-inch 4K display option, or the rather humongous 27-inch 5K s...
90%
computerworld.com
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
Apple introduced new iMacs at WWDC 2017. I've taken a look at the 21.5-inch, 3.4GHz model with a 4K Retina display. This model carries a 1TB Fusion drive and uses a Radeon Pro 560 with 4GB video memory. I'll try to avoid repeating too many of the widely...
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macworld.com
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
It's been nearly two years since Apple updated the iMac, which may not seem like such a big deal, especially for a desktop computer. So, understandably, if you bought an iMac in the past three or four years, maybe you aren't looking for a new computer rig...
Good Elegant allinone design, Improved brightness of screen, RAM is now upgradable after initial purchase (service required), Good speed boost over older iMacs, Potential video boost with macOS High Sierra...
Bad Unimpressive performance boost over comparable 2015 model...
Bottom line It would've been nice to see a bigger speed increase over its predecessor, but the $1,499 21.5-inch iMac 3.4GHz Core i5 is still a great computer, and its boost over older iMacs is much more impressive. Also, the Kaby Lake iMacs could benefit from mac...
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pcmag.com
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
With only minor updates to the iMac's design and components since 2012, Windows all-in-one desktops (AIOs) like the Microsoft Surface Studio have set their targets squarely on Apple's AIO, but most of those comparable models have larger screens and are pr...
Good Bright DCI-P3 4K screen, Can drive 4K or 5K external displays, Discrete graphics, Hybrid SSD/HDD Fusion Drive, USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports, Wireless keyboard and mouse included...
Bad Shallow keyboard, Ports and SD card slot are on back panel, Lacks HDMI-in and DisplayPort-in connectors...
Bottom line Design unchanged, the latest 21.5-inch Apple iMac with 4K Retina display packs an updated CPU, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, VR-ready graphics, and a brighter display. Despite these minor updates, it's the midrange all-in-one to beat...
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appleinsider.com
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
Apple has radically overhauled its iMac lineup for 2017, giving its 21.5 inch Retina 4K models dedicated graphics driven by AMD Radeon Pro 555/560 GPUs; a brighter display with enhanced P3 color; more powerful Intel Kaby Lake CPUs; upgradable RAM sockets...
Bottom line The latest Kaby Lake iMacs deliver strong refinements to Apple's most popular desktop Mac line. Later this year, Apple will introduce at even higher end iMac Pro that goes even further, albeit at a premium price, starting at $5000. The 4K Mac models deli...
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macrumors.com
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2019-11-17 23:54:02
At the WWDC keynote on Monday, Apple announced a collection of hardware refreshes for the MacBook, MacBook Pro, and iMac, which users are already able to order on Apple.com. Across the line of Macs, Apple added faster Kaby Lake processors, faster SSD o...
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