Conclusion: Oozing quality, and with a gorgeous design, the new iMac 27in is the best all-in-one desktop we've ever seen, with a look and feel that manufacturers will be trying to replicate for years. The machine isn’t without downsides, though, such as the lack of height adjustment, and very limited upgrade potential. The price of the iMac 27in will also give some shoppers a heart attack, it must be said (though remember the range starts from £1,499).
Pros: Stunningly thin design, Impressive low-glare display, Top-of-the-line CPU and graphics card, Offers smart new Fusion Drive
Excerpt: For those unfamiliar with the iMac concept, the setup comprises just three core components - the computer itself, a wireless keyboard and a choice of either a wireless touch sensitive mouse or trackpad. Unlike a traditional computer setup in which the monitor and tower unit are kept completely separate, the iMac combines both of these elements, encasing all of the computer's hardware components - including a set of built-in stereo speakers - into the back of the huge...
Excerpt: Where all of the Windows-based PCs max out at 1920 by 1080 pixels, the iMac offers an amazing 2560 by 1440 pixel display. It also displays a wider range of colours, and displays them more accurately. Its Super-IPS panel technology providing ultra-wide viewing angles and delivers a level of quality good enough for professional graphic artists and photographers.
Excerpt: 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.
Conclusion: Der gigantische 27 Zoll iMac stellt seinen Vorgänger ganz klar in den Schatten. Die Leistung ist ausreichend dimensioniert und bietet noch Reserven. Im Lieferumfang sind alle Gerätschaften und Kabel dabei die benötigt werden. Apples Betriebssystem Snow Leopard ist auch schon installiert. Übrigens: In unserer Redaktion sind iMac's im Einsatz.