|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440 pixels|
|Processor||3.2 GHz Intel Core i3|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||1 TB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||ATI Radeon HD 5670|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||512 MB|
Apple iMac MC510LL/A 27-Inch Desktop (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Intel Core i3 Processor 3.2GHz
- 4GB SDRAM RAM
- 1TB Hard Drive
- 27-Inch Screen, ATI Radeon HD 5670
- Mac OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks
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The only negative I can think of at all is that my financial software, Quicken, is not available in a comparable version for the Mac - there is a version of Quicken for the Mac, but it doesn't have the features that I need that the Windows version has. The other negative is that iWork doesn't substitute for Microsoft Office -- I can't create spreadsheets in it and have them open up in Excel, so if you really have to use Microsoft Office, you will need to buy the Mac version of it instead of trying to move between Office and iWork.
Small things though, and it is worth working around them.
Now then, on with the show. Many reviewers of the previous release of the 27" Aluminum iMac have already discussed the essential hardware and software features. So, rather than repeating stuff that has already been said, I am going to focus this review on my experience of upgrading from a G4 igloo iMac that was running System 10.5.8 .
*I used a Firewire 400 to Firewire 800 cable to move the contents of my old computer to the new machine with Migration Assistant.
*The process was virtually seamless, with only a few minor adjustments necessary to the transferred data. Only four applications required reinstallation: ClamXav, iTunes (due to the Soundflower plugin--in any case, no music was lost or damaged), Microsoft Expression Media 2, and a Juniper Networks remote access program (part of a corporate telecommuting package).
*Rules for Little Snitch, a third party utility, need to be reestablished.
*Customized preferences for Spotlight must be reentered.
*iMacs now come with a wireless mouse as standard equipment.Read more ›
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