|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440|
|Processor||3.2 GHz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||8 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||1 TB HDD 7200 rpm|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce GTX 675MX|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
Apple iMac MD096LL/A 27-Inch Desktop (OLD VERSION)
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- 3.2 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz) with 6MB L3 cache
- 1 TB (7200-rpm) hard drive, 8 GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3 memory
- 27-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2560-by-1440 resolution
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX graphics processor with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory
- Mac OS X Mountain Lion
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When my local Apple Store got the top spec version of the 27" iMac in stock, I caved in and picked it up. Many of my comments come from the point of view of someone who had what was effectively the predecessor "top of the line" model, the 2009 27" i7 equipped iMac.
The iMac that I purchased tips the scales at a hefty $2599. What do you get for this price point over the "entry" level 2012 27" iMac?
* Fusion Drive
* i7 quad core CPU with hyper threading
* Nvidia 680MX Mobile Graphics
When I pulled this new iMac out of the box, I placed it on the same L shaped desk next to its predecessor. Physically, the new machine is a dead ringer for the old one when viewed straight on. However, if it sits on a desk and can be seen at an angle, it's almost mind-boggling how skinny it looks. This is a bit of an optical illusion since it gets thicker towards the middle of the enclosure, but it is a gorgeous computer that will look right at home perched on a desk in your swanky office. The new Mac makes the old Mac look a bit chubby by comparison. One of the ways that Apple achieved this miracle of thinness was elimination of the optical drive. I have moved on to using a portable Blu-ray reader anyways, so this one doesn't bother me at all.Read more ›
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FYI: On the 27 inch iMac the ram is easily upgraded by a rear pop out access door. If you decided to add two more ram sticks make sure you get oem comparable spec ram sticks, CL 11 PC12800s ddr3 1600 sodimm. Then simply install them into the two empty slots, 1 and 3. If you replace all ram sticks be aware that slots 1/3 and 2/4 are paired slots.
Had it not been for the stability of the WinXP platform, I'm sure I would have made this transition years ago. With MS's reputation for repeatedly rolling out OS's that seem aimed only at increasing their net worth, my move from XP to the Mac OS makes more sense each day.
The single thing I have noticed in this transition process that might be considered a negative is that there is not nearly the volume of freeware and shareware for the Mac as I was accustomed to during my years as a MS Win user. Also, the general cost of software for the Mac OS is noticeable greater than comparable Windows programs. Other than that, I am convinced that I made the switch at the right time, for the right reasons.
I sat down in front of this beautiful thing and after spending 20 minues trying to find the ON button (it's on the left lower corner in the back of the screen, something they don't tell you in the documentation), I fell in love. If you have used an iPhone, an IPad or downloaded from iTunes, the iMac finds all that and loads everything for you. It found my router, my photos, my music, my movies and I didn't have to do a thing. The only thing I had to type was my name. I haven't taken the tutorials yet for the iMovie, etc., but I intend to do that.
The magic mouse takes some getting used to, but it is comfortable and easily controlled. The keyboard is tiny, by my standards, (I'm used to a giant ergo keyboard), but it is responsive and surprisingly easy to type on. The huge screen is terrific for video and photos (my main purpose for buying the iMac). I'm still tweaking font sizes, etc., but I can see most everything without my glasses. It is truly plug-and-play, unlike some other things that make those claims. The start guide is Apple's usual waste of paper, don't expect much help there. Very intuitive interface. I found the icons logial and there is lots of on screen help. I am of the pre-computer generation, and I had no trouble using the iMac (once I found out how to turn it on), so don't think you have to be a tech geek to use this. My first computer was a Cromemco! Look it up!
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