|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|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 755M|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
Apple iMac ME088LL/A 27-Inch Desktop (OLDEST VERSION) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 3.2 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6 GHz) with 6MB L3 Cache
- 1 TB (7200-rpm) Hard Drive, 8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3 memory; Four User-Accessible SO-DIMM Slots
- 27-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Display with IPS Technology; 2560-by-1440 Resolution
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 755M Graphics Processor with 1 GB of GDDR5 Memory
- Mac OS X Yosemite
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Brilliant widescreen display
The brilliant iMac display is 75% less reflective, thanks to full lamination of the cover glass to the display, bringing you closer to the action
The extremely precise antireflective coating allows uncompromised vibrant, accurate colors to show through
Featuring NVIDIA’s 700-series Kepler graphics with double the video memory, for up to 40% faster graphics
- 27-Inch (diagonal) LED- backlit IPS Display
- 3.2GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz)
- 8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3 RAM; four user-accessible SO-DIMM slots
- 1 TB 7200-rpm hard drive
- NVIDIA GT 755M graphics
- Apple part number: ME088LL/A
Amazing ultrathin design
iMac has a stunningly thin, gorgeous aluminum and glass design that is only 5mm thick at its edge
Packs a remarkably powerful computer into an amazingly thin enclosure
The fully integrated design takes up very little space, the stand is just 6.9” deep on the 21.5” models and 8” deep on the 27” models
Fourth-generation Intel Core i5 processors
All models feature fourth-generation dual-core or quad-core Intel Core i5 processors with Turbo Boost—delivering great performance while using less energy
Four USB 3 ports for 10 times faster performance than USB 2.0
Two Thunderbolt 2 ports (Mini DisplayPort output, support for DVI, VGA and dual-link DVI with adapters, sold separately)
10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)
SDXC Card slot
802.11ac Wi-FI; IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compatible
|21.5-inch iMac||21.5-inch iMac||21.5-inch iMac||27-inch iMac||27-inch iMac w/5K Retina Display||27-inch iMac w/5K Retina Display|
|Apple part number||MF883LL/A||ME086LL/A||ME087LL/A||ME088LL/A||MF885LL/A||MF886LL/A|
|Display||21.5-Inch (diagonal) LED- backlit IPS Display||21.5-Inch (diagonal) LED- backlit IPS Display||21.5-Inch (diagonal) LED- backlit IPS Display||27-Inch (diagonal) LED- backlit IPS Display||27-Inch w/ 5k Retina Display||27-Inch w/ 5k Retina Display|
|Processor||1.4GHz Dual Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz)||2.7GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz)||2.9GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz)||3.2GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz)||3.3GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.7GHz)||3.5GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz)|
|RAM||8GB of 1600MHZ LPDDR3 onboard||8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3||8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3||8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3; four user-accessible SO-DIMM slots||8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3; four user-accessible SO-DIMM slots||8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3; four user-accessible SO-DIMM slots|
|Storage||500 GB 5400-rpm||1 TB 5400-rpm||1 TB 5400-rpm||1 TB 5400-rpm||1 TB 7200-rpm||1 TB Fusion Drive|
|Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 5000||Intel Iris Pro Graphics||NVIDIA GT 750M||NVIDIA GT 755M||AMD Radeon R9 M290||AMD Radeon R9 M290X|
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|RAM Size||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Processor Series||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5|
|Processor Speed||3.2 GHz||3.2 GHz||1.6 GHz||2.7 GHz|
|Screen Size||27 in||27 in||27 in||21.5 in|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 755M||AMD Radeon R9 M380||—||Intel Iris Pro Graphics|
|Hard-Drive Size||1 TB||1 TB||1 TB||1,000 GB|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 25.6 x 20.3 in||7.99 x 25.59 x 20.31 in||20.3 x 25.6 x 8 in||17.7 x 20.8 x 6.9 in|
|Item Weight||21 lbs||21 lbs||21 lbs||12.5 lbs|
|Operating System||Mac OS X Yosemite||Mac OS X||Mac OS X||OSX|
The stunning all-in-one iMac features a beautiful 27-inch widescreen display. Fourth-generation quad-core Intel Core processors and superfast NVIDIA graphics make it the most powerful iMac yet. And it comes standard with 8GB memory, a 1TB hard drive, and advanced, high-speed I/O, including two Thunderbolt ports and four USB 3 ports. All in an impossibly thin enclosure that’s only 5 mm at the edge.
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Within a few days, I'd figured out most of what I care about. I bought a book but found it only marginally helpful. In the several days bewteen ordering it and the arrival, I watched tons of YouTube videos on the iMac and that's where I learned most of what I know so far. Note: FINDER is to the iMac what Windows Explorer is to a PC.
I keep all personal files on an exernal drive, the only thing on the internal drive is the OS, applications, etc. That's a holdover from my Windows days.
Music is loaded although I don't like iTunes so I downloaded WinAmp. Pictures are loaded including some old photos that I've scanned, retouched and then saved back to disc (not just in iPhoto). It has a fairly decent photo editor;basic but good for someone like me who doesn't have the patience for spending 2 hours fixing a picure. Disc formatting and partitioning is quick and easy. I downloaded SuperDuper (free) and created an image in one of the partitions of an external drive. I'm used to using things like Ghost and Acronis on Windows platforms so this SuperDuper image is comforting.
It goes to sleep and remembers how to wake up. I don't think I ever owned a Windows machine that could handle that through several sleep/wake cycles, they always seem to get confused and need a forced shutdown. I attached a watt meter to it and it uses about 40 watts when awake and about 2-3 watts when asleep. The battery in the keyboard is still at 100% but the batterry in the mouse is at about 90% after 10 days. That's understandable considering how much more the mouse is used. A wired mouse would fix that but I like not seeing wires anyplace.
It's incredibly quiet and I'm very sensitive to PC noise.
I bought MS office because it's so much easier (for me) than using what the iMac came with or things like OpenOffice. The interface is not identical to the Windows version; it's close but not identical - don't know why Miscrosoft couldn't have done a better job of that.
It comes with some parameteers set in 10.9 Mavericks that didn't make sense and I thought I was stuck with them until I figured out that they could be changed. The 2 that come to mind are (1) the vertcal scroll bar is not always visible on a web page and (2) a right click on the mouse is not active. I changed both of those things.
I was able to play with the 27 inch version at a local library and found the sceeen too big. Maybe I would have gotten used to it but the 21.5 inch version that I got seems just right.
First of all, look at the price. High quality 4K monitors can cost between $1000 and $2000 or more, just for the monitor. Apple reminds me of Spinal Tap... This one goes to 5K. 5K may not sound like much more than 4K, but the difference is actually an increase of over 67% more pixels. We're talking about a screen that can show a 14.7 Megapixel photo, without zooming. That's simply amazing.
When I first saw the Apple event where they announced this, my first thought was, if they are jamming that many pixels into this, they are going to need a super fast graphics card, because playback and editing in 4K requires 4 times more bandwidth than 1080p, much less 5K. So, I was skeptical. I went to the Apple store and they had a lot of 4K footage loaded into Final Cut Pro X. I was able to skim around, make edits and playback the 4K video as quickly as my current i7 MacBook Pro handles 1080p. What's even more amazing was the demo computer in the Apple Store was the entry level i5 model, with the stock low end graphics card.
What's even more amazing is that because of the massive number of pixels, the only other 5K monitors out there require more than one monitor cable to connect them, because today's cable standards can't even carry a picture that large through one cable. Because the monitor is built-in, they can drive the screen directly from the graphics card.
Another major benefit is that this is the first generation of iMac to use Thunderbolt 2, which doubles the speed of the previous generation. It has two such ports, and because the monitor is built-in, you won't need to use either to connect the monitor.
PLEASE NOTE: As of today, most Apple Retail stores and Amazon are only selling the ENTRY LEVEL configuration. To me, that's like going into the Chevy dealership and to buy the Camaro, but finding out that if you spend just a little bit more, they'll ship you a Corvette.
As far as I'm concerned, the price difference for upgrades is so small, that just about everyone who is in the market for this system should upgrade to the 4.0 Ghz i7 and the AMD Radeon R9 M295X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory... that configuration cranks out 3.5 Teraflops of graphics power. That's simply amazing.
In my case, I also upgraded to 512 GB Flash Storage, because speed is more important to me than storage. The stock configurations come with at Fusion Drives, which is a mixture of 128GB of flash storage with a conventional hard drive. I'm not a fan of conventional drives... I like the speed, silence and durability of solid state drives.