Apple iMac 21.5 inch All-In-One Desktop PC (Intel Core i5 2.5GHz Quad-Core Processor, 2X2GB RAM, 500GB HDD, AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 512MB graphics) (Launched May 2011) | Apple Mac Training UK

Apple iMac 21.5 inch All-In-One Desktop PC (Intel Core i5 2.5GHz Quad-Core Processor, 2X2GB RAM, 500GB HDD, AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 512MB graphics) (Launched May 2011)

The iMac comes with a wireless keyboard and either a Magic Mouse or a Magic Trackpad, your choice, at no extra cost. With Magic Mouse, you get a mouse unlike any other. Its smooth, seamless design lets you control everything with simple gestures. But if you’re all gestures all the time, then opt for Magic Trackpad. Its touch-friendly all-glass surface gives you plenty of room to scroll, swipe, pinch, and rotate to your fingers’ content. The glass that surrounds the LED-backlit display wraps around the edge

Product Features

  • Apple iMac All-in-One PC
  • 2.5GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 processor with 6MB on-chip shared L3 cache
  • 4096MB (2x2048MB) 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM memory
  • 500GB (7200 rpm) Serial ATA Hard Disk Drive
  • 21.5-inch (viewable) 1080p LED-backlit glossy 16:9 widescreen TFT display with millions of colours

2 thoughts on “Apple iMac 21.5 inch All-In-One Desktop PC (Intel Core i5 2.5GHz Quad-Core Processor, 2X2GB RAM, 500GB HDD, AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 512MB graphics) (Launched May 2011)

  1. werdnajas@hotmail.com

    Excellent first impressions for a first time Mac user As an avid PC user for as long as I can remember I finally made the switch to Mac after having experienced the joy and elegance of iPhones and iPads.For me rather than buying a Mac purely on the Apple brand I bought this because I wanted to try my hand at creating iPhone apps and in order to do this you require a Mac.First of all, I just want to crack open the proverbial nutshell here and say that this is a great piece of kit. I have owned a Mac for about 6-8 weeks now and it is fast, reliable, versatile and very easy to use.As many others have mentioned, many of the plus points relate to its look and performance. The machine is certainly very elegant – and with only one wire required, it makes my desk far more clutter free as the mouse and keyboard are both wireless.Performance wise, it probably starts up in between 20-30 seconds. This is not too dissimilar to PCs that I have owned, but what has impressed me more is how the machine is…

  2. Mr. K. N. Henderson

    Confessions of a diehard PS User Having owned an iPad (fantastic – just get one) for about 6 months I finally succumbed to the lure of the iMac with promises of legendary usability, speed and quietness after a lifetime using various versions of Microsoft operating systems and PC/Laptops.Let’s be clear, while the iMac usability is great, it does take lots of time to adjust to the way Apple does things and things that are “second nature” have to be re-learnt. Also, I am not convinced that the usability between the very latest Windows versions and Apple are that great although undeniably the iMac (Lion) interface is excellent and certainly wins any beauty contest.Other benefits? Well it looks fantastic, boot up times are incredible and it is so quiet compared to my (admittedly old) PC. I ended up buying Office for iMac as I am just used to the way it works and Outlook migration is easier if you have archive (.pst) files.Is it worth the extra £500 compared to the “all in one” Lenovo…

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