A 27” display with edge-to-edge glass covers nearly the entire front of the enclosure. When all you see is the display, nothing gets between you and what’s onscreen. While you’ll find a collection of ports on the back of iMac, you won’t find much else. A seamless, precision-forged enclosure makes the back one continuous aluminum surface. And there’s only one cord: the power cord.
The Apple iMac MC814LL/A is an all-in-one that is as powerful as it is beautiful. It features nearly twice the processing speed, advanced graphics, ultrafast Thunderbolt I/O and FaceTime HD. You don’t usually find something this fast and sleek on a desk.
Pros: I don't play games and was tired of the constant issues of poorly running PC's. I only have two more PC's to sell off and I will be an Apple only man for life. I have an I-pad, macbook Pro, and now the I-mac. My wife had a little trouble at first getting used to the Apple's, because they were too easy to use.
Cons: Needs the touchpad, the Apple mouse is cool but slow compared to the touchpad and it's cheap enough.
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Pros: Beautiful backlit LED monitor that is the best I have ever seen. Solid aluminum construction. Great I/O options for external storage and other things. Bootcamp capable for running Windows. Super fast. Best and most stable operating system. Cannot get windows viruses.
Cons: Not upgradable for internal storage, CPU, or GPU
Other Thoughts: If your looking for an all-in-one this is your best option. Other All-in-ones have the same limitations yet are not built as well nor do they allow running OSX natively. The iMac is the best of both worlds. This is a great desktop solution.
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Pros: Works well and has ease of use
Cons: well, it's a Mac. the specs seem great but it's limited IMO and doesn't run as well as if you built a PC with those specs.
Other Thoughts: My grandfather got this because he has been a long time Mac guy and he had an old powermac. works well but doesn't run any games well( again, it's a Mac) . I would just buy a PC if you Are looking for the power and it costs only about ~$500-600
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