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Apple iMac 27" 3.5GHz 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC

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ME089LL/A_Z0PG_2000129739
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Desktop PC with monitor.
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Long product name Apple iMac 27" 3.5GHz 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC :
The short editorial description of Apple iMac 27" 3.5GHz 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC

68.58 cm (27 ") , Intel Core i7 3.5 GHz, 16 GB 1600 DDR3 SDRAM, 1 TB Fusion, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M 4 GB, HD Webcam, USB 3.0, Thunderbolt, 10/100/1000BASE-T, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, 9.54 kg, OS X Mavericks, US
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Short summary description Apple iMac 27" 3.5GHz 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC:
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Apple iMac 27", 68.6 cm (27"), 2560 x 1440 pixels, Wide Quad HD, 16:9, IPS, 3.5 GHz
Long summary description Apple iMac 27" 3.5GHz 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC :

Apple 27", iMac. Display diagonal: 68.6 cm (27"), Display resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels, HD type: Wide Quad HD. Processor frequency: 3.5 GHz, Processor family: Intel Core i5, Processor boost frequency: 3.9 GHz. Internal memory: 16 GB, Maximum internal memory: 32 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 1000 GB, Storage media: Fusion Drive, Compatible memory cards: SDXC. Discrete graphics adapter model: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M, Discrete graphics adapter memory: 2048 GB, Discrete graphics memory type: GDDR5

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2014-09-18
Testseek has collected 64 expert reviews for Apple iMac 27" and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
87%
Source Review comments Score
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
You generally know what to expect from an Apple iMac: a powerful all-in-one computer with a fantastic display and looks to shame a supermodel, but one accompanied by a slightly wince-inducing price. This late 2013 version of the 27in iMac is all of those...
Bottom line The latest version of this 27in all-in-one is powerful and stylish but it’s no longer without rivals...
100%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
Like so much computing tech in use today, the Apple iMac serves as the widely copied template for other brands' products. Look over the range of all-in-one PCs from the likes of Dell, HP and Lenovo, and we see the same essential form as the flatscreen iMa...
100%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2014-09-18
A new year, a new iMac, and in the latest model, Apple has taken Intel’s latest processors and thrown them in their impressive aluminium-clad all-in-one machine. Could this be desktop perfection? In the latest generation of Apple iMac desktop all-in-...
Good Built insanely well; Very, very fast; Still one of the prettiest computers you’ll ever see; Excellent screen; Includes 802.11ac WiFi;...
Bad SD card slot is still in an awkward position; No optical drive may still be a hurdle for some;...
90%
The 21-inch version of the iMac has found its way into reception areas in many businesses as a kind of technological fashion statement. However, its 27-inch big brother is a different proposition altogether. The iMac’s large, high-resolution display has a...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2014-09-18
What is the Apple iMac 27-inch (2013)? Apple's iMac range needs little introduction. The first iMac was the beginning of a new era for Apple and it remains one of its most iconic products. These days it comes in 21.5-inch and 27-inch versions, and it's th...
Good Awesome design and build quality, Very cool and quiet, Plays games decently, Convenience, Great screen...
Bad Mediocre webcam, Default colour settings not great, Price...
Bottom line Apple still has this market more or less to itself, and it's easy to see why. The 2013 iMac update is a small one, but nothing gets close to it. If you want a large-screen all-in-one PC, it's your best bet.Next, read our iPhone 5S vs Galaxy S4 comparison...
90%
crn.com.au
Updated:
2014-09-18
A formidable all-in-one, with updated Haswell internals, but an even higher price. After last year's iMac redesign, Apple has stuck to the tried and tested in 2013. As such, this year's iMacs are little more than a refresh, with a handful o...
83%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2014-09-18
After last year's iMac redesign, Apple has stuck to the tried and tested in 2013. As such, this year's iMacs are little more than a refresh, with a handful of upgrades. The most obvious change is the inclusion of new Intel Haswell CPUs. Haswell's pri...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2014-09-18
After last year's iMac redesign, Apple has stuck to the tried and tested in 2013. As such, this year's iMacs are little more than a refresh, with a handful of upgrades. The most obvious change is the inclusion of new Intel Haswell CPUs. Haswell's prime...
83%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
After last year's iMac redesign, Apple has stuck to the tried and tested in 2013. As such, this year's new iMacs are little more than a refresh, sporting the same sumptuous exterior design as the 2012 models and a handful of upgrades. The most obvious ch...
Bottom line A formidable all-in-one, with updated Haswell internals and new Nvidia graphics - at an even higher price...
83%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2014-09-18
Back in October, we , the first of the new models that we could get our hands on. Regrettably, it took us a while to get the other three standard-configuration iMacs in the Lab to test. We finally took a good look at the rest of Apple’s iMac line.Ext...
80%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-09-18
The 2013 refresh comes less than a year after 2012's radical redesign. But while last year's iMacs brought us a new, ultra-slim form factor, this year's upgrades are all internal.The Ivy Bridge processors are upgraded to Intel's new Haswell chips, the gra...
Good Haswell processors, 802.11ac, Beautiful slimline design, Nvidia 7 Series graphics, Good custom build options...
Bad No optical drive, Limited upgrade options, £50 or £100 more expensive than last year, No Hyper Threading on standard processors, Didn't get a Retina screen option...
Bottom line The 2013 refresh is a solid, if unremarkable, update for Apple's most popular desktop computer. It wasn't a radical overhaul, but nor did it need to be. Instead, the specifications got a welcome boost while retaining the well received form factor of the...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2014-09-18
The 2013 refresh comes less than a year after 2012's radical redesign. But while last year's iMacs brought us a new, ultra-slim form factor, this year's upgrades are all internal. The Ivy Bridge processors are upgraded to Intel's new Haswell chips, the gr...
Good Haswell processors, Wireless ac, Beautiful slimline design, Nvidia 7 Series graphics, Good custom build options...
Bad No optical drive, Limited upgrade options, £50 or £100 more expensive than last year, No Hyper Threading on standard processors, Didn't get a Retina screen option...
80%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
Apple's 27in iMac is the firm's flagship workstation for graphics and video applications, and has been a favourite within publishing and multimedia companies. The late-2013 refresh iMac continues where predecessors left off. It's got the gorgeous all-in-...
Good Attractive design; Stunning display; Haswell update and improved graphics; Thunderbolt ports...
Bad Expensive; Limited serviceability; No optical drive; Fusion drive not standard...
Bottom line The iMac's design is in a class of its own, performance is strong and display near faultless. But PC vendors are catching up and are starting to offer better value alternatives...
80%
digitalspy.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
The iMac is a beautiful thing. It's a matter of personal opinion, but we feel it's the best looking thing that Apple makes. A refresh in 2012 saw the iMac get even thinner, with a clever trick of the eye design that makes the whole computer look as thin a...
Bottom line While the new iMac looks the same as last years, we don't have any issue with that. It's a gorgeous piece of kit and feels far more premium than virtually every other desktop computer. OS X is a joy to use and the power on offer, particularly on the high...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
Apple has updated its range of iMacs for 2014, reducing prices across the range and also introducing a new low-cost model that costs £899 - we look at this new entry-level iMac here: 1.4GHz 21.5-inch iMac reviewed.We will be updating this first look revie...
Bottom line This new range of iMacs benefits most from the price drop when compared to last year's line up. While there is the new £899 model on offer, we think it will be worth paying the £150 extra to upgrade to the 2.7GHz model.Share this articleFind the b...
0%
uk.hardware.info
Updated:
2014-09-18
Never change a winning team. That frequently seems to be an important (and successful) part of Apple's design philosophy, and it's certainly true for the new iMac. It appeared without too much fanfare, has the same chassis design as the previous generat...
0%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2014-09-18
The original iMac, launched back in 1998, was a breakthrough product that rescued Apple from being sucked into the sort of death spiral that Blackberry is currently speeding down. But now, in 2013, the latest version of the all-in-one desktop computer ap...
Bottom line The slimline design of the iMac is still impressive, but it comes at quite a price. That said, other big-name AIOs are not much different. Lenovo's 27-inch IdeaCentre A730, for instance, is £100 cheaper, but you only get 6GB of memory, a GeForce GT 745M...
0%
fatducktech.com
Updated:
2014-09-18
Apple's updated the iMac line with fourth generation Intel Core processors, making for powerful desktop machines with just a few compromises.The Late 2013 version of the iMac brings with it Intel's fourth generation (“Haswell”) processor lines in a variet...
0%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2014-09-18
Although we saw the new iMac 21.5in at the end of 2012, Apple has kept us waiting impatiently for the redesigned iMac 27in. Thankfully, that wait is now over. It's a stunning transformation: where the previous model was a thick slab, the all-new incarna...
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