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Apple Updates The iMac With New Quad-Core Intel CPUs, Thunderbolt I/O

Smell that? Yeah, it’s the crisp smell of Sandy Bridge chips. The iMacs were starting to smell a bit stale with older Intel Core CPUs and low memory ATI graphic cards. Not anymore. Apple just rolled out the latest models and as expected, rock Intel’s latest i5 and i7 Core CPUs along with ThunderBolt I/O.

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Ravenor2047d ago

GPU's are still underpowered, the price isn't that hard to swallow given the hardware. But I still don't see the appeal in something I can't tinker with or upgrade.

toaster2047d ago (Edited 2047d ago )

I tend to think Apple products appeal more to software than hardware people. The bundled software is great. The panel is also a work of art. I would love to get one of these for my photo editing. I'm currently using Aperture on my MacBook Pro (13in) to do my photo editing rather than my Windows machine. The software is just that much better, Nothing Adobe is installed on my computers :S.

iMacs are All-In-Ones. If you're thinking of getting an AIO computer to tinker with it then you're doing it wrong.

_Q_2047d ago

"iMacs are All-In-Ones. If you're thinking of getting an AIO computer to tinker with it then you're doing it wrong."

I had such a different view of you before as a PC hardware zealot. I'm liking this informed rational Toaster..

Sahil2046d ago

My friend bought one yesterday and he's loving it, I think i'm gonna follow his footsteps and buy one for myself :)

fatstarr2046d ago

Apple finally caught up to the Windows Market?
sorry to be that guy but to each his own.
- and i hope they arent trying to reinvent the wheel with the thunder bolt i/o.

Sahil2044d ago

When are they going to update the Mac mini though, that thing is well overdue an update.