Thursday, January 29, 2009

Apple iMac

Apple iMacI bet you thought the iMac had everything didn't you? Well you'd be wrong. But it's ok, nobody is perfect. Now the iMac comes with style, brains, and even more power. Lets face it, front side, back side, side view, upside down, which ever way you look at the iMac is great to look at. It has an incredibly slim profile but its definatley the glossy wide screen display framed in anodized aluminum and its glass cover that does it for most people. Coming in a 20-inch and 24-inch size the iMac makes your pictures and movies come alive with incredible color. Did I mention that the iMac is made with recyclable glass and aluminum? Just a side note for those of you who perfer to go green. But the monitor isnt the only thing going for that slim physique. The iMAc's keyboard also is adorned with anodized aluminum. It features crsip keys that allow for a more responsive feel, special function keys for one touch control of Mac features and 2 USB 2.0 ports that provide high-speed connectivity to your iPod, digital camera or anything else you need.

Did I mention that the iMac was pretty? Anything you view on your iMac will be a work of perfect pixel. The iMac has a flat-panel LCD screen with 1680 by 1050 resolution on the 20-inch and a 1920 by 1200 resolution for the 24-inch. The iMac offers the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors that run at a speed of up to 3.06 GHz with advanced 45-nm process technology and 6MB of shared L2 cache. Don't speak tech? This means that the iMac runs your applications faster and better than ever before!

The iMac has up to 2GB of 800MHz DDR 2 memory standard to allow you to run more applications simultaneously and you can load up on photos, music, and videos with a serial ATA hard driveup to 320GB. Graphics more your style? The iMac comes with the ATI Radeon HD graphics standard. You also get the oppurtunity to upgrade to the most powerful graphics ever available in an iMac with the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS and 512MB of dedicated video memory! Also with the iMac you get Leopard, the latest version of Mac OS X, loaded with features like safari and even something called boot camp that lets you start up your Mac in Windows. And, because its a part of every new Mac, you'll get iLife '09 with iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, and iWeb.

You can get all this for a starting price of $1199, well worth it if you want a high quality computer loaded with tons of features.

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