About iMac 27 I7
In the years since its founding in 1976, Apple has become a household name around the globe, designing and manufacturing high-specification computers - from the iPhone to the desktop iMac - for a luxury, predominantly creative market from California to Catalonia.
The iMac, Apple's flagship product, has gone through many incarnations since the invention of the Macintosh in 1983 and the move to the iMac name in 1998. Sold as an all-in-one desktop for the consumer market, the iMac - like all Apple products - is iconic and minimalist in its design, incorporating all of the machinery inside of the monitor itself, with this edition using a wireless keyboard and mouse as standard, meaning it can be operated from anywhere within the room.
Three years after the previous model, this 'slim' edition of the Intel-processed iMac measures 5mm thick at its thinnest point, comes in two screen sizes (21.5 inches and 27 inches) and has improved processors in the form of Intel's Ivy Bridge Core i5 and i7. This means that this incarnation of the iMac can run much faster than previous models, and is suitable for both ordinary office programs as well as high-demand gaming and media processing software, making it ideal for creatives using demanding photo and video editing programs.
The slim body, introduced in late 2012, demands a much higher price than the previous edition with similar specifications, so customers should be sure to do their research and make sure the listing is the edition they are looking for before purchasing.