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Apple iMac (2012)
Apple Mac Mini (2012)
Apple Mac Mini (2011)
Apple iMac 2011
Apple iMac (Intel Core 2 Duo, Plastic)
Apple iMac MD093LL/A  21.5-Inch Desktop
Apple Mac Mini MD387LL/A Desktop
Apple Mac Mini MC815LL/A
Apple iMac MC309LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop
Apple iMac Desktop  2 66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo  4GB DDR3  640GB DDR3  DVDRW DL  Mac OS X v10 5 Leopard  24  LCD
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Release Date
Oct 2012
Oct 2012
Jun 2011
May 2011
Sep 2006
Operating System
Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion (64-bit)
Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Apple Mac OS X Lion
Apple MacOS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Macintosh OS X 10.5 (Leopard)
Chipset
Intel 3rd Gen Core i5
Intel 3rd Gen Core i5
ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT
Display
21.5in LED Backlit Widescreen TFT
21.5in LED-backlit display
24 in. Flat Panel LCD
Form Factor
All-in-one
Small Form Factor
Small Form Factor
All-in-one
All-in-one
HDD Size
1024.0 GB
500.0 GB
500.0 GB
500.0 GB
640.0 GB
Installed Memory
8GB 1600Hz DDR3 RAM
4 GB DDR3
4GB DDR3 SDRAM
4.0 GB DDR3 SDRAM
4 GB DDR2
Processor
2.9GHz Intel Core i5 Quad-Core
Intel Core i5 dual-core 2.5GHz
Intel Core i7
Intel Core i5
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66 GHz
Recommended Use
Business, Home Use
Home Use, Small Business
Home Use, Small Business
Business, Home Use
Business

  • Apple sticks to the fundamentals with the new iMac, relying on design, strong features, and overall polish to maintain its leadership among high-end all-in-ones.


  • Slimmer and faster, the Apple iMac 21.5-inch (Late 2012) is the desktop PC to buy if you're looking to avoid the whole touch-screen conundrum. The new iMac upgrades components, looks great, and has the power to do real work in a business or at home.


  • It goes without saying that there are numerous Windows PCs that can provide comparable performance at a lower price. However, few of them - nay, none - can match the build quality or the luxurious 27in screen of the iMac. That screen is ideal for graphics and video work and will appeal to home users and professionals alike. Yes, it's expensive, and it lacks features such as a solid-state drive that perhaps ought to be standard.


  • With or without its new Fusion hybrid drive, Apple finally has a Mac Mini that competes well against mainstream Windows PCs in the same price range.


  • The new Mac mini continues to build on the solid foundation set by the 2011 model. If you prefer a Mac desktop computer to a laptop, and/or you don't want to be confined to the glossy 21.5- or 27-inch displays that come with the iMac, the Mac mini is a capable system for most tasks. The quad-core Core i7 processor and the larger storage capacity make the £679-799 Mac mini more attractive - plus you £200.


  • This model is expensive, but generally the Mini is pretty sound.


  • Apple's new $799 Mac Mini demands that you abandon disc-based media, and that you surround it with potentially expensive extra hardware to realize its full benefits. It makes most sense for committed Mac users, those who need it for a specific niche-case, or for those who value design over functionality for the dollar.


  • If you're cool on Macs, the mini will start to warm you to them, but for those already tempted, we heartily recommend it. If the PC user is a Neanderthal and the Mac user the evolved sophisticate, the Switcher Man, hovering between them, is the missing link and the Mac mini will be his weapon of choice.


  • A beautiful, fast and future-proof system, but one that comes with a hefty price tag.


  • Apple sticks to the fundamentals with the new iMac, relying on design, strong features, and overall polish to maintain its leadership among high-end all-in-ones.


  • Slimmer and faster, the Apple iMac 21.5-inch (Late 2012) is the desktop PC to buy if you're looking to avoid the whole touch-screen conundrum. The new iMac upgrades components, looks great, and has the power to do real work in a business or at home.


  • Apple has gone the route of "if it ain't broke don't fix it", keeping the beautiful chassis of earlier iMac models in this latest refresh. The addition of Intel's 'Sandy Bridge' internals combines with Thunderbolt connectivity and niceties like an HD webcam to bring these stylish all-in-ones to the cutting edge, finally catching up to high-end Windows equivalents while retaining the killer look that keeps it ahead of the crowd.


  • - We say reasonable because of the effort (and money) Apple puts into the iMac's design and the inclusion of the iLife software suite.


  • - Low price • Good looks • New Core 2 Duo processor • Fantastic software bundle.
    - Online help is abundant: Apple's support pages, particularly the user forums, are helpful, and you can google practically any Mac-related problem and find hundreds of other Mac fans discussing and solving it.

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    - The decision to go with Intel processors in iMac may have been wise for Apple, struggling as they were with rising thermals and decreasing yields in previous G5 processors.


Top 5 mac os desktop:

  1. Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop
  2. Apple Mac Mini MD387LL/A Desktop
  3. Apple Mac Mini MC815LL/A
  4. Apple iMac MC309LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop
  5. Apple iMac Desktop 2 66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4GB DDR3 640GB DDR3 DVDRW DL Mac OS X v10 5 Leopard 24 LCD