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New processors and faster Wi-Fi for Apple's slim desktop
Top-of-the-line processor and graphics card offer best-in-class performance
Apple's top-end iMac reasserts its position as the best all-in-one
Awesome design and build quality and very cool and quiet
Competitive, logical set of core component updates
Speedy Intel Core i5 quad core processor
Beautiful and expensive
Great new Ivy Bridge processors, Upgraded GPU
Speedy Fusion hybrid hard drive design
Has faster integrated graphics
Hardware is as enticing as ever
More than powerful enough for most tasks
Breath takingly small, packing an entire computer into a box
Fast and future-proof system
Excellent build quality
Powerful enough, pretty enough and lovely enough servant
'significant performance gains'
'high-end multimedia class'
'No Blu-ray drive or media card reader.'
'Fast new Core 2 Duo processor'
'impressive performance boost'
'limited telephone support availability'
'Least expensive Mac available'
'The iMac still lacks media card slots, and there's no TV tuner'
'The iMac uses the latest Mac OS X operating system by default, although version 9 is installed as well'
'those used to the powerful extras offered by iMovie's last incarnation will be disappointed'
'compact TFT display'
'weak support plan'
'Apple has updated one of the most uniquely designed computers available.'
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