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iMac 27-inch with Core i5

iMac 27-inch with Core i5
alaScore 85

11 reviews

Dec, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews of iMac 27-inch with Core i5. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the iMac 27-inch with Core i5 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Jon Fingas (electronista.com)

Review: iMac 27-inch with Core i5

 

The largest and first quad core iMac takes the stage.

Much faster than any previous stock, mainstream Mac desktop ; Massive, color rich, high resolution display ; Better expansion: more RAM, SD slot, display input ; Magic Mouse clever for those who want its features ; Wireless input out of the box...

Still expensive if you don't need this grade of display ; Almost too large ; Same limited (if adequate) expansion and glossy-only LCD ; Some may prefer wired keyboard/mouse ; Boot Camp not fully ready

design updates: something borrowed, something blueEver since the iMac G5 debuted over five years ago, Apple has taken to a surprisingly conservative tack for its all-in-one computer design. The late 2009 iMac shares the same hanging-photo-frame

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Jon Fingas (macnn.com)

Review: iMac 27-inch with Core i5

 

The largest and first quad core iMac takes the stage.

Much faster than any previous stock, mainstream Mac desktop ; Massive, color rich, high resolution display ; Better expansion: more RAM, SD slot, display input ; Magic Mouse clever for those who want its features ; Wireless input out of the box...

Still expensive if you don't need this grade of display ; Almost too large ; Same limited (if adequate) expansion and glossy-only LCD ; Some may prefer wired keyboard/mouse ; Boot Camp not fully ready

design updates: something borrowed, something blueEver since the iMac G5 debuted over five years ago, Apple has taken to a surprisingly conservative tack for its all-in-one computer design. The late 2009 iMac shares the same hanging-photo-frame

Nov, 2009