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Apple Announces Upgrades to iMacs, Macbook & Mac Minis

6:52 am on Oct 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Apple preempts Win 7 with fresh iMacs, Macbooks [theregister.co.uk]

Apple has announced a major overhaul of its iMacs, a new unibody white Macbook, and updated Mac Minis for its holiday lineup. The Cupertino company also unveiled a new wireless multitouch mouse featuring a completely touch-sensitive top side.

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A 27" iMac! My first TV was only 25". Now my 24" iMac seems old....
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Note the target display mode on the new imacs. The 27" has the same resolution as the old 30" apple cinema display (a dazzling display, expensive as well).
The 27"imac now has the same number of pixels and the same price as that display.
Time to give it a good look-over at an apple shop -once they have them-.

Although I need less computers, not more.

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Four memory sockets in the new iMacs... So 16GB max in 4 x 4GB once 4GB modules stop costing the Earth, and 8GB in 4x2GB now for a reasonable price. Unless you buy it from Apple of course, they want 160 for an extra 2 x 2GB...

I'd be gutted if I'd just bought one of the previous models :)


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