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Why You Should Be An IMac In 2014

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Why You Should Be An IMac In 2014

Author : John Stone   Top Author

Submitted : 2014-01-04 09:41:54    Word Count : 431    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   mac, apple, imac, pc, windows, computer, desktop

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Having a beautiful 21. 5-inch widescreen display along with an impossibly thin fencing that's only 5 mm at the edge, the stunning all-in-one iMac have been updated with a fourth-generation quad-core Intel Core processor -- making it the most powerful iMac but. And it comes common with 8 GB of memory, a 1 TB hard drive, and advanced, high-speed I/O, such as two Thunderbolt ports along with four USB 3 places. The iMac also now supports next generation 802. 11ac Wi-Fi.

The particular 21. 5-inch iMac is simply 5mm thin at its edge and incorporates a bright display with seventy five percent less reflection (view larger).80211acThis version with the 21. 5-inch iMac incorporates a 2. 7 GHz Intel Core i5 quad-core processor in addition to Intel Iris Pro integrated graphics, which delivers under the radar graphics-level performance (see whole specifications below). It also is sold with OS X Mountain Lion and also the iLife software suite, including the latest versions of iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand.

You can cut the cord using the included Wireless Keyboard in addition to Magic Mouse, both which connect to the iMac using Bluetooth wireless technology. Moreover, the Magic Mouse incorporates a seamless Multi-Touch surface that permits you to use the same intuitive gestures officially used on the MacBook trackpad to easily scroll through prolonged documents or swipe to maneuver forward or backward through an accumulation web pages or pictures.

And with the FaceTime HIGH-DEFINITION camera placed above the display within the iMac's thin aluminum in addition to glass design, you'll be capable of make video calls with HD 720p resolution to family and friends on another iMac as well as MacBook. Additionally, you'll be capable of connect to those employing a FaceTime-enabled iPad, iPhone, or ipod touch.

Given that Mac has no made all of their software free, including iWork there really is no reason to not own a Mac. PCs require more time troubleshooting issues, make you pay for operating system updates and for Microsoft Office, you are more likely to get a virus with a PC, and overall the whole touch screen desktop with Windows 8 seems like more of an issue than a pro to owning a Windows PC. Overall I would much rather have the quality, issue free Mac with the free software updates for life. The free operating system and free productivity suite iWork is completley compatible, so I can still collaborate with people who are still using Windows PCs.

There really is no reason to own a PC anymore, there are too many advantages to the Mac.

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