Apple's release of its new line of iMacs has people wanting more. So much so that there is a shortage of them.
Having done away with the 20 and 24-inch models, the new iMacs now feature 21.5 and 27-inch models. Rather sizable than its previous counterparts. The glass panel now stretches from side to side, with no metal framing around it, other than the bottom portion whereupon the Apple logo sits. And rather heavy, too. They also emit quite a bit of heat. Fortunately, the engineers designed ultra-quiet fans to counter the heat. The picture quality is amazing. Having done side-by-side comparison of the 24-inch next to the 27-inch model, it's almost like comparing black-and-white to color. Ok, perhaps that's a bit extreme. But using the same background picture of the Grand Canyon on both models, the previous generation looked almost blurry, whilst on the newer model details popped right out.
All models feature 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processors, with the 27-inch having the option of a 2.66GHz Quad-Core processor. The entry-level 21.5-inch model comes with a 500GB hard drive, whereas all other models have 1-terabyte drives. All come standard with a wireless keyboard and the new Magic Mouse.
Find out more about the new iMac by visiting http://www.apple.com/imac/