Apple today finally announced to start the sale of the long anticipated new iMac desktop computer since November 30. The brightest spot of the new iMac is its brand new 5mm edge design. People will have two options on this new device: 21.5" and 27". In addition, the Fusion Drive Fusion technology of Apple to fuse hard disks perfectly fuses 128GB SSD solid hard disk and 1TB/3TB hard disk together, which not only improved hard disk reading speed and performance, but also guaranteed the capacity to be big enough.
The 27" version of the iMac comes with screen resolution at 2560 x1440 pixels while the screen resolution of the 21.5" edition is 1920 x1080 pixels. There’s no doubt that people would enjoy gorgeous visual enjoyment by watch HD movies on the new iMac. Both versions have up to 178 degree wide visual angle. The new iMac prices from $1299, with 8GB RAM and 1TB capacity hard disk. Of course in the choice of processor, it is optional for either i5 or i7.
If you have requirements for CD-rom, it would be a pity that the new iMac no longer equipped with CD-rom. The 21.5” version of the iMac will be on shelf since November 30, while the 27” version will be delayed until next month. You can preorder the 27" version on November 30.