Apple is now taking orders for it new iMac, which was unveiled last month.
This latest device offers an ultra-thin profile incorporates Intel Core i5 or i7 processors along with 8GB of RAM.
However, Apple has managed to squeeze these high performance components in to a housing that’s just 5mm thick. In addition the redesigned widescreen display apparently offer 75 per cent less glare than previous models.
It also utilises a hybrid model of storage, which Apple ostentatiously calls the Fusion Drive, which is a 128GB solid state drive running alongside a one or three TB spindle drive.
The 21.5-inch version of the new iMac is priced at £1,099 and the 27-inch model is priced at £1,499.
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