The Apple iMac is Apple’s flagship all-in-one computer which combines innovative design with powerful technology. With a choice of either a 21.5” display or 27” display and an edge thickness of half a centimeter, it is a truly stunning device.
As there is no gap between the glass and the LCD display, the display of the iMac is incredibly sharp and clear, this allows for a more immersive experience. As glass can be very reflective and antireflection coatings can have an adverse effect on the quality of the display, the iMac features an atom-thin coating of niobium pentoxide and silicon dioxide.
However, the Apple iMac is more than a pretty face. Beneath the surface, the iMac is powered by a powerful quad-core i5 Intel processor and is supported by 8GB of RAM. The iMac also features Apple’s Turbo Boost 2.0. This technology automatically boosts the speed of the processor cores being used when operating a computationally-demanding applications or games. This gives you maximum speed without compromising efficiency.
Apple’s latest all-in-one uses three-stream 802.11ac technology which allows it to reach data speeds of up to 1.3 Gbps, making it three times faster than its predecessor. The iMac also features the new Thunder Bolt I/O technology. This allows you to connect up to 6 devices to a single port and can transfer data twice as fast as a standard USB 3. Despite being a super-powerful, the iMac is an incredibly efficient device as in sleep mode it uses a mere 0.9 watts of electricity which is 97% less than the first iMac!