Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd May 2011 13:33 UTC
Apple Apple has updated its line of iMac desktops, with new processors and bumped graphical specifications. They also includes an HD FaceTime camera, which is certainly useful. The most interesting feature is, of course, that they include Thunderbolt ports - one on the 21.5" model, and two on the 27" model.
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RE[7]: radeon M?
by Neolander on Wed 4th May 2011 09:08 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: radeon M?"
Neolander
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2010-03-08

Let me guess, you have a big square box sitting on or around your desk, with 20 wire's , two speaker's, 3 power cords, and it doesn't faze you at all. Yeah, if you don't get it , then don't buy it. But in my humble opinion, it's neat, tidy, powerful , efficient , and very attractive. No lights, noisy fans, or neon lights and see through panels. Neat tidy vs what a fricken mess.

Well, when I think of it... Pretty, tidy, extremely silent, made of laptop components...

No doubt, I have one on my desk. It's called a laptop. As a bonus feature, I also can carry it around when I need it.

I don't understand all-in-ones... They always sounds extremely expensive to me for something which is essentially a laptop with a larger screen and no integrated input devices... In my opinion, people who don't need more than a glorified laptop really should buy one instead of looking for a more bulky equivalent, and leave desktop computers for more heavy-duty tasks...

But there must be some side of this market which I've not understood yet.

Edited 2011-05-04 09:15 UTC

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