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A new screen size in the Core 2 Duo iMacs.

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core 2 duo

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huge screen

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no capability for blue ray add on

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A new screen size in the Core 2 Duo iMacs. With 30% more screen real estate than the 20" model, you can expect a serious increase in productivity. This is the flagship model of the iMac Core 2 Duo line released in September 2006.

24-inch widescreen LCD • 1920x1200 resolution • 2.16GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor • 4MB shared L2 cache • 1GB memory (2x512MB SO-DIMM) • 250GB Serial ATA hard drive • 8x double-layer SuperDrive (DVD+R DL, DVD±RW, CD-RW) • NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT with 128MB GDDR3 memory • Built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth 2.0 • Apple Remote

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Cmejia
09/18/2008 10:49

I bought a refurbished version of this machine, nick named it the bohemoth, and its amazing. I love this machine because its all-in-one, I got tired of cords. Though I periodically miss Windows because it does some things that the Mac cannot, and sometimes the different look of the GUI just feels better. But for everything else this is my main computer, and I have no regrets.

Hawks22gk
02/06/2008 01:31

This is a great machine, I've noticed a little bit of a lag since upgrading to leopard, but I'm still only running 1g ram. I think when I go to 2g it will be fine. I use a Mac Pro Quad at work with a 23" display and while that is faster and more upgradeable etc...I'd rather have my imac for home use. 1 wire, no tower, beautiful display, bluetooth, airport built in. I'm interested in the aluminum ones too, but really the only thing that I envy on those (outside of the awesome case) is that it has the capability for blue-ray.

Starbuck93
10/04/2006 06:48

24" is big, but Apple PC's cost too much.

Omar
09/11/2006 05:36

It's becoming easier and easier for me to recommend Macs as Apple is now offering great value to the public. Before, Macs were just too expensive compared to their PC counterparts, but with the latest iMacs, MacBooks, and MacBook pros, you're getting an awesome rig for a decent price, add onto all of that the great Apple software and it's a pretty sweet deal. This new 24" beauty just solidifies that. It would be a real pleasure to have that sitting on your desk I'm sure.

David
09/11/2006 12:49

This computer looks awesome! A 24" apple monitor alone is around $800 or $900. Spend $1000 bucks more and you have a kick ass computer as well. It would be cheaper to build your own computer and get a 24" monitor, but it wouldn't be as this iMac. If I didn't already have a computer and a MacBook Pro, I'd be all over this in a heart beat. It even uses the new MXM mobile video card format so you can theoretically upgrade your integrated graphics. Although no products actually exist in the retail world that use this format.

Erik
09/10/2006 11:10

This seems like a pretty sweet deal to me. 24" is huge!

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