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iMac 20" Desktop 2.66GHz/2GB/320GB/SD

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  • Apple iMac all-in-one experience
  • 20-inch (viewable) widescreen TFT active-matrix LCD, 1680 x 1050 pixels, millions of colours
  • Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz processor with 1066MHz FSB and 6MB shared L2 cache
  • 2048MB (2x1024MB) 800MHz DDR2 SDRAM memory, supports up to 4GB
  • 320 GB (7200 rpm) Serial ATA Hard Disk Drive
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Technical Details
BrandApple
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions60.2 x 57 x 23.6 cm
Item model numberMB324B/A
Processor TypeCore 2 Duo
Hard Drive Size320 GB
Operating SystemApple Mac OS X
Lithium Battery Weight25 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018O6REK
Best Sellers Rank 159,743 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 Kg
Date First Available29 April 2008
  
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With ATI Radeon HD graphics standard, iMac delivers smooth video playback and realistic visual environments. iMac has up to 2GB of 800MHz DDR2 memory standard so you can run more applications simultaneously. And with a Serial ATA hard drive up to 320GB, you can load up on photos, videos and music. Turn your house into a wireless wonderland. High-speed 802.11n wireless technology is built into iMac. And with Time Capsule or the AirPort Express Base Station, every computer in every room can connect to iMac, t

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By John Brown on 19 Sep 2008
I've used Macs for many years: the first desktops I ever used were Macs. I bought this computer to replace an 8 year old iMac which was still working fine, but just getting a bit tired. At work I use Windows so I'm familiar with both systems. When the new computer arrived I planned to spend a whole evening setting it up, ready to use.

But even I, a seasoned Mac user, was amazed at the ease with which the computer was set up. In literally 5 minutes I had internet, e mail, my accounts, etc. and was ready to work. Everything just works perfectly, and the screen is an absolute joy: it generates a real 'wow factor' when you see it.

The computer is incredibly stable. Despite installing loads of stuff I've not had a single crash, freeze or other issue. The icons for applications take a little getting used to, (the icons for mail and the browser are not intuitive to me!) but that's a small gripe. The Dock and Spaces are really extremely useful features, helping you to work more efficiently.

So this is just a great product. No worries about security with a Mac, no patches to download and install every month. It's almost completely silent, and looks and works just great.

Update after 1 month: I'm still extremely happy with my Mac. My children complained that their favourite games wouldn't run on it. Mac has a thing called Boot Camp, which comes free with your Mac. I got a (legal) copy of Windows XP and using Boot Camp I can now choose whether I start up using Mac OS X or Windows XP. The memory, video card, web cam, etc. all work under Windows just as well as Mac. So if you really can't let go of Windows, here's a solution for you: install Windows on your Mac and you have two computers for the price of one.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. G. Pilgrim on 11 Sep 2008
I used to use windows. But I took the leap and brought my first mac. And I will NEVER go back! It is THE best computer I have ever had! The OS is stable, easy to use and comes with loads of applications (iLIFE) to play around with. The best part? I can run windows if I want. I have 3 choices. Parallels desktop, VM Fusion and boot camp that comes with the Mac itself. Although you do need to purchase a copy of windows for it to use. But it's worth it.

It's speedy, fast and like I said very easy to use. Everything just works. Forget bug-ridden Windows. Mac is the future!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. David Belfield on 5 Feb 2009
I've had this product for a month now. It is my first mac after countless desktop and laptop pcs. I've had lots of friends who drone on endlessly about how great macs are...but sadly they may well be right. It took me less than 20 mins to get the whole system up and running. It just works. The screen is big and very clear. It's a joy to use. I like my old mouse; no problem, just plug it in; it just works straight away.

This is not a cheap machine, but if your worried about the cost, I would say that the build quality is brilliant and I have experienced no blue-screens, weird errors, lost connections, conflicts or virus issues.

My kids like playing PC games. Quite a few popular titles are available for this machine and they play well. We have Spore and World of Warcraft working with no issues, and using the old PC discs. Nb Most games don't include the Mac version on the PC disc.

This computer is very versatile and great home machine. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Hopewell on 16 April 2009
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I am visually impaired and have used Windows via the Windoweyes creen reader for many years. I needed to replace my 5 year old Windows machine and after a lot of research decided on the IMAC. the key motivator is that MAC OSX includes the Voice Over screen reader as an integral part of the OS which means that a blind person can (with some difficulty) set up the IMAC with no need for sighted help. This is not possible on a Windows machine. I then installed VMWare fusion without sighted help and that let me install Windows XP Home without sighted help. Windows started fine and I then installed the Windoweyes screen reader. I can share documents and music between MAC and Windows and as VMWare fusion stores all of Windows and its applications and data as a single file then Windows backup and recovery is easy. This combination gives me the best of MAC and Windows and hopefully I will never need sighted help again!
The IMAC is an elegant and very complete machine. My only dislike is the laptop style MAC keyboard, but my old Windows keyboard works fine on the IMAC.
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