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Apple27" iMac Desktop Computer (Late 2013)
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Almost perfect

By Kartvel

from Los Angeles, CA

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Pros

  • Fast
  • Great Display
  • Quiet

Cons

  • Not Enough Software

Best Uses

  • Home
  • Multimedia

Comments about Apple 27" iMac Desktop Computer (Late 2013):

Excellent general use and photo editing desktop. Very fast. I use it with wired Apple keyboard and apple trackpad instead of mouse and Bluetooth keyboard. Screen is great. OS has a learning curve and to me, who uses both, Mac and PC on daily bases it does not seem that much easier than windows, although it is much more stable. There are some compatibility issues and not every software that is available on PC can be found. Parallel Desktop helps some but has lots of bugs and limitations. All and all, it's a commitment- I have converted my whole family to Mac / iOS/ Apple TV and in a closed system it works well, but trying to mix PC and OS X is challenging.

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5.0

Exceeds my expectations on quality

By Vintageflying

from Laguna Niguel, CA

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Pros

  • Easy To Set Up
  • Great Display
  • Quiet

Cons

  • Not Enough Software

Best Uses

  • Home
  • Office

Comments about Apple 27" iMac Desktop Computer (Late 2013):

As an aviation photo journalist detail in my work is critical. The iMac screen is perfect for reviewing and post processing my work. Moving over from a PC environment was a bit difficult…but worth it.

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5.0

Love the iMac

By Tony

from Los Angeles

Comments about Apple 27" iMac Desktop Computer (Late 2013):

My iMac is a 27 inch and has an i5 Haswell processor, 3tb fusion drive and 24 gb of ram. The system runs excellent. If you are thinking of getting a fusion drive my advise is to just spend the extra money. There are arguments of the fusion drive now having two failure points instead of one since it's a combination of a SSD and a 7200 RPM drive. That's true but if you back up your system, then it doesn't matter. Since you have your single point of failure back up drive. Fusion drives performance will be worth your money. Only thing that scares me a bit is I'm at the mercy of Apple now since I cannot access the internals if the iMac but that's something you have always had to scar ice with apple products.

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