Apple launched a new entry-level iMac on Wednesday in a quiet ceremony and disclosed the features of this all-in-one desktop computer that is little more affordable now.
The price of this 21.5-inch iMac starts at $1099 and contains a 1.4GHz dual-core i5 processor, with Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz. The new configuration of this set is based on some new standards like 8GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000 chip. The desktop computer is definitely going to help you get a quality experience thanks to the features including four USB3.0 ports, two Thunderbolt ports, and 802.11ac wireless networking.
There is not much difference between the other models launched by Apple before but the makers this time have worked on some storage build-to-order options that include a 1TB hard drive for $50, a 1TB Fusion Drive for $250, and 256GB of flash storage for $250. Other configurations of iMac remain the same, but the only difference is with the price that this entry-level iMac has in comparison to previous cheapest models.
It is clear that Apple is trying to access the lower-end of the market with the launch of this entry-level iMac. This is not its usual style but the company is possibly to make its computer more accessible to the users who cannot spend much but on the same hand wants the best of technology.
You can get the new entry-level iMac through the Apple online store and retail Apple locations.