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Apple iMac (21.5-Inch, Late 2009): The Most Affordable iMac Is Fast, But Not Cheap

At a Glance

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  • Apple 21.5-inch iMac/3.06GHz (Nvidia graphics)
    3/5

    Speedy all-in-one PC runs Windows 7 and OS X, but lacks extras like multi-touch, Blu-ray, and a TV Tuner. Performance gain over previous 20-inch iMac is marginal, but the new screen is much improved.

At a Glance

Speedy all-in-one PC runs Windows 7 and OS X, but lacks extras like multi-touch, Blu-ray, and a TV Tuner. Performance gain over previous 20-inch iMac is marginal, but the new screen is much improved.

Price when rated: $1,199
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Pros

  • Strong performance
  • Beautiful screen

Cons

  • Lacks extras: Touchscreen, Blu-ray, TV tuner, etc
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