Apple's lineup has been lacking a flagship Macintosh lately, but not anymore.
Beautiful as it is, the 27-inch iMac still lacks some important options that would make it the ultimate all-in-one PC.
Apple has rounded out its computer line with a bunch of new models that have better specs, upscale features, and the same prices.
Apple's iMac line gets an update with new 212.5-inch and 27-inch models.
Watch for sleek new iMacs for the budget-conscious soon -- with some other features we didn't expect from Apple.
Terrific general performance, but basic graphics. iMac diehards might consider paying $300 extra for an entry-level 24-inch iMac.
Power, good looks, cool touch interfaces: All-in-one PCs have come of age. Our exclusive lab testing picks the best of breed.
Our top-performing all-in-one runs Windows and OS X, but lacks built-in extras such as a touchscreen, a Blu-ray drive, a media card reader, and a TV tuner.