Testseek.co.uk have collected 17 expert reviews of the Apple iMac 27 inch - Winter 2009 Edition - Intel Core i5 2.66GHz MB953 and the average rating is 85%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Apple iMac 27 inch - Winter 2009 Edition - Intel Core i5 2.66GHz MB953.
Experts 85% 17 Reviews
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Blisteringly fast, Quad Core, Massive screen size, Video In port
Teething troubles, Optical drive a little slow
Yet for all its strengths, the Apple faithful have reported problems. Some early adopters had their new computer delivered with a cracked screen, or even failing to power up at all. MacFormat borrowed two Core i5 iMacs from Apple for testing, and both ...
Abstract: The iMac has always been a thing of beauty; a shining beacon of what's possible when both form and function are allowed to combine in harmony. We've come some way since the G3 design, too, with its translucent plastic case and its shape that was...
Abstract: High-definition video looks beautiful on the iMac's 27-inch (2560-by-1440 resolution) display. And games purr along, too. Our gaming tests of the Core i5 and Core i7 iMacs (which, other than the processor, have identical specifications) returned..
Abstract: My conclusion is that if you are trying to decide which of the two quad-core iMacs to choose for 3D gaming or other 3D graphics intensive tasks, either one will do the job. Also, those of you hard core Mac users who invested in a..
Impressive speed; amazingly fast Core i7 option; great image quality from display at any angle; improved speaker system; new SD card slot.
Glare and reflections from screen may frustrate some users; FireWire 400 peripherals require an adapter; Apple Remote not included.
With the new 2.66GHz Core i5 iMac and the 2.8GHz Core i7 iMac, Apple has not only blurred the line between consumer and professional systems, it's darn near erased it. The 2.66GHz Core i5 iMac offers faster performance at most tasks than the 2.66GHz Q...
Much faster than any previous stock, mainstream Mac desktop, Massive, color rich, high resolution display, Better expansion: more RAM, SD slot, display input, Magic Mouse clever for those who want its features, Wireless input out of the box convenient for some,
Still expensive if you don't need this grade of display, Almost too large, Same limited (if adequate) expansion and glossyonly LCD, Some may prefer wired keyboard/mouse, Boot Camp not fully ready.
Desktops as the first pick for a computer are gradually becoming a minority. Many don't need the performance of a desktop and just want the small footprint and mobility of a notebook instead. We don't disagree and eventually see a day where all but the...