In Fortune’s, “DESIGN 2004, Best Products of the Year: Electronics” category, Apple iMac G5 is described as “an engineering marvel, the new iMac tucks the computer and speakers inside the expansive flat-panel display – ‘an advance as welcome as the day that VCR/DVD players were encased in the TV monitor box,’ says Thompson. Built-in wireless technology lets you use a cable-free keyboard and mouse.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s iMac G5 really is an outstanding personal computer, one of Apple’s top efforts in the company’s history. If you haven’t seen one “in the flesh,” you haven’t seen one. Photos don’t do it justice and the price seems too low for what you’re getting. Reminder: if you’re getting one, you’ll want more RAM than the base 256MB. MDN recommends 1GB minimum for utter bliss. You can get it from Apple (if money is no object) or try our sponsor, Other World Computing, here: