“Offering an attractive black bezel to accent the glass, reflective display, the iMac will immediately jump out at you. The Aluminum finish is a nice touch and the stylish black backing with the Apple logo adds even more character to an already appealing design,” Don Reisinger blogs for CNET.
“The first day I brought my iMac home, everyone who saw it was taken aback by its design and overall usefulness. Mac OS X is still the OS heavyweight and on a device like this, it really shines. The new iMovie is quite appealing and it runs much quicker than the older version on my MacBook, but that can also be attributed to upgraded specs,” Reisinger writes.
“If you’re a possible Windows covert and you’re still a little skeptical about the move, I recommend using Boot Camp to ease your transition. Running Windows on a Mac with the help of Boot Camp gives you the best of both worlds and trust me, you won’t regret it,” Reisinger writes. “Since I purchased the iMac last weekend, I’ve been using it exclusively as the computer that I write on, surf the web on and even do some photo and video editing on. Without a doubt, it’s the best computer I’ve used for any of these situations.”
Reisinger writes, “While the iMac may not necessarily appeal to the serious video and photo people who have a strong distaste for the glossy, glass screen, it is, without a doubt, the best home-use computer I have ever used.”
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