Apple has a new iMac and Mac Mini faster introduced. The new iMac is a lot thinner than its predecessor, has no optical drive, uses Intel’s Ivy Bridge CPUs and will be available in a 21.5 “and 27″ variant. The Mac Mini has better specs than its predecessor. Available today, the new Mac Mini price starts at $599. It incorporates the latest system enhancements and displays impressive performance.
The aluminum housing of the iMac has a big makeover and the volume would have decreased by 40 percent, while the edges are made significantly thinner. According to Apple, the edges 5mm thick. An optical drive is not longer present.
The new iMac is available in a Core i5 or Core i7-variant and contains a single GPU from Nvidia. Users can thereby choose an SSD storage up to 768GB and up to 32GB memory. Even when the screen changes are made: the glass is laminated on the LCD and a layer based on what Apple a plasma deposition process’ calls for less annoying reflections should worry. The monitors are calibrated delivered.
Apple, the new iMac Core i5 quad cores of the Ivy Bridge generation. By default, all models now 8GB 1600MHz memory. In the field of ports, among other two Thunderbolt and four USB 3.0 ports. By default, the systems with 1TB of HDD storage supplied by the 21 “versions rotate it to 5400rpm, the 27″ variant at 7200rpm. For storage adds the manufacturer now optional hybrid drives add, moreover, that Apple Fusion Drives calls. The hard drives of 1TB or 3TB be combined with 128GB flash memory for quick start example.Only the 27 “iMac is equipped with a 3TB drive and installing an optional 768GB flash storage.
The 21.5-inch iMac gets a Core i5 quad-core with clock speed of 2.7 GHz and this processor is assisted by an Nvidia GeForce GT640M. The price of this model is $1299. A version is available from $1799 and this computer gets a Core i5 running with 2.9 GHz and a GeForce GT650M.
The 27 “iMac with a Core i5 quad also at 2.9 GHz running and which is combined with a GeForce GTX660M is $1799 and the more expensive version of this model gets a Core i5 clocked at 3.2 GHz and Nvidia GeForce GTX 675MX.
Apple Mac mini also has a hardware upgrade, but the appearance has not changed. The processors are now the Ivy Bridge generation of Intel and there are four USB 3.0 ports available. The other interfaces are the Thunderbolt port, hdm, gigabit Ethernet, the old firewire interface and memory card reader. The minicomputers are supplied standard with 4GB 1600MHz and the memory can be expanded to 16GB. The version with Core i5 with clock speed of 2.5 GHz and 500GB hard drive will cost $599. There is also a model with a 2.3-GHz Core i7 and a 1TB hard drive, which will cost $799 and finally gives Apple the server edition upgrade. This system with OS X Server gets a Core i7 with clock speed of 2.3 GHz, 4GB memory and two hard drives of 1TB and the price is $099.
Available in two versions – a model i5 Dual Core 2.5 GHz with 3MB cache and another Quad Core i7 2.3 Ghz 6Mb cache – the Mac Mini is offered a complete overhaul. In addition 16 GB of RAM, 256 GB SSD integrates, 500 MB of memory (or 1 TB for the second model) supports Bluetooth 4.0, has the same connectivity than its predecessor and a graphics card Intel Graphics 4000. In short, a versatile, surprising with specifications and design still modern …