File-It-Under: Apple Stuff By: D.F.Skin
Just for the record,the title of this post does not make me a Apple fan boy though I like and own some devices made by Apple,so what I'm about to say could stun the masses who read this post. The new iMac 5K retina display could be the best desktop computer ever to grace the market,seriously. Its certainly one of the best desktop computers Apple has put out to date in my opinion. The new retina display iMac has its usual awesome hardware, 3.5GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a new 1TB Fusion Drive (Fusion drives combines high storage traditional drives with a super fast high performance flash drive), of course like always with Apple computers you have the option to upgrade to the max in hardware, consumers can actually upgrade to a Intel Core i7 4.0GHz processor making it the fastest iMac yet.
The hardware specs alone is not the most impressive thing with the new iMac. What makes this particular desktop machine so unique you might ask? Its that display,its 27-inch 5K resolution (5120 x 2880) display has everyone talking and has me impressed . If the new iMac isn't the best desktop computer on the planet,then it most certainly has the best display on a all-in-one system to hit the market. I have seen the new iMac posted on several websites and YouTube channels, from my vantage view point, the display looks stunning,4K video clips looks very fluid, easily moves through pictures and video edits with effortless ease. The display is powered by the latest AMD graphics which Apple states the graphic chip has 3.5 teraflops of graphic compute power.
Apple keeps the design of the new iMac compact and sleek despite having such a powerfully bright pixel dense display. Many who have had the honor in seeing the iMac first hand,has said that the computer seems much thinner than previous generation iMac. Got a strong feeling that the new 5K resolution retina display iMac is one of those computers that will have you awestruck with amazement,all while staring at the display for a couple of hours without moving a muscle.