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A best-in-class machine gets even better

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The iMac remains our favorite all-in-one desktop, and returns this year with beefier graphics, faster WiFi and brisker disk speeds.

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8.7
8 reviews
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    9.0
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    9.4
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    7.1
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    10
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8.6
7 reviews
  • Speed and features | 1 comment
    8.7
  • Design and form factor | 2 comments
    8.9
  • Expandability
    5.2
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    9.0
  • Size and weight
    8.8
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9.0
Engadget Oct 8, 2013

...if you're a creative professional, an avid gamer or flush with extra cash, the 27-inch model offers a higher pixel count and is more powerful out of the box.

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8.0
CNET Sep 26, 2013

Anyone who bought last year's redesigned iMac doesn't need to upgrade, but for owners of older models or anyone looking to switch, the latest 27-inch Apple iMac offers a wide-ranging set of internal upgrades.

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8.0
PC Mag Sep 27, 2013

Though it's mainly a speed bump, the inclusion of the latest 4th-generation Intel Core i5 quad-core processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 775M Kepler graphics bump the Apple iMac 27-inch (Intel Core i5-4670) back to the top spot on our high-end all-in-one desktop list.

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10
Pocket-Lint Oct 7, 2013

...this is a simple and unfussy solution that looks great and is a wonderful workhorse for pretty much anything you'd care to throw at it.

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9.0
TrustedReviews Oct 15, 2013

Apple still has this market more or less to itself, and it's easy to see why. The 2013 iMac update is a small one, but nothing gets close to it. If you want a large-screen all-in-one PC, it's your best bet.

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8.0
TechRadar Oct 21, 2013

The 2013 refresh is a solid, if unremarkable, update for Apple's most popular desktop computer. It wasn't a radical overhaul, but nor did it need to be. Instead, the specifications got a welcome boost while retaining the well received form factor of the previous generation.

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8.0
HotHardware Oct 28, 2013

The late 2013 edition iMac is an easy recommendation provided you're willing to spend a premium for a machine that looks as well as it performs, and are interested in OS X. If not, there are more affordable all-in-one systems out there that solely run Windows.

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9.0
PWilkinson PWilkinson

I wish I had gone for the SSD instead of the hybrid drive. the hybrid allows for larger storage but the 128gb SSD hybrid doesn't offer much of a speed boost when your dual booting or working with large files/games. My choice I know, but none the less putting that out there for others.

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