New iMac: Apple introduces new, entry-level desktop

Jonathan Stewart
19 June, 2014
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New iMac from Apple brings affordability

New iMac, apple, 21.5inThe iMac range is a little more affordable from this morning as Apple unveiled a new, lower-price entry model.

The new 21.5in iMac starts at $1349, and contains a 1.4GHz dual-core Core i5 processor, with Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz, comes standard with 8GB of RAM, an integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000 chip and a 500GB hard drive.

The new iMac also features two Thunderbolt ports, four USB 3.0 ports and 802.11ac wireless networking. The desktop has a couple of build-to-order options available: a 1TB hard drive for $60, a 1TB Fusion Drive for $300, and the addition of 256GB of flash storage is also $300.

The other 21.5in iMac configurations are priced at $1599 (2.7GHz) and $1849 (2.9GHz), while the 27in models begin at $2199 for the 3.2GHz option and $2449 for the 3.4GHz model.

The new iMac is available from today via the Apple online store and retail Apple locations.

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