Apple's latest lineup of iMac computers features Intel's latest generation of Core processors, 802.11ac WiFi, and support for up to 3TB of Fusion Drive storage. They're all available today starting at $1299.
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Apple introduces Haswell-powered iMac, available today


After refreshing their iPhone lineup last week, Apple has just announced an update to another iconic brand. New iMac all-in-ones are available today, bringing updated hardware to the popular personal computers.

The major update is in the processing department, where Apple has moved to Intel’s Haswell line of CPUs. For a base model, which starts at $1,299, that equates to a 2.7GHz Intel Core i5 with Intel’s Iris Pro graphics. Buyers can also opt for a high-end 21.5-inch or 27-inch version of the iMac featuring up to a 3.4GHz Core i5 with NVIDIA GeForce 700 graphics (or upgrade to a Core i7 up to 3.5GHz). Pricing for models featuring the larger display starts at $1,799.

Other enhancements include 802.11ac WiFi connectivity and support for PCIe flash storage, providing up to 3TB of Fusion Drive disk space.

All versions of the new iMac can be purchased immediately. You can find more info on the latest generation of desktop devices over at Apple’s site.

[via Apple]

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