Apple iMac 27-inch (Core i5)

I am a long time PC user. I started with Windows 98 and I am now using Windows 7. I have had many issues with my PC’s over the years but that is another story. This is about my new iMac.

iMac 27″

I recently decided to buy a Mac. I saw an ad on the Apple Web site that was all about the new iMac 27″ with a core i5 or i7. I said to myself “where is my credit card!”. I customized my Mac and I saved some money buy purchasing an i5 over the i7 and had it shipped for free. I received $200 off  for being in college which I think was great.

The wireless ‘magic mouse’ is very cool and creative however it is not the easiest thing to use and I like my cheap Dell corded mouse better. You can scroll just by swiping you finger on the mouse just like on the iPhone. I use a lot of mouse clicks and I code in HTML so it can get tricky. The mouse is harder to operate with some functions. Being that it is a 27″ screen you have to scroll the mouse over the mouse pad numerous times to get from one end of the screen to the other. That is the only con I have. Not bad at all.

The large 27″ screen and resolution are awesome. The HD pictures for my wallpaper/background come to life. The Mac is very powerful and packed full of everything I need. I am very happy with my purchase and I think Apple has won me over. I love my PC’s but I prefer Mac now. If you haven’t used a Mac then you must try it. It is so easy to use and it doesn’t crash or freeze. The look and feel are solid and the OS is one of the best. If you love your iPhone then you will love a Mac.

I give the iMac 27″ a 5 out of 5.


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