Jonathan Ives has come up with one of his coolest designs to date with the release of the latest iMac, reducing the width of the display to just 5mm at it's thinnest parts. Fusion Drive, a new innovative feature that combines flash storage and a traditional disk-based hard drive to maximize both speed and capacity.
Available in 21-inch & 27-inch ranging from $1,300 - $2,000, featuring a 75% less reflective display, quad-core Intel Core i5 processors, upgradable to 32GB of RAM, the new Fusion Drive storage option that combines 128GB of flash memory with a 1TB or 3TB.
The newest iMac loses the internal Apple Superdrive like all other recent Mac's, but external USB drives are available if you still burn Cd's.
21.5-inch model available in Nov - Starting at $1,299
27.0-inch model available in Dec - Starting at $1,799
"Redesigned from the inside out, the new iMac packs high-performance technology into an aluminum and glass enclosure with up to 40 percent less volume than its predecessor and an edge that measures just 5 mm thin. Built with an unprecedented level of fit and finish, the new iMac delivers an amazing desktop experience in a gorgeous design. The new iMac also features a completely reengineered display that reduces reflection by 75 percent while maintaining brilliant color and contrast. In the new design, the cover glass is fully laminated to the LCD and an anti-reflective coating is applied using a high-precision plasma deposition process. Every iMac display is individually color calibrated using an advanced spectroradiometer. "