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Apple iMac 27" 5K Retina (3.8GHz Core i7, 8GB/512GB, Silver) $2197 + Delivery ($0 to Metro/ C&C/ Limited in-Store) @ Officeworks

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27-inch (diagonal) 5120-by-2880-resolution Retina 5K display.
10th-generation 8-core Intel Core i7 processor.
AMD Radeon Pro 5500 XT graphics.
Ultrafast SSD storage.
Two Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports.
Four USB-A ports.
Gigabit Ethernet port.
1080p FaceTime HD camera.
802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 5.0.
Magic Mouse 2.
Magic Keyboard.
Sleek, silver design.

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Comments

  • +5

    Intel is dead(on Macs)!

    • Yep this is a massive waste of money

      • I think it can be used for a 2nd display screen.

  • +10

    If I was someone who was planning on buying a Mac, I'll probably get the ones with the M1 chips. These intel chip models are end of life already.

  • 8gb ram

    • +2

      Easily upgraded very cheaply to 16/32/64GB with the RAM access door in the back.

  • +8

    Don't buy this. Put the money towards a Mac Studio or 24 inch M1 iMac. Intel on Macs is dead. There are already several macOS features that are unsupported on Intel and no doubt there will be many more as time goes on.

  • +1

    Yeah nah, Intel Mac, nah.

  • Would pull the trigger if it was more than half the price.

  • Why wouldn't you get the M1 version?

    • +3

      Bootcamp and x32/x64 virtualization

    • +3

      Because a 27” M1 iMac doesn’t exist?

    • Because you cannot run Win11 on M1 Chip lol

  • Crazy expensive

  • Great deal. I bought this in Aug 2020 and its been rock solid for the past 18 months, I stuck in 3rd party RAM 64GB. VMware/Parallels runs great.

    If you need an Intel Mac this is a pretty great deal !

  • I bought i5 512GB one to replace my aging 2014 iMac. I would recommend if you need one, just buy this deal. I understand M1 or M2 iMac is around the corner but believe me, never ever jump into the first ditch to be a guinea pig. Every time 1st gen from Apple would be problems here or there. Apparently current Intel based iMac would be very solid to run for many years, especially I use it as mainly surfing/zoom machine.

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