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Hi, I am looking to buy a new computer and really like e idea of an iMac to replace my windows pc. I am just fed up with windows really, but I worry that if i buy a mac I will be getting less for my money. I can buy a better spec pc for about 2/3 the price of an iMac.

Is the i3 iMac any good for things such as web design and other productivity tasks or should I just get another windows machine?
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  1. I have a friend who is long term Mac person but just had to buy an HP laptop for a web project. In fact most of the guys I know with an art direction background, who do web stuff, reluctantly have to have both.

    The Mac has a great operating system but it's frustrating for hands-on people because many features you may have become accustomed to in Windows are left off for simplicity's sake.

    When the Mac works it's fine, but when problems arise I can't find the tools or info I need to fix them -- and I say that because Mac friends call me in to help because using a Mac has deprived them of the hands-on knowledge that Windows users have (cycinics would say because th PC goes wrong often enough).

    As for cost -- you know the answer to that ! Now that the Mac is basically a PC in drag it's not hard to detect that the money goes on the pretty case, advertising and the expensive real estate for Apple stores.
  2. Thanks for your reply fihart, I already have two windows computers so I am sliding more towards a Mac at the moment. Does anyone know how well the new 21.5" iMac performs?
  3. I think it would be a monster for the price i am running the same spec in PC and its amazing
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