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Apple's New iMacs Will Start at £1149 in the UK

It's been a busy month for Apple. After the unveiling and launch of two brand new iPhones and the release of iOS 7, the company this week announced brand new Haswell-equipped iMacs. The iMacs are already available online and start at $1,299. In the UK, they're a bit pricier (no surprise there).

 

According to Apple's UK website, the 21.5-inch iMac is available with a 2.7 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.2 GHz and Intel Iris Pro will go for £1,149, while the upgraded model with a 2.9 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.6 GHz and Nvidia GeForce GT 750M graphics will go for £1,299.

Jumping up the 27-inch iMac, things start at £1,599 for a 3.2 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.6 GHz and Nvidia GeForce GTX 755M graphics. The 27-inch iMac equipped with a 3.4 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.8 GHz and Nvidia GeForce GTX 775M graphics carries a suggested retail price of £1,749.

All models sport 802.11ac WiFi, 8 GB of RAM as standard, a 1 TB hard drive, two Thunderbolt ports, and four USB 3.0 ports. Customers can also up the RAM to 32 GB and storage can be increased to 3 TB HDD (though this will, of course, cost you).

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  • woodshop
    Just another overpriced, underpowered all-in-one. Move along everyone.
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  • GoldenI
    Why spend that amount of money on a system when I can just invest that money in my own custom-built system, which completely demolishes that overpriced piece of trash?
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  • Spooderman
    Wow.....all they can give for that price is a 755? Come on, now.
    Reply
  • Cons29
    i'm betting this will be hot when under full load.

    i'd rather build my own, select every part.
    they do have some nice monitors though.

    apple is sooo overpriced, my jaw dropped when i heard how much a memory upgrade will cost, rams that time was dirt cheap, dirt cheap
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  • jarred125
    Cons29, EVERY OEM charges that much for ram. Go take a look at Dell and HP for RAM pricing when you upgrade during the build process. Acting like Apple is the only one that charges high prices is just ignoring everyone else.

    Id much rather buy one of these than a Dell/HP/etc. Every single system I have had from them for the past few years has been complete garbage (work machines, not personally bought).
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  • jarred125
    Cons29, EVERY OEM charges that much for ram. Go take a look at Dell and HP for RAM pricing when you upgrade during the build process. Acting like Apple is the only one that charges high prices is just ignoring everyone else.

    Id much rather buy one of these than a Dell/HP/etc. Every single system I have had from them for the past few years has been complete garbage (work machines, not personally bought).
    Reply
  • jarred125
    Cons29, EVERY OEM charges that much for ram. Go take a look at Dell and HP for RAM pricing when you upgrade during the build process. Acting like Apple is the only one that charges high prices is just ignoring everyone else.

    Id much rather buy one of these than a Dell/HP/etc. Every single system I have had from them for the past few years has been complete garbage (work machines, not personally bought).
    Reply
  • Koushik Majumder
    NO! Apple take $200 for 8 GB to 16GB where Dell take $100, whooping $600 for 8 GB to 32 Gb where Dell take $350!!!
    Reply
  • capt_taco
    Wow, that's a bad price even in dollars.
    Reply