27-inch iMac/2.9GHz Core i5 (Late 2012)

by Apple

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Mac Pro Quad-Core/3.7GHz (Late 2013)

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Mac Pro 6-Core/3.5GHz (Late 2013)

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Pros
  • Significant speed boost over predecessors
  • Reduced screen glare
  • User-accessible RAM slots
  • Fusion Drive upgrade available
  • Improved speakers
  • Impressive multi-core performance
  • Dual workstation-class GPUs
  • Fast internal storage
  • Plenty of external-expansion options
  • Compact, attractive design
  • Quiet and relatively cool
  • Many internal components upgradeable
  • Impressive multi-core performance
  • Dual workstation-class GPUs
  • Fast internal storage
  • Plenty of external-expansion options
  • Compact, attractive design
  • Quiet and relatively cool
  • Many internal components upgradeable
Cons
  • No SuperDrive
  • No FireWire
  • User access to internals more difficult than ever
  • Single-core performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs
  • No internal expansion options
  • Single-core performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs
  • No internal expansion options, Higher-end configurations quickly get expensive
At A Glance

Specs

General Information

UPC Code 885909493050    

Processor

Processor type   Intel Xeon E5  

Graphics

Graphics Type   Discrete  
Primary Graphics Chipset   dual AMD FirePro workstation-class GPUs  

Storage

Drive 1 type   Solid-State Drive  

Ports and Connections

Available Interfaces   HDMI|Line Out 1/8|Thunderbolt 2.0|USB 3.0  
Ethernet Type   10/100/1000 Mbps  
Wireless connection   802.11a|802.11ac|802.11b|802.11g|802.11n|Bluetooth  

Memory

Memory type   DDR3  
Memory speed   1866.0  MHz  

Dimensions

Height   9.9  inches  

Case

Chassis style   Tower (Midsize)