Apple’s new iMac is a good reason “not to be PC,” reviewer Michael Martinez writes in a
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance column.
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Describing the new machine as a good “excuse to defect from the PC ranks,” he praises the design and style of the new system. He also likes its G4 processor, which “is equivalent to a high-end Intel Pentium 4.”
“Quite simply, it’s an elegant piece of hardware,” said Martinez, who speaks glowingly of the iMac’s flat panel LCD display and its articulated stainless steel neck.
Martinez also finds it to be a great value. Especially when you figure in “Apple’s suite of intuitive and powerful multimedia software, including iTunes, iDVD and the new iPhoto,” he adds.