Apple iMac with New Display and Fusion Drive, Mac mini update
The Apple iMac got an update announced todays “event” that improves the display, and storage options. The new display includes a special coating that reduces reflection along with updated NVIDIA graphics. They also updated the processor to include the new Intel chips and put it all in a thinner case. For storage they now include what they call Fusion Drive that is a combination of Flash memory, standard hard drives and special Mac OS software that makes the two drives look as one, along with manages what applications and information is stored on the Flash memory or hard drive based on use.
There was also a small update to the Mac mini that updates the processor with a Intel i5 chip. Both the iMac and Mac mini also have a reduced power usage. The Mac mini is available now, 21.5 inch iMac will be available in November, and the iMac 27 inch some time December. Prices start at $1,299 for the 21.6 inch iMac, $1,799 for the 27 inch iMac, and $799 for the Mac mini all at the base model.
Posted on October 23, 2012, in Apple, Archive, Desktops, Displays, Intel, Mac, NVIDIA and tagged Apple, Fusion Drive, iMac, Intel, Intel Core, Mac Mini, NVIDIA. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.