14 March 2013 10:53 GMT / By Hunter Skipworth
Apple has established a fresh variation of its iMac computer, that has a integrated VESA mount found on the back. The idea is, which the mount lets you stick it found on the wall, to have a flying Mac screen.
VESA mounts are usually reserved for LCD TVs plus may attach even the heaviest of displays to a wall. The active gen iMac is extremely thin, peeling to a point about the back providing the illusion it really is because thin because a part of paper. What this may resemble about a wall you don’t understand, yet you imagine it’ll be awesome.
Prices for the standless iMac begin at £1135 for a 21.5-inch 2.7 GHz variation. Alternatively you are able to dish out £1735 for the best of the line 3.2 GHz 27-inch show, with 8GB of RAM plus an Nvidia GTX675MX. We imagine the latter might create very a delicious computer/TV combo.
The standard iMac remains the same, with cost being a touch cheaper at £1099 for the base model. It’s a slick part of kit which went down very effectively inside the review.
If you may be following a VESA mount variation, you are able to choose 1 up found on the Apple shop today.
Apple, iMacs, Televisions