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Re: iMac

Originally Posted by ash View Post
Macs don't have to be divorce gadgets, my macpro cost 180 off ebay, yes thats the nice looking one with the all metal casing, its no posh apple warrenty left but if you want this, buy new, spend ALOT of money and risk moving into the shed

If buying off ebay, use your loaf, collect, ask the history and I would advise installing a new hard drive.

I have both pc and mac at the moment, only because Ann prefers windows, I think its because she does not want to learn a new system

Imacs are nice and compact, less wires and are very queite! But your always restricted on your screensize, if I was buying an Imac today, it would have to be the 27 incher!!


I bought from the Refurbished site Apple run. saved 150 its to all intents and purposes new, full one year warranty and the 3 year extension if I pay for it.

I bought the 21.5" I was thinking of waiting longer and having the 27" but its a bit too big and over 1300, or about 1100 refurbished.

I think I shall be happy with the one I have.

Getting to grips with the magic mouse, I thought it strange at first.

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