Five Best All-In-One Computers

If you're looking for a space-saving, powerful PC, and you either don't want to build or you're buying for someone else, an all-in-one computer is a decent bet. They come with everything you need to get to work, are easy to set up, and can be just as good as traditional desktops. This week, we're looking at five of… » 3/08/15 1:52pm 3/08/15 1:52pm

Apple's New iMacs Add Thunderbolt, More Graphics Muscle, and Monster Quad-Core Guts

Goodbye miniDisplay ports, and hello Thunderbolt: Apple's latest iMacs include the faster Thunderbolt connection, but that's not the only new addition from Intel. The computers, which come in 21.5 and 27-inch size options, also run on Intel's latest Sandy Bridge Core procession line. » 5/03/11 8:37am 5/03/11 8:37am

Apple Delaying iMac Orders, iMac Update Coming Soon?

iMac supplies have already been dwindling and now customers who've recently ordered an iMac have received notice from Apple that their iMac purchase will be 'delayed' until May 2nd. That matches with what 9to5 Mac's source has been telling them: "to expect new iMacs the week of May 2nd as Apple will officially stop… » 4/25/11 2:23pm 4/25/11 2:23pm

Retailers Corroborate iMac Refresh Rumor For Next Week

Things are looking good for a now probable iMac refresh this coming week, with MacRumors' retail sources confirming that new iMac part numbers have shown up in their systems. Delivery should hit about Monday or Tuesday and fall in line with the current pricing ($1199, $1499 and $1799). And according to MacRumors, the… » 4/27/08 3:30pm 4/27/08 3:30pm

Dell XPS One, Gateway One and Apple iMac Get Friendly

The All-In-One is in full effect this year, with some very hot models: the Gateway One, the Dell XPS One and Apple's new iMac. While it's nice to pick favorites and all, the fact is, each of these are better than most computers out there, and each has particular design traits that stand out. I've given awards in… » 12/20/07 9:00pm 12/20/07 9:00pm

Santa Rosa-based iMacs with Brushed Metal Frame on the Horizon?

Call it wishful thinking, but the folks at 9 to 5 Mac are reporting that Apple's new iMacs (which they say will debut at WWDC) will pack Intel's Santa Rosa technology and come in sizes larger than the current 24-inch model. Both are pretty safe assumptions, but what they'll look like is up in the air. Will they have… » 6/04/07 9:15am 6/04/07 9:15am

Apple Dumping its 17-inch iMac for Beefier 20 and 24 inchers

The folks at Apple Insider are reporting that Apple will soon ditch its baby iMac (17-inch model) to make room for new 20- and 24-inch systems. Like the MacBooks, the speed bumps on the iMacs are expected to be modest. The new models (which are rumored to arrive at the end of June) will also be accompanied by a new… » 5/22/07 10:50am 5/22/07 10:50am