iMac 21" £758 inc delivery. RRP £1099. Pcworld business.
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iMac 21" £758 inc delivery. RRP £1099. Pcworld business.

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Found 4th Jun 2013
Use code APPLE to get price £752. £1099 from apple. Limited stock. Showing more than 10 available. Model is Md093. Current line.

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Excellent find

Good price

Good find, this is the new model too. Unfortunate you can't select the Fusion drive option though.

too buy or not to buy, £200 cheaper then student discount can get me for one

8% quidco

use code Apple for 5% off too!! Sorry just seen this in the original post. £747.04 with 5 day delivery less Quidco
Edited by: "adrian2000" 4th Jun 2013

The bedwetters will be out in force on this deal

Great price - PCW Business often clear out apple kit ahead of announcements. They had the 27" Cinema Displays at over £200 off last week for a few minutes until they sold out.

It's likely a new model will be unveiled next few days - but this will still be a kick ass machine for the price.

Ordered. Oh wait, I realised what I was buying

no wireless key/mouse

Is this the latest model anyone doesn't have much info on site??

Good buy, but Apple set to refresh the Mac line with Haswell chips at WWDC next week.

Symons147

Is this the latest model anyone doesn't have much info on site??



Yes but new ones about to be announced hence the discount

They can afford to discount it and still make a profit because its typical APPLE, highly over priced in the first place!

Great price, but strange they include wired keyboard and mouse, since wireless are standard?

what is the price drop likely to be in other shops? Better to wait for John Lewis with the warranty and wired keyboard?

Interesting to see what new stuff is coming. As mentioned this does not include the wireless keyboard/mouse package.

Good price though, dont see it being this low on the bigger retail sites?

surely this wired keyboard and mouse must be a mistake

Not Haswell.

the wireless mouse/keyboard comes in the sealed box?

wow I'm tempted to buy this even though I'm travelling for a year. still a solid machine in a years time.

I've always wanted a Mac, I think the hardware apple produce is stunning.

The only thing that puts me off is that iTunes on the PC is hands down the most un-intuitive, slow, buggy POS software I've ever used in my life. It worries me that the whole mac OS will be the same.

Not Windows....COLD

Not Banana.

Good price but wish it has 27 inch one, so I can replace my old one....

Banned

These also hold their value incredibly well.

In 5 years time a PC of equivalent value will be worth diddly squat, but I guarantee these will still be fetching over £500, even 2nd hand.

21" in 2013? COLD!

Oh, and it's a Apple product... Need I say more!

Banned

alexnuggz

Not Windows....COLD



You do know these can run Windows too?

matthew88

wow I'm tempted to buy this even though I'm travelling for a year.


I know they're a fairly slim design for an all-in-one but you'd be better off with a laptop for travelling unless you were planing to take weight lifting equipment with you anyway.

KillFelix

You do know these can run Windows too?



yes, and probably will, because like most Mac OS users, they are not content with their OS so have to dual boot there systems with Windows.

KillFelix

In 5 years time a PC of equivalent value will be worth diddly squat, but … In 5 years time a PC of equivalent value will be worth diddly squat, but I guarantee these will still be fetching over £500, even 2nd hand.


Well I doubt they will be still making this model in 5 weeks time let alone 5 years.

We resell Apple product through our shop, purchased through Computer 2000 (Distributor) and you can indeed get sealed boxes with wired keyboard & mouse. So the box will be sealed just with that configuration chosen.

Banned

Be aware that business sales do not offer the same buyer protection as retail sales. That said, this is an excellent price

ChampionshipManager

Not Haswell.



That would be more important if this were a laptop. As a desktop unit the battery life savings aren't important, and the slight increase in performance won't justify the major increase in price.

Not that I'd pay 800 quid for a 21.5" all in one desktop in this day and age anyway, but hot for (comparative!) price.

Banned

alexnuggz

yes, and probably will, because like most Mac OS users, they are not … yes, and probably will, because like most Mac OS users, they are not content with their OS so have to dual boot there systems with Windows.



Lol. Very funny.

I've only ever seen one dual boot Mac and that was purely to see how Windows ran on it, it was never really used for practical purposes.

Ordered! I was actually thinking about exactly this model. With the 8% quidco off, the price is unbeatable. Lets see if it actually goes through though...

KillFelix

Lol. Very funny.I've only ever seen one dual boot Mac and that was purely … Lol. Very funny.I've only ever seen one dual boot Mac and that was purely to see how Windows ran on it, it was never really used for practical purposes.



I have an MBPR 15" as my work laptop that dual boots/runs parallels a copy of Win7 ultimate. Reason being is it saves me from having two machines when I do a lot of repairs & work on both OS's. Gives me portability and power at the same time and makes my job a hell of a lot easier! But we have lots of customers who use it for accounting software.
Edited by: "jackdopson2007" 4th Jun 2013

redmamoth

I've always wanted a Mac, I think the hardware apple produce is stunning. … I've always wanted a Mac, I think the hardware apple produce is stunning. The only thing that puts me off is that iTunes on the PC is hands down the most un-intuitive, slow, buggy POS software I've ever used in my life. It worries me that the whole mac OS will be the same.



I switched recently, Mac OS is awesome, you wont regret it. I have Windows 8 installed in the bootcamp partion (which allow you to easily dual-boot) and I never use it. iTunes is MUCH better on Mac. The App Store is great, multiple screens are brilliant, if you have an iphone or ipad the icloud stuff works well (photo stream, safari tabs, notes, facetime, iMessage etc.)

Excellent price...

dont be put off by the wired kb/mouse config as i found them more reliable than the wireless ones, more practical (since the wired kb has the num key too) and less maintenance (no batteries charging, etc). horses for courses i guess.

still missing windows? 2 ways to compensate this, by bootcamp and/or parallels

itunes - not necessity for most user but runs way better in mac

but nothing can beat windows for gaming and thats why i still love my pc - gamings never been cheap and hardcore!
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