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Surface Studio 2 Desktop PC - £3,015 @ Microsoft
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
£3,015.00 incl. VAT Add to cart Surface Studio 2 with keyboard and mouse Display 28” PixelSense™ Display with 4500 x 3000 (192 PPI) resolution, 3:2 aspect ratio, and 10 point multi… Read more
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vazzt

I’ve brought this machine from John Lewis with staff discount of 12% and I must admit it’s an amazing machine and I brought to replace my iMac 27 late 2013 which I sold for £700. I think for the £1900 a I had to pay it’s worth it but at £3,000 I wouldn’t have bothered.

ImSkintButRichWithLove

You are aware that Microsoft are the biggest software company in the world and literally own the corporate market right? MSP and Teams are not operating systems, niether is WebSphere which is actually made by IBM..... I would be interested to see a better alternative to this as there literally isn't a product like it to compare.....show me a better all in one PC that folds flat into a drawing table, that has handwriting recognition and support for the Surface Dial Sure this is an expensive niche product for a narrow audience but I'm genuinely keen to hear what alternative you can suggest.

Resseh

I have the surface studio 1. The screen is incredible. Hopefully they decide to sell it as a monitor in the future. The first gen was awful due to the hard disk drive being so slow. Cooling is a bit pants too. Second gen fixed the hdd with a SSD. But I think it still runs hot and loud.

CoeK

Terrible spec. But I don't think it would be that easy to get a similar screen.

CoeK

Sure thing XD

Refurbished Apple iMac 21.5" A1311 Core i3 540 3.0Ghz 4GB 500GB OS High Sierra £180 with code @ ITZoo
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
This is a good company for refurbs, they give a good description. Yes it's a 10 year old Mac but for £180 delivered, its not a bad deal. The iMac "Core i3" 3.06 21.5-Inch Aluminum… Read more
TheBC

I think this is a great deal. For reference if it helps people, two years ago I was still using a late 2009 iMac (Core 2 Duo) which was more than capable given the following. It was very easy to: 1. upgrade the RAM - I had 12 GB using some spare sticks 2. replace the HDD with an SSD - I used a spare 256GB Crucial 3. replace the optical drive with an HDD - I had a spare 1TB 7200rpm It was easy because the screen was magnetic and easy to remove, parts were user changeable and you could cheaply buy an optical bay to HDD convertor (less than £10 I recall). If you remove the original HDD like I did (500GB in my case) you lose the inbuilt temperature thermistor and need to use the free exirion Fan Control software in the background. Having done this, imagine my horror when I got a great deal on a 2015 quad core retina iMac and my boot time went from 30sec (fully laden) to over 3 mins (with barely any software on). Outlook went from a 5 second load to over a minute to respond. I did to OS re-installs just to check there wasn't a problem. No improvement. Replacing the HDD with an SSD was a real pain with the stuck on screen (plus €30 replacement kit) and I'm stuck with 8GB RAM which is sufficient. That difference was like night and day - load times down to approx the same as my Core 2 Duo on the earlier OS. With a machine like this, I would say it is fine for Web, Office, light graphics work etc (the Core i3 is notably better than what I was using quite happily - I'm into tech BTW) but: 1. you cannot upgrade to the latest MacOS - if this bothers you 2. your processor/GPU are the weak point - so games and photo/video manipulation will be no good. Everything is else fine if you do the upgrades and ideal if you have spare parts Hope that helps somebody. iFixit is your friend :)

deadduck_145

ah great - really appreciate your help thank you

Pezza2u

Ah, you have the newer model that's thinner? You'll need this guide then as the screen is stuck down with double sided foam and you'd need to buy a replacement set as well. I bought my early 2009 iMac 5 years a go for £250, spent under £100 on the RAM and SSD and it's like a new machine. It boots in seconds and I've had no issues at all. But it's at the age where I can't install newer versions of software such as Office 365 and that's down to it not being able to upgrade macOS. Yes there are ways around it as posted above but some of my older software won't run on it. I also have a late 2009 MacBook with an SSD and that also boots in seconds. I don't use iCloud but do have OneDrive, which I've not had any issues with across both Mac's and my Android phone.

deadduck_145

thank you - appreciate that. I recently bought a 2013 and I get the loading circle a lot, very frustrating as its quick otherwise. another question - do you have iCloud connected? I've got it across my devices (phone, air, iMac) just as I'm sorting everything out but Im thinking this might be slowing it down ?

Pezza2u

Yes I followed this guide - https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+24-Inch+EMC+2267+Hard+Drive+Replacement/9028 Don't bother getting a bracket for the SSD, just use strong velcro to hold it in place, they're so light. Probably easier with someone helping who can hold the screen up while you change the drive as you don't want to disconnect the cable and remove it completely.

Refurbished - Grade A2 - HP Pro 3520 20" All in One PC - £176.94 delivered by Morgan Computers
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
I suspect I'll get criticized by the IT crowd for not have enough megaflops, but this might be a handy little setup. Windows 10 version available for £200: morgancomputers.co.uk/… Read more
Ashe

We're not talking about a gaming computer though. I have a G2020 in a home server, it's fine for what it does. Your 2013 CPU still holds up on modern games - this 2013 CPU still holds up on general office applications. And it's safe to say that the CPU demands of a 2019 game compared to a 2013 game is a bigger difference than between the demands of, say, Office 2013 and Office 2019.

scousethief

Brrrrr about the same time your junk computers were originally being introduced to the landfill. These are Cash Converters daily deal JUNK at best. Buyer beware.

Cuthb3rt

They're not necessarily outdated - I think the computer I've just replaced has a 2013 CPU and still holds up on modern games. But it's not this CPU, which is very poor.

Ashe

It's perhaps a bit overpriced depending on how much someone values it being 'ready to use' (except for Windows 7 being unsupported now), but the CPU is still absolutely fine for general office type work (just needs a SSD - like any machine). Always bizarre when people slate off 2013 era machines as being outdated, despite the need for more CPU power not really being an issue since then, except for heavy duty things like video editing and image processing. My main laptop is Sandy Bridge and does the job fine - this is Ivy Bridge, the next generation. It's absolutely fine (and I'm typing this on a Ryzen 3700x, so not as if I'm used to old machines).

zcaprd7

Agreed, that's what I said in the first post, but you can get one on here for £20, and a stick of ram, probably won't hurt. It is probably £30 to £50 more than a really good bargain, but I thought it might be useful for someone working from home who don't want all the hassle. Also, you're paying a bit extra for the customer service, which has always been good from Morgan (at least for me, in the past).

Apple iMac 21.5" 14,1 A1418 Core i5 4570R 2.7Ghz 8GB 1TB Catalina OS (Grade A Refurbished) - £315 delivered using code @ ITZOO
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Do not know if this is a good price but itzoo are a trusted seller. £315 with discount code Grade: A-Grade Refurbished Minor Marks to Base Brand & Model: Apple iMac … Read more
charltonator

Itzoo are good, but if they’ve sold out then you can always use their prices as a reference point on eBay

padamowicz93

Itzoo are great, bought pcs from the number of times.

BarGin

You can easily boot from a USB 3.0 SSD. I do with mine. Nice and quick.

Ready4Whatever

It doesn’t mean you can Trust them. Have got a lot decent deals and would be interested in one. But I have never heard of them.

sonofgojira

takes no more than 5 minutes. I will provide a link for the tool kit. Which cost 15 pounds. I added SSD to mine, and its phenomenal for the price. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07DXKRHYQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Currently unavailable but regularly stocked. Just be gentle and and don't rush. No chance of cracking unless you drop the screen.

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Apple iMac i5 8GB PC £603 (Used) @ ITZOO
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Apple iMac i5 8GB PC £603 (Used) @ ITZOO
Still overpriced like all Apple products (in my humble opinion) but this might help someone and ITZOO offer quality used products in my experience.
rd3d2

Can you build a Hakintosh with a Raspberry Pi?

AdolfHeatler

No SSD but 1TB HDD!!!

cjhilton49

The only things at that price are either a new screen or a logic board,think you need to post a link to your bargain

pc_tech86

Where the links at?

BS1234

You definitely can’t(lol) (lol)

Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 21.5" FHD All in One PC Intel Pentium 5405U 4GB / 128GB SSD for £243.99 delivered (using code) @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 21.5" FHD All in One PC Intel Pentium 5405U 4GB / 128GB SSD for £243.99 delivered (using code) @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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The guys at Laptop Outlet love an eBay code, and here is the Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 21.5" all in One PC with Intel Pentium 5405U 4GB 128GB SSD again — great for school or work, or … Read more
SimonHockaday

Thank you!

Akira_Cat

Not great

SimonHockaday

What would this be like for gaming?

mmajeed

Looking for a all in one pc with wide-screen. Any decnet deal?suggestions?

tony_mirga

Looking out for a touchscreen all in one pc for work. Any deals would be greatly appreciated

Apple iMac (2019) 27 inch with Retina 5K display, 3.1GHz 6-core 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ i5 1TB Fusion Drive £1800 / £1620 with BNPL code @ Very
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Apple iMac (2019) 27 inch with Retina 5K display, 3.1GHz 6-core 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ i5 1TB Fusion Drive £1800 / £1620 with BNPL code @ Very
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Apple IMac (2019) 27 Inch With Retina 5K Display, 3.1GHz 6-Core 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ I5 Processor, 1TB Fusion Drive and 8 Gb Ram MRR02B/A model Comes out at £1620 with 10% off … Read more
mysticus

i been doing this job for over 20 years now, and this is my job, i ve to know ins and outs and stay up to date... for me apple has became more of a fashion brand and status item... i know people in design have to stick to certain apple products due to companies they work for and requirements of the tools... but apple is definitely over priced and it is their brand they can name the price, but people justifying the price based on design rather than function gets me really... because i have seen enough people buying mac for the sake of the name and buying it for their primary school kids too... 99% of the time people in my experience are buying for the status/brand not function... macs' thin design features cause a lot more headache in the long run if you are doing serious work but as i said if you re happy and have to use it, you ll use it no matter what anyone says... i d much rather get a lenovo thinkpad than a macbook because a, it will work like a machine it is supposed to b without worrying bumps and liquids and drops, not like a fashion model fragile beauty that will be blown in the first wind... when things go wrong which when i usually invoice to fix, clients dont like what they see/hear... well... and i have seen soo many pro macs gone bust usually thanx to thinness and inadequate cooling space/materials due to design flaw! and apple usually admit these long after people got rid of the broken machines in the bins or paid hefty prices to fix them... but dont take it from me... you are the end user and your experience/mileage of course varies... i m not trying to change you, like you, i m only pointing my opinions/experience and doing a civilized discussion... i always tell my customers/clients my opinion and they decide... which they usually go apple brand despite saying for example a £700-800 laptop with i7/16gb ram/512gb nvme ssd/discreet gfx/ expensive machine, they go get a £2000 macbook with similar specs or lesser mac pro 13! and all they do is check email do a few spreadsheet...

david_robinson94

Sorry for the delayed response, have been rather busy of late. I’ve no doubt the Dell notebook you linked is faster than the MacBook Pro, it’s also far bigger, thicker and heavier which makes it a lot easier to fit in the goodies that it has. Price wise I’d concur you get more power for your money there, but not really a fair comparison based on the dimensions. The workstation you link is a great deal, it’s also using the previous generation Xeon CPU’s and has a much slower SSD. I think you and I look at things from a different perspective, in effect neither of us are “wrong” we just have different priorities and see “value” in different areas. On a personal level I want something that just works out of the box. Being heavily invested in the Apple Ecosystem everything talks to each other and I don’t have to mess around with multiples apps from different vendors who all want to sell my data. I care about aesthetics, and much prefer the premium materials and design, yes I am aware that I pay for this, but I’d rather have less “stuff” but for what I do have to be of good quality. It’s why I use Bowers & Wilkins headphones. I don’t doubt that there are headphones out there that are louder or have more features. But I prefer the premium materials such as the calf skin leather on my ears. Where you see needless expense for something that I could build myself for less I see a beautifully designed product that feels that someone cared about the look and feel. Apple is not perfect and I feel that with the previous generation MacBook Pro keyboards they strayed into the realm of form over function and am pleased to see them altering course with the new 16” MacBook Pro. I’m a reasonably technical person, on occasion I’ll build a PC for someone else and enjoy staying up to date with the latest technology. But I’m in a different place to the young and broke geek I was 20 years ago. I have a reasonable salary and would rather spend my time with the wife and kids then building a custom rig or messing around with software patches. To each their own, you’ll not be able to change me and I’ll not be able to change you, but perhaps one day we’ll meet by accident and share a couple of beers.

mysticus

laptop dell precision 7540 series (workstation class) top of the line base model with i9 8 core, 16gb ram 512nvme and quadro 4gb comes out to £1900 macbook pro 16 with i7 6c same ram same ssd starts at £2400 mind you this has lower spec cpu, identical cpu model starts at £2800! imac pro range is new so not an exact like for like, but hp had z1 series with close enough specs at £2500 tags and dell had precision 5720 series around 1800 starting point... no current imac pro comparable workstation models at moment so cant tell like for like... desktop/tower (workstation) hp z8: xeon 8 core, 64gb ram, +8gb quadro, 1tb ssd starts at £3384 dell precision 7920 same/similar spec below, specced at £3560 mac pro: xeon 8 core, 32gb ram, 8gb rad pro, 256gb ssd starts at £5500 and there are third party custom brands that will get same specs to mac pro less than half! go figure if you go for full rack/server specs... lest say hp dl385, spec with 2x 24c epyc cpu, 64gb ram, 8gb radeon pro, 1tb samsung nvme pro, will come around £3500-4000 depending on the supplier you purchase from and they all come with 3yrs on site warranty incl... apple u you know u have to purchase it yourself... moreover there are cheaper brands too! also if your science team is really good and have no budget constraints, why dont they spec it themselves? at apple's price point you can custom build 2x32core machine with much higher ram and better ssd and gfx card? not all pros have unlimited budget and/or free time to finish project at their own will... i wont name the studio but here is a hint a current blockbuster movie made using amd epyc speced servers and they got 5x time saving during project which translated to quick effects/results which allowed people to go home on time and finish projects early... of course your science team maybe has certain specific requirements/limitations regarding hardware and software choices due to the projects and again software to run it... and you are wrong, macs are not 24/7 365 smooth rides either... when things go wrong they go very wrong very quickly and cost arms and legs replace! i do this professionally long enough so i m not gonna further discuss why apple is way overpriced with you anymore because you are not getting it, my point is apple charges way too much for what you are getting due to eye candy design, i ve no qualm about quality, but your point about win/linux machines being too generic and unstable is unfounded, non apple branded machines/os are good, your point about stability comes from third party softwares... which apple itself suffers too! also your point about dodgy software? you mean mac os? or drivers/loaders that prevent you running mac os on non magic hardware? come on, have you done a hackintosh yourself nor used one? all you have to be careful about is apple's updates that reinstate third party blocks! they just run like normal macs to... anyway as i said i see no need to discuss with you further since you are stuck with apple being too stable for your projects and priced ok (for you) so you are happy with what you have no need for me to burst your buble...

david_robinson94

Ok, amaze me. Find a direct equivalent to the new Mac Pro from Dell, or whomever you wish. Then price it up. I think you’ll be very surprised at just how well priced those machines are! Hackintosh, in a corporate environment. What planet are you on. The team have these machines running pretty much 24/7 365 days a year. They don’t have time to mess around with dodgy software work arounds a etc! The iMac Pro and Mac Pro are designed for that small niche of professionals who need the power they provide. The average consumer doesn’t care if their computer has an Intel Core i5 instead of a Core i7, they just want it to work and work well. Out of the box the consumers Macs do just that, and millions of customers are very happy. Can you buy a traditional PC cheaper? Of course you can. Can you build one even cheaper than buying one off the shelf, of course you can. But that’s not really the point. I ran my previous MacBook Pro for 8 years before deciding to upgrade. I got £270 on Gumtree for it, and my initial buy in was £999. The third extra I spent on buying the computer I got back when I sold it. I could have saved that £270 up front and just bought a Dell or something, but then I’d have had to use a crappy trackpad, plastic case, Windows 8, etc. Instead I got the Rolls Royce MacBook with the metal casing, wonderful trackpad, light up keyboard, etc, and my operating system of choice. For me it’s a no brainer. I could buy a PC laptop or build an ugly hackintosh, but as I won’t save much, if any, money in the long run what’s the point.

mysticus

"Apple exclusively uses Samsung manufactured SSD" no they dont, they used both toshiba and samsung chips... and you were lucky to get the samsung ones for sometime initially... "Mixing retail pricing with the bulk pricing Apple pays makes no sense as you, the consumer, only pay retail pricing to Apple." well it does if you are trying to shrink the pricing apple charges customer and fanboys to justify it... apple charges £600 for an upgrade, where as you can get a retail one for less than half the price for a pro model that is much better than the ones sold to oem for bulk sales models! apple does not use the top of the range models, they never did! it is not in their best interest for profit margin purposes! there are oem/bulk models, there are std retail models, and there are pro models that both performance and longevity is top notch as well as a 10 year warranty!!! ask apple to change your faulty ssd after one year (without an extended warranty that is fancy name and very expensive for an insurance policy!)? however you slice the argument, you are worse off!!! "That Apple makes more money from smartphones than the Mac is irrelevant," They have been shifting to consumers more and more for quite sometimes now, and their product cycles/periods also showing the trend, maybe it is irrelevant to you, but most of their pro stuff super basic over priced "show off/status" items now... what was pro once becoming a niche for pros, and soon i m guessing will be really niche or abandoned.... "Fortune 500 sized company" will be relevant for consumer pc sales! because majority of their sales are to hipsters and show offs nowadays... if you are really pro/scientist, get a £1000 pc and turn it into a hackintosh within a few hours, make it a £5000 mac beater! soon you will see macs will start using amd cpus too, which will make them a much more generic brand than they are now, but because it will have the apple logo it will be the new magic machine that is so not a regular pc! only reason why you call hackintoshes unreliable is only due to apple using certain chips/tricks to stop people using mac os in non magic computers that are not apple branded! no other reasons... 90+% of their stuff are third party parts that you can actually buy off the shelf from pc parts stores anywhere local/online! "Obviously they don’t know what they are doing and only chose the setup they have because they felt like wasting money....... Or perhaps, just perhaps they know what they are doing, it is their job after all." thats you saying it all, for me, i can put together a hackintosh that will run fine for your science club without hick up, for 1/4-1/5th of apple equivalent... but cant do so commercially due to obvious reasons... and apple doesnt want any company to run mac os, for obvious $$$£££ reasons... not because apple makes great hardware they dont! they just use off the shelf parts, for now... in mobile market, they are making their own cpu with licensed arm model, but if they switch on that arm cpus to macs, they may be relevant again but that is to be seen until their performance figures comes out that if it ever materializes!...

Apple iMac 21.5" 13,1 A1418 Core i5 2.7Ghz 8GB 1TB El Capitan OS - £378 delivered with 1 Year Warranty at ITZOO
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Apple iMac 21.5" 13,1 A1418 Core i5 2.7Ghz 8GB 1TB El Capitan OS - £378 delivered with 1 Year Warranty at ITZOO
No idea if this is a good deal as not a APPLE fan but for £378 delivered with a 12 month warranty, it may interest someone. 5 star review states : "original apple keyboard and mo… Read more
rodman

Press expire button.

MartShoe

Please expire.

sonofgojira

If you know how to change HDD then it's decent. If not, stay very far away

harrythefish

I stand corrected, I am on about iMac Pro the all in one unit. The Mrs would not tolerate anything else in the dining room. iMac base units would be more adaptable for sure.

aLV426

They do plan stopping ESU (Extended Security Updates) in January 2023, it costs $50 to get the patches per machine - (although they are cute about it as it increments to $100 in year & $200 in year 3, yes it's all US pricing). If you are a big organisation they do offer substantial discounts though. Also worth pointing out that it debuted in 2009... Mac OS X debuted in 2001, although to be fair you won't find many updates for the original 10.0.1 (although there are still no known security vulnerabilities). 2007 saw the end of PowerPC support and it appears Apple decided to make the second Intel only supported OS the oldest one they provide an upgrade path from (10.6 (2009) was the first macOS with Intel support). So support has been continuous from 10.7 (2010) - (if you powered on a Mac running 10.7 you could upgrade it to 10.11 and from there to 10.15). So it remains to be seen if Apple will continue freely supporting 10.7. I guess you could say it has currently supported the OS longer than MS, Microsoft has shifted to a paid support model now after 11 years...

Refurbished Apple iMac (Core i5, 8GB Ram, 1TB HDD, Radeon Pro 570, 27" 5K Display) All In One £768.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Refurbished Apple iMac (Core i5, 8GB Ram, 1TB HDD, Radeon Pro 570, 27" 5K Display) All In One £768.97 @ Laptops Direct
Down from £1,099. Refurbished (A1 Graded, good as new) Model: A1/MNE92B/A 5K Retina Display The updated Apple iMac 5K 27" (2017) features an incredible 5K Retina Display. Wi… Read more
Aaronnn

They, charged me, however. They are saying that the item was damaged when inspected in warehouse. Customer service, gave me a A2 for same price delivery tomorrow. But had a call late this evening that, they need to £350+ difference for them to send! This isn’t fair.

S.c.0.TT.y

Yep mines came. it was boxed - no mouse or keyboard as expected. The only defect i can see is a small chip on the display on the bezel where it meets the aluminium. Not enough to notice and only seen it when i took a torch to it to inspect. keeper.

lbphillips

all unpacked and it is in perfect condition as far as I can see. Very happy bunny. Came with keyboard and mouses too. Just upgrading to Catalina and then will get all my stuff installed.

Aaronnn

Did yours come?

Aaronnn

Mine got cancelled today

Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 21.5" FHD All in One PC Intel Pentium 5405U 4GB 128GB SSD £304.99 @ laptopoutletdirect / eBay
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Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 21.5" FHD All in One PC Intel Pentium 5405U 4GB 128GB SSD £304.99 @ laptopoutletdirect / eBay
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Intel Pentium / 2.30GHz 4GB RAM / No HDD HDD 21.5 in Display Windows 10 Home Condition: Brand New
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Apple iMac 5K 27" i5 2TB Fusion RX580 8GB (2017) £1499 @ Currys
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Apple iMac 5K 27" i5 2TB Fusion RX580 8GB (2017) £1499 @ Currys
Perhaps not as good a deal as yesterdays base model but this is a very capable machine with the RX 580 8GB Graphics for anyone into video editing etc, will even manage half decent … Read more
chrisredmayne

We went for this one... ao.com/product/mrqy2ba-apple-imac-5k-desktop-silver-67184-253.aspx?&WT.z_PT=Computing&WT.z_AT=Desktops&WT.z_BR=Apple&WT.z_FT=Free Standing&WT.z_PC=MRQY2B/A&WT.srch=1&WT.z_MT=Affiliate&WT.z_RTM=PHG&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxJDfu-Kv5wIVRrDtCh20DAKFEAQYAiABEgL4qvD_BwE&WT.srch=1&WT.z_MT=onefeed&WT.z_RTM=PHG&WT.z_CN=1101l46734&WT.z_AT=&WT.z_KW=onefeed&WT.z_KT=PriceComparison I don't think there's any bargains really in the new iMac world currently so just went for something I think will last. After researching I thought the main things to get were a dedicated graphics card, fusion drive, and paying the extra for a 27 inch to have access to insert extra ram. In a few years if it slows down having the option to easily upgrade this should mean it'll always be at a decent standard I think

iconcreative

Having had Macs for the best part of 20 years I’m used to their product cycles. Given there was an update to iMacs in 2017 (March) and then 2019 (March) it’s not expected there will be an update now until (probably) March 2021. This is based on current cycles and they may well throw a curve ball in there. There are currently no rumours to suggest an refreshed iMac range will come in 2020.

chrisredmayne

What you gonna be using the computer for ? If it's mainly games then probably !

chrisredmayne

Do you know if there are any plans to make a new model soon ? In the market for one but I could wait if the 2019 ones are expected to come down in price . Sure these are more than capable but always good to try and future proof

rodman

ask google then.

APPLE iMac 5K 27" (2017) Intel® Core™ i5 Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD £1,099 @ Currys PC World
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APPLE iMac 5K 27" (2017) Intel® Core™ i5 Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD £1,099 @ Currys PC World
£1,099£1,47926%Currys PC World Deals
Good price Top features: - 5K Retina Display makes everything you do look stunning Space-saving design occupies minimal space without compromise - Beautifully designed f… Read more
Ed_in_London

Yes. There are 4 slots. I moved the 16gb to the main slots. Plus the 8 makes 40. Probably makes no difference which slots are used.

Mr.Krabs

I’ve got 2x16gb Ram on the way. It’s good to leave the 2x4gb in there then?

dejonge3

From 2017 all iMacs have USB3 / Thunderbolt 3 which are capable of speeds up to 40 GBPS... definitely fast enough to hook up a fast SSD for booting etc.

sheilacpr

I have this & im going to sell mine!

Ed_in_London

There is a flap on the back for ram upgrade. Very easy to add ram. I have same model with 40gb now.

PORTUS AIO-201 24” PRO ALL IN ONE PC INTEL I7 9TH GEN £899 @ Portus Digital
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PORTUS AIO-201 24” PRO ALL IN ONE PC INTEL I7 9TH GEN £899 @ Portus Digital
Just got one of these delivered this week and got a £100 voucher code although didn't work for me so had to contact company who did it for me. These are the specs but using it I h… Read more
sam_of_london

No 4k monitor or touchscreen , no usb c

RedRain

Wouldn't a full desktop cpu throttle alot in this

Apple iMac 27" Retina 5K Display All-in-One PC Core i5-7500, 8GB, 1TB (A grade Refurb) £929.99 Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet
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Apple iMac 27" Retina 5K Display All-in-One PC Core i5-7500, 8GB, 1TB (A grade Refurb) £929.99 Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet
£929.99£1,029.9910%Laptop outlet Deals
Good price for this A grade refurb, especially as this is the 5K model. Intel Core i5 (5th Gen) 7500U / 3.4 GHz Max Turbo Speed 3.8 GHz Quad Core Processor 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD … Read more
karlarmstrong

You sound like a right helmet mind.

thedopeyone

Replacing the HDD is not easy. I'm using a 2012 iMac with MacOs installed on 1tb MX500 SSD with USB 3.1 enclosure, it works super quick. Just be sure that your enclosure supports UASP.

plewis00

Exactly. And it’s a shame as this having a hard disk is the difference between a good deal and a not so good one. I’m sure many of us can swap a hard disk out but I don’t spend a grand to have to dismantle and cut the glue off the thing as soon as it arrives. It’s not even a Fusion Drive in this machine is it? The rest of the spec is respectable, especially the Radeon Pro 570 and excellent 5K display. 8GB of RAM is a bit stingy but easily fixed.

JOHNSON_Stevan

Erm. Thanks for the heads up. I bought this one at lunchtime. :)

byron

Well said dude.

Apple IMac 21.5 Inch, Intel® Core™ I5 Processor, 1Tb Hard Drive £1,049 with £200 cashback @ Very
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Apple IMac 21.5 Inch, Intel® Core™ I5 Processor, 1Tb Hard Drive £1,049 with £200 cashback @ Very
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£849 for a brand new iMac seems like a decent deal! Any thoughts ???
dheydl

You could put together a noisy old box with cheap components but not inside the monitor case. That is where the money goes. Miniaturisation costs. Maybe something like a higher end NUC with Thunderbolt ports is closer to the mark but then you are starting to get closer to iMac prices without the style, OS or support. Having had an iMac, AIOs are definitely not my thing but there is a market for these things and there are Windows based equivalents, most of which aren't really any cheaper.

kebabthief

Look, I've never been a fan of fruit based technology. Apples and Blackberrys, not my thing. I just don't get why people are paying these silly amounts of money for such a spec. I know it's the old build your own or buy one argument, but you could put together a PC of a similar spec for £300-£350. Monitors of that size will go for £20 on ebay or facebook groups. It's cold from me, not because it's fruit based, but that spec is nowhere near deserving of that price tag.

RVK

low spec and small screen thats whys the price is less.

Carson_Official

5400rpm drive on a £1k+ device. I'm not going to entertain this further.

theprofinuk

Fusion is not bad, but plain hdd is terrible. Less than 8g of ram not functional.

Refurbished Grade A Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 21.5" All in One PC with Intel Core i3 4GB RAM 1TB HDD £295.99 @ Laptop Outlet
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Refurbished Grade A Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 21.5" All in One PC with Intel Core i3 4GB RAM 1TB HDD £295.99 @ Laptop Outlet
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alcot33uk

I was going to say wow this is a great deal and 'add some RAM' then I saw the brutal video for the RAM upgrade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSHs1EOwfLs

New Apple iMac 27’’ Retina 5K Display 3.7 GHz 6-core Intel i5 2TB Silver - £1,749.97 at Amazon
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designer_friend

Ive got 4 sir.

cabstar

So it doesn’t have a 5k monitor nor any kind of support from Apple yeah I’ll stick to my iMac (y)

rodman

No one cares, you still don't own iMac.

designer_friend

The total price for my rig including keyboard, mouse and 4k 32" monitor was around £1250. Most of the parts procured here on hotukdeals. I have a 1tb nvme, a vega 56, i5 9600k, 32gb ram running at 3200mhz. And.... I can swap parts out at will. I also several Imacs. This hack smashes them to pieces.

Pájaro

Cold from me. I'm just not sure what you'd even be able to do with this system - it's got an amazingly nice screen, but it's so lacking in memory and processing capacity that it's useless for any sort of modern or demanding task, whether it be image, video or audio work, gaming, or whatever else. It'd be alright for web browsing and light office work, and it'd be good for consuming content, but I'd expect a bit more of a £1750 system, and certainly wouldn't want to use it as a workstation or creative platform.

Apple iMac 21.5" 14,1 A1418 Core i5 2.7Ghz 8GB 1TB El Capitan OS £365.59 at ITZOO
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Ted.Wales

Was it really difficult to fit? I’d be worried about cracking the screen.

amour3k

So, it's pretty much moreso a case of looking out for the 2011 versions of the iMac's then, etc?, fair enough ... Thanx.

plewis00

2012 I think, when they went for that 5mm thick design (which seems a bit disingenuous when it's the edge that's 5mm thick, if you made it knife-edge sharp is it less than 1mm now (lol) ). The 27" 2012 onwards at least have a memory access door, the 21.5" needed total disassembly to access that. 2011 and before was the unibody models with the magnetic glass on the front (you can tell because the glass goes to the edges on 3 sides) and then 2008 and before that too (where the glass doesn't touch the outer edge).

amour3k

Up to what year did Apple start fluffing about with these newer (and now more common) anti-consumer iMac model's then?. After their 2013 model? (so the 2014 was the first one that disallowed manyyyyyy thing's?). Or after their 2014 model? (or whatever?). Which version/year was their last actual usable iMac before alllllll these deliberate/drastic 'design changes' of theirs, etc etc etc?. Thanx.

plewis00

The 27" is easier and also has the memory access door. I didn't say it was impossible, it's just extremely anti-consumer and imagine slipping and going too deep - that's why it's advised you have a pizza cutter tool. You can replace the adhesive after but it's another thing so it's not as simple as with the older ones. There are often many ways of tackling a task but it's complicated with the newer iMacs just because that's how they made them - why not stick with magnetic pads? Literally no excuse.

Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 21.5" FHD All in One PC Intel Pentium 5405U 4GB 128GB SSD for £259.99 delivered (using code) @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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Rhoobarb

The problem is, a PC capable of running a vive needs to tick a few specific boxes, the t3600 (which is the Dell if I am not mistaken) is a business machine, aimed at more commercial multi-tasking activities, not really aimed at or suited to games. Not saying it won't run games. But I don't think it will run them well, especially without upgrading the graphics card (another 200+) The only real way I could see in getting a suitable vive capable pc would be to look for used on gumtree or ebay for Pc's in your area (most on ebay are pickup only) I am not sure what other route you could use because you need to meet certain 'techie' requirements. Taken from Vive's website: https://www.vive.com/eu/support/vive/category_howto/what-are-the-system-requirements.html People use the word 'gaming' a lot to try and indicate that it is a good machine, but, well, solitaire is a game.

Big.A

this or the i3 version for £50 more?

Tracie_Kemp

What is this and where would I get it? So sorry, I'm a complete noob when it comes to computers. I'm happy with referb but where would I go for This? Would this work with vive? Doesn't have to be great, just able to play on the games wanted. Sorry to ask but you lot on here, (other than making me laugh to myself a lot of the time) seem to know what you're talking about so any help will be much appreciated.

Rhoobarb

Maybe, but I don't think xeons/quadros are any good for VR.

mr_johnsie

You could get a refurb T3600 for around £200-£300. Wouldn't be all in one but it would be a lot more powerful than this computer and still have a warranty.

(Open Box - Grade A) Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 21.5" Best All in One PC Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD- £314.99 with code @ Ebay Laptop Outlet
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(Open Box - Grade A) Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 21.5" Best All in One PC Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD- £314.99 with code @ Ebay Laptop Outlet
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Seems a good price!
CaptainZero

I'm very surprised!

.MUFC.

You wouldn't be the first ;)

LRGM

Also. Thank you. That’s my wally of the week award won.

LRGM

Nope. Hands up. Ring that shame bell lol(shock)

.MUFC.

If you read their first comment, It doesn't look like a joke.

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