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Apple iMac 2021 M1 8 Core CPU 7 Core GPU 8GB 256GB SSD 24" 4.5K - £1065.96 delivered using code @ buyitdirectdiscounts / eBay
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Brilliant 4.5K Retina display: see the big picture and all the details See it all in sharp, glorious detail on the immersive 24‑inch 4.5K Retina display. The P3 wide colour gamut brings wha…
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I need two displays often so I would but whatever works for you. Having said that I’ve been surprised how much I can get done on the iMac 24 split screen due to the resolution. To be honest though once you get used to spaces on Mac OS you can be productive even on an Air 11 or MacBook 12.


The Macboook would be a supplementary display in that configuration, you wouldn't look at it often. I really liked that macbook design too, I have a feeling the next Macbook Air is going to use that design with an updated keyboard.


Actually better for your posture too (lol) not 100% but that looks like a top end Dell monitor as well that on their own cost iMac 24 prices! The fact that there is an MX master combo there makes that probable (lol) MacBook 12 inch? One of my favourite macs that everyone else hates! The conflict is real (lol) You’d definitely be better putting that on laptop stand to the left and getting a MX keys mini as your back/neck will thank you long term!


Can also pivot/rotate unlike iMac


You dont.

HP 24-ck0000na All-in-One PC – Ryzen 5 5625U (2022) with HP 710 Black Wireless Keyboard and mouse combo - £549.98 delivered @ HP
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Windows 11 Home AMD Ryzen™ 5 5625U 8 GB RAM 256 GB SSD 60.5 cm (23.8 "), FHD (1920 x 1080), 250 nits, 72% NTSC AMD Radeon™ Graphics Included: HP 710 Black Wireless Keyboard and mouse c…

Is there a code, website says £649.99?


Love my AIO - current MSI is on its last legs after 11 years of service so just this week picked up a new boxed HP Ryzen 7 quad core with 8GB ram, 256GB SSD and a 2TB HDD from a famous auction site for £345 delivered. Has a HDMI in slot as well which is handy.


I've got my AIO and I've used it maybe 10 times in 3 years. For some reasons I prefer the laptop convenience. I regret getting the AIO to be honest. I used to prefer PCs instead of laptops and AIO was the answer as I don't like cables. The place is tidy now, but what's the point if I use the laptop instead.


Looks nice. I've been wondering about an all-in-one instead of a new laptop. Don't specifically need a laptop just something that can be moved easily off the table.


Ram is 4x2gb 3200mhz for anyone wondering

LENOVO IdeaCentre AIO 3 23.8" All-in-One PC - AMD Ryzen 3, 256 GB SSD, Black - £399 @ Currys
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
- The AMD Ryzen 3 processor is perfect for work, browsing and entertainment - you can edit spreadsheets, crop photos and enjoy watching your favourite shows - Its Full HD IPS display giv…

It'll be enough to crop photos though ;)


Why? Processor is on a par with 11th gen i5, it can handle 3200 ram & comes with its own screen. It needs 4gb ram added for about £20. All the above negative comments are based on one user stating their in-laws have the hard drive & it is awful. That user is wrong. I believe it is a 256GB M2 SSD in there. When the OPs' in laws have a 256GB traditional hard drive. Nothing makes this machine awful but it lacks 4gb ram.


Oh god awful spec machine


This is the kinda computer you get prior to getting an iMac and then say it's way better than windows.


Unfortunately out of stock!

2021 Apple iMac All-in-One (24", Apple M1 chip, 4 ports, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 4.5K Retina Display) Silver £1,099 @ Amazon
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Back down again. Personal computer design type - All in One Specific uses for product - Personal Model name - Apple M1 RAM memory installed size - 8GB Operating system - Mac OS CPU model - …
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Get deal*Get deal*

Mmmmm speck!


yeah absolutely. I'm typing this on my macbook pro, which I've had almost exactly two years. It has a 1TB drive. This is the space all the apps I use are taking up: There are loads of apps I don't use but just haven't bothered to uninstall, and some heavier bits like Cubase 10 / Reason 5 / an array of other audio editing apps - none of which I need on here as I have them all on my desktop and use them there. I could easily cut down my applications folder to less than 20gb if could be bothered. I use google docs / sheets / photos, so don't need Office or any local equivalent. I don't need photoshop as i use in the browser. Loads of stuff I used to use all gets done online now. I picked dropbox as I've been using it for years and I like the integration with mac finder and chrome OS, but if you put a gun to my head I could easily drop it and just use google drive instead, I'm just too lazy to move everything around. The best thing about all of this is that I'm relatively free of the anxiety of losing data if a hard drive corrupts or some other disaster. As it happens, I've got a new chromebook arriving tomorrow (bought one of the lenovo flex 5i's from a currys deal on here a few days ago. FYI it has a 128gb drive). It will arrive, I'll log in with my google account, chrome will instantly have all my bookmarks and extensions, including the chrome dashlane extension.. so I'll just log into that as well. Then I'll just connect the chromeOS files app to my dropbox so it's easier to navigate than doing it in a browser window (although I could do that if i really had to) and that's it. Everything will be working and available to me in probably less than 15 mins from opening the box. Today I ordered another cheap Lenovo chromebook with a 32gb drive, and that will be fine as well.


Imagine paying 1100 pounds for a 24 inch display with horrible motion response, 8gb, 256 ssd unupgradable machine in 2022 and considering it a good price...


Woeful storage. Thats the minimum id want on a phone nowadays never mind a desktop. Also as well as the m1 chip works on apple, anyone interested in dual booting windows via bootcamp would be better served with an older intel model Edit:just realised its only 8gb ram. There are phones with more than this. If you want a pretty machine to surf the web and do office work i suppose its alright. If you even occasionally do more than that I'd stay well clear.


Interesting and very inspiring. Do you find 256gb is sufficient for operating system+software then? Because you can’t store them in Dropbox. And why did you choose Dropbox over other cloud services?

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HP 24-dp0070na 23.8in Ryzen 3 8GB 256GB All-in-One PC £343.99 with code free click and collect Argos
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
The HP All-in-One PC blends the power of a desktop with the beauty of a slim, three-sided micro-edge display for one dependable device designed to grow with you. With easy upgrades in three …
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Sorry, i didn't suggest there is a HDMI in or out, I only said people don't need to attach a monitor to a AIO PC, otherwise there is no point paying more for the AIO factor. As far as I remember, my Acer AIO has a HDMI input, but I've never used it. Here is some info I found, if it helps:


Wait is the HDMI port an input or an output? @lumsdot said there was no HDMI input but then @sheffield788 replied that people buying AIOs didn't need an extra monitor implying it was an input and not an output


People who want AIO do not need an extra monitor, that's why they get AIO. You compare a brand new integrated product with 2nd hand ebay products with no warranty. Apple and pears. Not a deal for you clearly, but in between your suggestion and this deal, I definetely prefer thus one. So maybe a bad deal for you, because you don't want a AIO, not because the product is bad. AIO is for a specific market. Like with any product that comes integrated, if anything breaks, there is a risk the product ends in the bin. Anyway, you can open a AIO and can replace most parts. Maybe not as easy as doing it on a 'normal' PC, but you can do it.


such a bad deal, no hdmi input to monitor and if anything breaks it all goes in the bin get a new 24 inch IPS monitor for about $100 and get a hp prodesk 400 mini pc (which is tiny) with an i5 6th or 7th gen processor with 8gb and SSD and windows for about $100 on ebay, will only be about 5/6 years old, and will look like new


Cowell retail Park have some. Unfortunately that's 100 miles from me.

2021 Apple iMac (24-inch, Apple M1 chip with 8‑core CPU and 8‑core GPU, 4 ports, 8GB RAM, 256GB) - Blue £1254 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
mmersive 24-inch 4.5K Retina display with P3 wide color gamut and 500 nits of brightness Apple M1 chip delivers powerful performance with 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU Strikingly thin 11.5 mm …

Your talking about phones, if you read into it that’s to optimise battery as it gets older, if you replace battery the device goes back to how it was. You really need to stop cherry picking bits of info. I don’t own an iMac, I use a pc with a 3080 in it to game at 4k. It cost twice as much as this but it’s just a box to you I could of got for £600 lol.. I own surface laptops what are lower specs than this but cost as much as well but they work well and you pay for what you get. I happy to pay premiums for my iPhones and iPads as I know they are a premium and quality products. Try spending some money and try things for yourself..


Day to day task slightly different to photo editing. you can get a chromebook for day to day tasks. it’s not just apple what optimise good any company what designs the operating systems gets the best out of the hardware eg, Google pixel devices, Microsoft surface products are great. But you pay a premium.


Completely different, laptop components are less powerful and don’t have the power to run components at full whack, you are showing your lack of knowledge. Easy to learn look at benchmarks..


You edit photos on a 2012 iMac ? The non 4K version ?


It's all about how they are assembled and optimised. My MacBook is made of aluminium and survived a fall down a flight of stairs. 2 keys on my ThinkPad stoped responding after 2 years. But your Asus still works, so....