Saturday, December 1, 2012

A trimmed-down, amped-up new iMac


CNET Editors' Rating

4.0 stars - Excellent

The good: A thin new design and a competitive, logical set of core component updates keep Apple's top-end iMac on elite ground.

The bad: The lack of HDMI input is frustrating, and Apple's continued reluctance to add a touch screen may bother some.

The bottom line: Apple sticks to the fundamentals with the new iMac, relying on design, strong features, and overall polish to maintain its leadership among high-end all-in-ones.