GADGET DESIGNER Apple's ultra thin 21.5in Imac will go on sale in the UK on Friday, following its launch back in October.
Apple announced today that the 21.5in Imac will be available to buy through its stores and online shop from 30 November, priced at £1,099 and £1,249 for the 2.7GHz and 2.9GHz models, respectively.
Those after Apple's larger super skinny 27in Imac still have a while to wait though, as the firm revealed that it won't be available until December. However, it will be available to order through its online store on Friday, priced at £1,499 for the 2.9GHz model and £1,699 for the 3.2GHz quad-core variant.
The new Imac models were unveiled at the end of October alongside the Ipad Mini, and offer a completely redesigned Apple desktop experience. The ultra thin models come with upgraded processors, a 1TB hard drive and 8GB of memory, which can be upgraded to a 3TB hard drive and 32GB of memory.
Of course, they also come running Apple's latest Mac OS X Mountain Lion operating system, which provides the Imacs with Ilife, Iwork and professional software.
"With a stunning design, brilliant display and faster performance, we've made the world's leading all-in-one desktop computer better in every way," said Apple SVP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller.
"The all-new Imac is unbelievably thin, yet packs an incredible amount of performance and technology into our most innovative desktop," he burbled. µ
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