Apple’s 21.5″ iMac now has a variant with a 4K display and better Intel CPUs (still no discrete GPU though). In addition, the 5K display is now standard in all 27″ iMacs. Finally, Apple’s wireless keyboard, mouse, and trackpad have built-in rechargeable batteries.
Designed with creative pros in mind, the 27″ Retina iMac has a crazy 5120×2800 screen – 67% more pixels than a 4K display. Has a 3.5GHz Core i5 or 4.0GHz Core i7 CPU, Thunderbolt 2, Radeon R9 GPU and a 1TB Fusion drive.
A smartly designed aluminum stand for iMacs and Apple Thunderbolt monitors, which includes front-facing USB ports, and audio jack and magnetic docking cradles to hold and charge a wide variety of smartphones or tablets.
In their endless desire for clean design, Apple neglected to put any USB ports on the front or side of its slim iMacs. BlueLounge fixes that with this J-shaped port extender, which moves a USB port up front. We’d like one in silver though.
More accurate than its predecessor as well as pressure-sensitive. It’s angle agnostic to adapt to various grips, and has two receiver options: one for iPad and another which lets you draw on your iMac.