Apple revamped its iMac computer with Retina display
Apple introduced its desktop desktop iMac with Retina, the name used on the iPad tablet, the iPhone phones and its MacBook laptops to refer to high-resolution displays. It features a 27-inch display and about 14.7 million pixels, the company took care to point out as the Retina 5K display (5120 x 2880 pixels).
Like the ultra-thin iPad 2 and the iPad Air Mini 3 presented at the same event, the iMac with Retina has a thickness of 5 mm at its edges. The technology used in the Retina display of the new iMac has an energy saving system with self-developed a chip that controls its operation.
Inside, the iMac with Retina has an Intel Core i5 quad-core processor at 3.5 GHz, which can be upgraded to 4 GHz in its Core i7 version. It has 8GB RAM, AMD Radeon R9 graphics chip and 1TB storage unit. In its base configuration the device will be available at US $2,499.
The models of 21.5 and 27 inche iMac, without Retina display, will be available $1099 and $1799.
Apple also took the opportunity to upgrade its Mac Mini computer, which adds to the fourth generation of Intel Core processors Wi-Fi 802.11ac and two Thunderbolt ports. It will be available at US $499, with a base configuration of 4GB RAM, Intel Core i5 dual-core processor at 2.7 GHz, and 500 GB hard drive.