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Apple has updated its iMac with a new option for an ultra-high resolution display, four times that of earlier 27in models, and 16 times the original 720p HD format.…
£1,999 inc VAT
Apple's all-in-one iMac starts at £899 but you might want to spend a little more to find the best iMac for you.
£900 inc VAT
The giant 27-inch iMac makes a great computer or movie screen player. We test all the available models.
£1,050 inc VAT
The Apple iMac 27in (Late 2012) Ultimate is immensely powerful and delivers outstanding image quality. Read our Apple iMac 27in (Late 2012) Ultimate review to find…
£1,699 inc VAT
One of the most instantly recognisable mini PCs available, Apple’s Mac mini has been around since 2005 when it appeared as Apple’s smallest and least expensive…
£959 inc VAT
The new 21.5in Apple iMac is hard to beat as an all-round productivity, entertainment and multimedia PC. Here's our Apple iMac 21.5in (Late 2012) review – REVISED 12…
£1,099 inc VAT
The Apple iMac 27in that arrived at the end of 2012 is arguably the finest all-in-one computer money can buy.
£2,179 inc VAT
We compare the Mac mini and iMac - Apple's two most popular desktop PCs. Which is best for you - Mac mini or iMac? Read our Mac mini vs iMac comparison review to find…
£1,499 inc VAT
The 27in iMac is beautiful and expensive, and will appeal to both professional - and home users, being ideal for graphics and video work. Here's our Apple iMac…
£1,499 inc VAT
The Mac mini’s impeccable hardware makes it a very attractive choice as a media-centre PC. Read our Apple Mac mini (Late 2012) review to find out more.
£795 inc VAT
The 2012 Mac mini offers quad-core computing in a tiny box with very little power draw. Here's our new Mac mini review.
£499 inc VAT
The new Mac Pro, is just about the same as the old Mac Pro, it doesn't even have Thunderbolt or USB 3.0 ports.
£2,049 inc VAT
The Apple Mac mini is more than just the cheapest Mac money can buy. It’s a compact but powerful desktop PC that can turn its talents to office and home computing, or…
£529 inc VAT
The iMac remains an incredible piece of technology, combining superb build quality with excellent performance – and of course that unrivalled Apple design aesthetic.
£1,399 inc VAT
Ultra-compact in size, ultra-low in power consumption, and crucially quiet to use, the Apple Mac mini makes a compelling media centre when matched with the right…
£896 inc VAT
The Mac mini with Lion Server is not a big enterprise server, it's targeted at the small office/home office (SOHO) market and small and medium businesses (SMB).
£849 inc VAT
This £999 version of Apple’s 21.5in-screen iMac features a 2.5GHz Intel Core i5-2500 processor; it’s also available with a faster 2.7GHz CPU. Apple supplies a 500GB…
£999 inc VAT
We expected to see faster performance from the Apple Mac mini (Mid 2010) now it's finally received the Intel Core-series Sandy Bridge upgrade. But we weren't prepared…
£699 inc VAT
Running changes to the Apple iMac 27in (Mid-2011) bring it right up to date in its components, putting it a step ahead of the mainstream Windows competition in more…
£1,809 inc VAT
The Apple Mac Pro 12-core is an incredibly powerful desktop PC, but with massive power comes a massive price tag - UPDATED 29 NOV 2010
£6,759 inc VAT