I am definitely becoming a convert to Apple products. So inevitably the iMac Desktop computer is one of the things I have been looking at over recent weeks.
The iPod started the conversion, and as I have progressed through to the iPhone and iPad the more I have grown to like the way the products work.
One of the first things you notice about the iMac is that it looks absolutely stunning.
With it's large glossy, simple display it really does set itself apart and you are soon imagining it on your desk at home or in the office.
When you compare the iMac to Apple's other desktops it provides excellent value for money. Even more so when you appreciate that it comes with a high quality Apple screen which contains everything. The iMac sets itself apart from the Mac Pro and the Mac Mini neither of which come with a screen. That means that they both cost especially if you don't already own a computer monitor.
With the whole of the desktop included in the back of the screen you are getting a stylish, minimal design. That means that you are getting a lot of computer which takes up the least space possible. In addition the CD/ DVD drive and ports being on the desktop screen makes them as accessible as they could be.
One of the things that really appeals to me is that that the hardware and software has been made by the same company. That makes a real difference when you think about the Windows Operating System which can be combined with a wide range of hardware.
With both the hardware and software being made by Apple it is bound to mean that the the systems run as flawlessly as possible.