- Refurbished iMac Late 2012
- Intel i5 8GB RAM 1TB HDD
- Fast Delivery
- 12 Months Warranty and a 30 day no quibble Guarantee
- 21.5 Inch Screen
Regular price £16189 £161.89
- Storage: 8GB RAM/ 256GB SSD
- MacBook Air
- Intel Core i3 processor
- 13 Inches screen size
- 12 months warranty
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- Brown Boxed
- Intel I5 3.2Ghz
- 32GB RAM
- refurbished Apple iMac
- intel core i5 processor
- 1TB HDD
Sale price £19989 £199.89Save £160.10
- RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 256 GB SSD
- Retina display
- MacOs Monterey
- 12 months warranty
- Backlit Keyboard
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New & Refurbished iMacs
For a wide range of needs, our store has a great assortment of new and refurbished iMacs. The 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display and the 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display are the most recent models. Both of them provide great visuals and quick speed. We also offer a variety of refurbished iMacs that offer the same great features and performance as the more recent versions for those seeking a more affordable option. We have the ideal iMac for you, no matter if you're searching for a robust gaming computer, a premium workplace, or a cost-effective solution.
Is iMac worth buying?
The iMac is definitely worth buying. If you need a desktop computer that is capable of handling a wide range of duties. iMac offers superior performance, with an Intel processor, large Retina display, and various ports and connections. Plus, it's sleek and stylish design makes it an attractive addition to any workspace. The iMac is great for anyone looking for a powerful and reliable all-in-one desktop computer.
How long do iMacs last on average?
On average, iMacs can last anywhere from 5-8 years. This is dependent on the technology and how well it has been maintained. It should last closer to 8 years if the user has taken the time to correctly maintain their computer (regularly cleaning dust, keeping the system updated, etc.). If you selected a more expensive model with more Memory and storage, this could also lengthen the machine's lifespan.
SHOULD I GO WITH A MACBOOK OR AN IMAC?
Should I choose iMac or MacBook?
Choosing between an iMac and a MacBook can be a difficult decision. Both are powerful computers and offer great features. iMac has a bigger display, more ports, and a bigger physical dimension. The MacBook, on the other hand, is a mobile notebook with a smaller display and fewer ports. The choice should ultimately be founded on your personal requirements and preferences. An iMac is a fantastic option if you need a computer for more stationary tasks. If you need a more mobile option, a MacBook is the better match. Consider your preferences before making any decision. The choice is yours, just in case you would liek to go for MacBook- We sell them as well!