Although Apple is famous for producing expensive electronics, the Apple iMac MB418LL/A 24-inch desktop is on of the cheapest desktop PC of its class. One of the biggest changes made in this model is its new 24-inch size. This new larger model is about the same price as the older 20″ model, which is pretty impressive.
The Apple iMac MB418LL/A 24-inch desktop runs on a Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6Ghz processor and has 4GB of RAM (8GB max). It also has a large 640GB hard drive and NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphic cards that now makes it a capable gaming desktop. In terms of design, there is very little change in this new model. One of the most noticeable changes is in the design of the keyboard. The default keyboard of an iMac comes without a number keypad. I barely use the number pad so this has made little difference for me. If you would like a keyboard with a number keypad, you can request for it at no extra charge.
The connection ports are neatly lined up behind the desktop. The new Apple iMac MB418LL/A 24-inch desktop now comes with 4 USB ports a Mini DisplayPort, a headphone jack, a Ethernet port and a couple more ports. The beautiful 24″ display has up to 1920 x 1080 in resolution so you can enjoy HD content on this desktop. Unfortunately, this model has yet to incorporate a Blu-ray drive.
Due to its powerful specs, the Apple iMac MB418LL/A 24-inch desktop is great for multi-tasking. I often watch videos, download stuff, design graphics, and have a couple more applications on at the same time when I am working. Despite having so many applications on at the same time, I barely noticed any lag. Overall, I think that this model is at the time of writing, one of the best all-in one desktop models in the market. Dollar for dollar, it gives you are pretty good value for your money.