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The 21.5" model is 16:9, as opposed to the 20" iMac which was 16:10. So the screen might initially feel a bit smaller. The resolution is higher though, so you'll get a nice bump in usable screen real estate.

Not trying to change your mind or anything (<– lies!), but do you really need the UPS? Americans will jump in here and tell you it's a necessity to prevent data loss during "brownouts", blackouts, lightning storms, earthquakes and other unpleasant events.

But in Europe, with our new-fangled reliable powergrids and agreeably boring climates, I have never experienced a power grid issue that would require me to have a UPS.

Obviously it's different in a server environment, but do you think you'll really need it at home?
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