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We just got the new Imac and can't believe how easy it is to hook up. Took us two minutes to get it going. Ten minutes of syncing the wireless network and printer, and we were up and running. Unheard of. Simply pull it out of the box, plug it in and it works. It is way too easy for an ex-windows user to use.
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yeah, i loved that about the macbook too. pull it out of the elegant packaging, plug it in to charge the battery and you can pretty much use it right away (of course setting up the wireless helped ).

good luck with the imac!
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We just got the new Imac and can't believe how easy it is to hook up. Took us two minutes to get it going. Ten minutes of syncing the wireless network and printer, and we were up and running. Unheard of. Simply pull it out of the box, plug it in and it works. It is way too easy for an ex-windows user to use.
its awesome.. its like a new tv, you plug it in and hit the power button and kablam you are done. ;}


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just like the one mac commercial says!

http://movies.apple.com/movies/us/ap...ox_480x376.mov
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