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The iMac I Am Eyeing


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Specifications

* 2GB 667 DDR2 SDRAM - 2x1GB
* 500GB Serial ATA drive
* ATI Radeon X1600/256MB VRAM
* SuperDrive 8x (DVD+R DL/DVD+RW/CD-RW)
* iWork '06 preinstalled
* Wireless Keyboard & Mouse + Mac OS X - U.S. English
* Accessory kit
* 20-inch widescreen LCD
* 2GHz Intel Core Duo
* AirPort Extreme
* Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
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It's great. There's nothing to mourn about about. It's got whopper RAM. Enjoy.

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How much? Seems like you've maxed out everything. I've heard mixed things about bt mouse and keyboard, so watch out. I've had bad personal experience with both of them too

What is the 'accessory kit' too?
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yeah don't go for the wireless- you won't really need it. But other than that, GO FOR IT! That'd be the sweetest iMac I'd ever seen. Yeah, everything is maxed out there.

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yeah the wireless isnt great..i got it. kind of dissapointed. just get the wired keyboard and mighty mouse.
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What problems have you had with the wireless keyboard and mouse?
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Get the wireless keyboard, but skip Apple's wireless mouse. Trust me.

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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What specifically is bad about it?
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