For the home user I would agree, but the company I work for design a lot of kiosk and digital signage systems (large scale), and the iMac is an ideal candidate, do to it's form factor (no tower), so yes an integrated solution would be ideal, instead of the over priced retro fits.
Read about this earlier this week, it'scool, but it costs 1,400 more than the original cost of a regular LED display (you can do it to those too, not just the iMac.) This is if you buy the display from them. If you send in YOUR display, you save a whole..one dollar. :lmao: Heinously expensive, and I can't picture myself getting a stationary touch machine. If it's going to be touch, I want it to be portable. I don't want to be confined to a desk swiping around a screen, I'll want to be reclining on my couch.
Page load error?Even better than a Touchscreen Mac, and not as hard on your rotater cuff.
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