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Ready to give your old, cranky desktop the boot? Well, there's never been a better tie to kick it to the curb, as Amazon is now making it possible for you to get your mitts on a new Apple iMac for less.
Ahead of Prime Day, you can score the Apple iMac 5K on sale for $1,500, or $299 off with on-page coupon. This coveted computer rarely goes on sale, and now it's at its all-time lowest price ever. Our conclusion? It's time to pounce.
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Hop on the Apple iMac 5K bandwagon and get one of these desktops at a major discount. You deserve it.
Raw power and top-of-the-line features
Want more power? Got the need for speed? This Apple iMac 5K has it all: A sharp 27-inch 5K Retina Display at 2880p, a super-fast 3.1GHz six-core tenth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, Bluetooth for syncing up all your wireless accessories and 8GB of memory paired with 256GB of SSD on-board storage. It even has the latest version of macOS Big Sur operating system built-in. Phew! And shoppers love it for productivity. This machine just gets the job done!
"I enjoy using my iMac because I can accomplish my tasks with speed," raved a delighted five-star reviewer. "The screen size helps with word processing documents and any reading I need to do online. Videos are clear..."
Meanwhile, the iMac 5K comes with its own Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2 — both are wireless. But you can also bring your own to the party, thanks to the Apple iMac 5K's wide range of ports — including two Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, four USB-A ports, a SDXC card slot, an Ethernet port and 3.5mm headphone jack.
"Apple seems to be making better and better iMacs. This one is a beauty — fast, amazing display, powerful, newest operating system is easy to learn," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "...One thing I do like about this new model is that the unit is high enough so that when tilted forward I could slip a sound bar under it. The 5K Retina display is almost scary!...There is nothing else for home use that compares with this unit."
At $299 off with on-page coupon, this Apple iMac 5K is a shining star — and we expect it to sell out in a flash!
With Simone Biles returning to action the Olympic gymnastics competition is assured of a dramatic conclusion on Tuesday as the American bids to end what has been a tumultuous Tokyo Games on a golden high. Not seen in competition since last Tuesday when she abruptly dropped out of the team event after one vault, citing mental health issues, Biles will get one last shot at Tokyo gold when she competes in the balance beam final. The second-of-three events on the final night of action at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre, all eyes are sure to be on Biles, who had looked set to return home to the United States with only a silver medal from the team event.
New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has been hailed as a transgender pioneer after her short-lived Olympic debut but Games chiefs continue to wrestle with the thorny issues raised by her historic appearance.
Rory Sabbatini has a silver medal and his name in the Olympic record book with his 61 in the final round. Whatever motives the South African had in becoming a naturalized citizen of Slovakia is secondary to his performance. Sabbatini left Tokyo with a silver medal and has only one week to perform well enough to keep his full PGA Tour card.
Large smoke plumes wafted from the McFarland fire burning in Shasta County, California, as the blaze grew to 15,565 acres and was 5 percent contained on August 2.The lightning-sparked McFarland Fire began on Thursday, July 29, according to officials, and prompted evacuations for the town of Wildwood, California, on Monday.This footage, filmed from neighboring Humboldt County, shows huge plumes rising from the fire. Credit: dyervillefarms via Storyful
Saudi Aramco and other Gulf oil producers are following in the footsteps of Abu Dhabi with plans to raise tens of billions of dollars through sales of stakes in energy assets, capitalising on a rebound in crude prices to attract foreign investors. The moves, in a region traditionally possessive of its refineries, power plants and pipelines, highlight the pressure on petrostates to raise funds to diversify their sources of revenue and to bolster national finances hit by a recent slump in oil prices and the coronavirus pandemic. After selling a significant minority stake in its oil pipelines to foreign investors for $12.4 billion in June, Saudi Aramco is weighing selling both downstream and upstream assets, two people familiar with the matter said.
Norway's Karsten Warholm produced a devastating performance to smash his own world record and win the Olympic men's 400 metres hurdles gold on Tuesday, saying he dreamed about the medal "like a maniac".
Charles Connor, best known as a drummer for Little Richard in his 1950s heyday, and decades later later a familiar sight to L.A. radio veterans as a security guard at KROQ, died Saturday at age 86. His daughter, Queenie Connor Sonnefeld, told the Associated Press he died peacefully in his sleep while under hospice care […]
The Olympics governing body was probing Belarus's treatment of an athlete seeking refuge in Poland while Norway's Karsten Warholm smashed a world record on the track and Simone Biles was set for a highly anticipated return to the gymnastics stage on Tuesday. The International Olympic Committee said it expected a report https://www.reuters.com/article/olympics-2020-ioc/update-1-olympics-ioc-awaiting-report-from-belarusian-olympic-committee-idUSL8N2PA0F4 later in the day from the Belarusian team on the case of sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who sought refuge https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/belarus-athlete-in-hands-authorities-ioc-2021-08-02 in the Polish embassy on Monday after refusing her team's orders to fly home. She was expected to fly on Wednesday to Poland, which has offered her a humanitarian visa.
Karsten Warholm smashed his own world record as he streaked to victory in the Olympic 400m hurdles on Tuesday while Simone Biles prepared for a dramatic return to action after a Games dogged by mental health struggles.
Abortion, mental health, poverty and more will be hashed out. This article, Singapore’s toughest topics to be taken up in podcast by social activist Anthea Ong, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
Southeast Asia’s top diplomats have tentatively chosen a special envoy to help deal with the violent political crisis gripping Myanmar but must wait on approval from the military-ruled nation’s leaders before announcing it, two diplomats said Tuesday. The foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations want to designate Brunei Second Foreign Minister Erywan Yusof as special envoy to Myanmar, a decision reached in their annual meeting Monday, the two Southeast Asian diplomats said. Myanmar did not immediately react to the choice, preventing the ministers from issuing a post-conference joint communique that would have reflected the key development, the diplomats said.