The next item introduced by Apple (AAPL -0.6%): A refreshed iMac that's a mere 5mm thick thanks...

The next item introduced by Apple (AAPL -0.6%): A refreshed iMac that's a mere 5mm thick thanks to Apple's use of cutting-edge lamination and welding tech, and willingness to ditch the optical drive. Also included is an improved display, Nvidia (NVDA) graphics, and a hybrid hard drive (uses both flash and disks). The 21.5' version costs $1,299, and the 27" version $1,799. (live blog, webcast - available on Safari).

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  • robgra
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    0.5 mm ? I think someone slipped a decimal point in that doesn't belong...
    23 Oct 2012, 01:44 PM Reply Like
  • Chuck
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    Perhaps 5 mm ?
    0.5 mm is about this thick || between those bars.
    5 mm is about this thick |-----| between these bars.


    Any idea what a PC with a similar configuration would cost?
    What'cha think?
    23 Oct 2012, 01:51 PM Reply Like
  • rocback
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    $329 price point for mini will help Apple in margins
    23 Oct 2012, 02:12 PM Reply Like
  • TRHanson
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    By the way, the 5mm thickness thing is only at the edges, it gets thicker at the center (They didn't say how thick it was at the center).
    23 Oct 2012, 02:29 PM Reply Like
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