“We look at the proposed entry-level family of solutions for Apple iMac, the hardware platform, which was updated last July and involves the use of Intel Core i3″
A few days ago at the famous auction house Christie’s of London, the Italian entrepreneur Mark Bogle was awarded, for the sum of â‚¬ 157 000, Apple I, the first system completely designed and built by Steve Wozniak in 1976. What was then a simple logic board (motherboard), free of the chassis and peripherals, capositpite is the product of a company which today, rightly or wrongly, gets the incredible success of the market: Apple.
Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs at work on Apple I – Source:
E ‘from the design of the Apple I that the two co-founders of the bitten Apple, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak already mentioned, they pursue the vision of a personal computer “self” and dedicated to the wider public, in an’ era where PCs were usually intended for electronic hobbyists and were sold without a chassis and incomplete. The evolution of the Apple I led, after several steps to the manufacturing and marketing of the Macintosh 128K in 1984, the first system to incorporate into a single chassis, the logic circuitry and a CRT monitor.
26 years have passed since then, and today the concept of All-in-one is spreading massively in the world of desktop systems: solutions “all inclusive” are chewing more traditional desktop PC to share, especially among the ordinary users , less demanding, and in some areas of professional and business. The technological development has reached a point that allows integration into tight spaces of a complete system without major compromises, if not that of the limited expandability is for this reason that the all-in-one systems are enjoying success thanks to a small footprint and processing power capable of meeting the needs of most users.
In the current period the proposed all-in-One is embodied by Apple’s iMac line of direct descent from the Macintosh 128K and have made their appearance for the first time in 1998, helping to get out of a bitten apple of the darkest periods of its history, and ferry to the rosy situation of today.
At the end of July, Apple updated the line of desktop All-in-one iMac: no aesthetic revolution compared to previous generation systems, but a major overhaul of the hardware platform so that he sees the entry of Intel Core i3 also in the proposed entry-level. In today’s article we analyze the very model of the proposed entrance of the Apple iMac 21.5.
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