Dad's Will Love The Apple IMac 27-inch With Core I7

Posted: May 23 2010, 12:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:15pm CDT, in News | Dads and Grads Gifts

 
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With Father's Day fast approaching, make sure you give dad the best. The Apple iMac 27inch (Core i7) is one idea that would make a great gift for your dad.

The Intel Core i7 processor features Hyper-Threading technology, which allows two threads to run simultaneously on each processor core, providing eight virtual cores for increased performance. It also features 8MB of shared L3 cache, which boosts performance by keeping data and instruction in a fast-access cache that is available to all four processor cores.

The Apple iMac 27inch (Core i7) is available at the Apple Store for starting price of $2,199.00.

Father's Day 2010 is on June 20th. Find gift ideas for Dads and Grads in our new Gift Guide for 2010.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/4" rel="author">Susan McGlaun</a>
Susan is the editor of the shopping guide on I4U News. She is finding for our readers the best deals and the most interesting products to buy. She lives for finding a great deal that can save our readers serious money. For every season Susan is reporting about the best gift ideas including Back-to-School and of course the Holidays.
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