Apple has ensured that one of its iMac models is now available at the magic sub-$1000 price point in the US education market, continuing Apple's appeal to the education sector albeit at the cost of less powerful specs.
Devices purchased from Apple are a delight to behold. There's one catch though: there should be no hardware glitches.
Billions of years after Apple re-popularised the 'all-in-one' desktop PC that's all screen and no 'box', Toshiba has finally entered the desktop PC market with its own 'all-in-one', presenting it as a digital hub - just like Apple!
I don't know what not to believe in anymore.
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