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Apple iMac 2015 MK482 27 Inch 5K Retina i5 8GB 2TB Fusion

IMac now offers a stunning Retina 4K display on the 21.5-inch model and an even more spectacular Retina 5K display on the 27-inch. And a wider color gamut means a palette of up to 25 percent more available colors. So photos and videos look crystal clear and vibrant, and text is razor sharp. All enclosed in a stunningly thin enclosure and with a beautifully sleek design, this apple imac comes complete with apples magic keyboard and magic mouse included. CPU and Memory: Intel Core i5 quad core. Processor speed 3.3GHz. 8GB RAM. Hard drive: 2TB storage. Graphics: ATI Radeon r9 m395 graphics card with 2GB memory. Interfaces and connectivity: SDXC media card reader. 4 x USB 3.0 ports. Ethernet port. Bluetooth. Wireless/Wi-Fi enabled. Webcam and sound: Built-in audio sound system. Wireless keyboard and mouse. Operating system and software: Mac OS. Monitor: 27in display. Resolution 5120 x. 2880 pixels. General features: Size H51.6, W65, D20.3cm. Weight 9.54kg.

Sold by: Argos
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Brand: apple
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UPC/EAN/GTIN: 0888462479448

Product Category: Technology: Laptops and PCs
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Current price: £1899.00

Most recent price change was on
Sunday 15 October 2017

Was £1999.00
Down by 5%
Saving £100.00

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Price Drop City has been tracking this product since Saturday 4 March 2017. Since then, the lowest price it has sold for is £1,899.00 (first seen on Sunday 15 October 2017) and the highest price it has sold for is £2,249.00 (first seen on Friday 10 March 2017).

The median price over the time we have been tracking it is £2,099.00.

This product has changed price six times since we started tracking it, giving it a price volatility rating of 3.

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