Apple has unveiled a major refresh of the iMac, one that now offers a Retina display.
Dubbed the 5K Retina Display by Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing boss, the new model sports a 27-inch diagonal with a 5210 x 2880 screen resolution.
That's nearly 15 million pixels, almost two thirds more than a 4K monitor and yet Apple managed to keep its thickness to a slim 5mm.
The new iMac - which will be available on sale from today - also sports a new custom-made chip designed by Apple engineers and called the timing controller (as it controls the display).
Other than a significant drop in power consumption (by nearly a third), the key takeaway features include a quad-core Intel i5 processor clocked at 3.5GHz, AMD's Radeon M9R290X GPU, 1TB Fusion Drive and 8GB of RAM.
The new model will sell alongside the existing ones and will cost $2,499 (£1,999, AU$2,999).
- While you want for the new model, check out the 2013 version of the Apple iMac
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