I’ve just unboxed the new iMac 2011 which I got from Digital Hub (Thanks Charlie Paw!). I’ve got the stock 21.5-inch iMac 2011 which is currently priced Php 60,990 from the Apple Online Store (Philippines). This iMac 2011 has the following specs:
- 2.5GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5
- 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 4GB (two 2GB) memory
- 500GB hard drive1
- AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 512MB
This is it folks. After I posted that the Android Market website has started showing paid apps in Philippine peso a couple of weeks ago, some of you pointed out that I might be running Market Enabler that’s I was saying those paid apps. So, to verify this issue further, I decided to uninstall the Market Enabler app after reading in Philmug.ph that paid apps are indeed already available now for the Philippines Android Market.
Google’s I/O event is definitely gaining tremendous hype right now. What with so many new things that Google is telling all of us for the first time. One of the announcements was about the Google Chrome Netbook, which now goes by the monicker – Chromebook. And none other than Acer and Samsung will be manufacturing the first consumer versions of this Chromebook. Release date? – June 2011. Price Tag is set around $350. Is it a netbook? No? Is it a tablet? No. Then what is it? Watch the video to learn more about what the Chromebook is all about.
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Apple has just updated its iMac product line with the iMac 2011 line-up. Four new iMac configurations have been released and are all available now from the online Apple Store (Philippines). You can have the lowest configurations of the iMac 2011 for Php 60,990. Cheap enough considering that you’ll be getting a nice-looking desktop with powerful features such as the following: