Apple iMac 21.5″ (Late 2009)
Ordered a 21.5″ iMac (3.06GHz) for my dad to replace his old computer (which is also my previous desktop computer). Actually suppose to order 2 sets. One for my Dad to put it at home and the other for my mom to replace her old Fujitsu laptop in the office. However, my mom got some doubts about the Mac OS X and software compatibility issues and hence ended up getting 1 set for my dad first. In the mean time she can play around with it at home before making a final decision.
Since I am still technically a student, I made use of the Education Store and hence it is cheaper by S$100. The iMac cost S$1,688. I also topped up another S$218 for Apple Care so that the warranty will get extended by another 2 years.
My mom preferred the idea of non-wireless keyboard and mouse so that there is no need to change batteries every now and then. I opted for the Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad. As for the Magic Mouse, I wanted it so I bought another Apple Mouse. The difference between each wireless and non-wireless mouse/keyboard is S$20, and unfortunately Apple do not refund you the difference if you opt for the non-wireless mouse/keyboard.
The Apple Mouse and the iMac was delivered on two separate dates maybe because I “customized” my iMac by changing the bundled keyboard.
- 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 4GB memory
- 500GB hard drive
- 8x double-layer SuperDrive
- NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics
- iMac: 21.5″ (3.06GHz): S$1,688
- Apple Care: S$218
- Apple Mouse: S$78
- Total: S$1,984
- Ordered Date: 17th January 2010
- Apple Mouse Delivered Date: 19th January 2010
- iMac Delivered Date: 20th January 2010