Deals Spotlight: 2019 27-Inch iMac With 8GB RAM/1TB Fusion Drive Discounted to $1,749 (Lowest Ever)

Amazon has debuted a new lowest-ever price on the 27-inch iMac from earlier this year. The retailer has discounted the model with a 3.1GHz 6-Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and a 1TB Fusion Drive to $1,749.00, down from $1,999.00.

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This week's sales also include a few other 27-inch models, and one 21.5-inch model, all relating to the latest 2019 refresh of the iMac line. You can find all of these discounts rounded up in the list below.

2019 iMac Sale


Apple updated the iMac line in March of 2019 with 8th and 9th-generation Intel Core processors, upgraded Radeon Pro Vega graphics options, and faster 2666MHz memory. Apple said the 21.5-inch iMac is up to 60 percent faster than the previous-generation model, while the 27-inch iMac is up to 2.4 times faster.

Head to our full Deals Roundup for more information on the latest Apple-related sales.

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12 weeks ago
Good and all, but c’mon, still with this fusion drives in 2019?
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12 weeks ago
You can say whatever but is is still $1850 (with taxes) for a middling Core i5 computer with only 8 GB of RAM and a previous generation hard drive... come on!
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12 weeks ago


Good and all, but c’mon, still with this fusion drives in 2019?


I haven't used fusion since I sold my Mac Mini a few years ago, but it was pretty darn good and awesome in terms of bang for buck. In terms of booting, launching apps, page-outs, and accessing frequently-used files, you get all the benefits of SSD. It's only when accessing big files and infrequently-used files that you got the HDD slowdown, which for most folks is rare or never happens.
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12 weeks ago
Newly designed iMacs on the way then in October
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12 weeks ago


Good and all, but c’mon, still with this fusion drives in 2019?

That display itself is still worth at least $1,500. The entire computer you're getting for $249.

So yeah, still with Fusion Drives.
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12 weeks ago


I haven't used fusion since I sold my Mac Mini a few years ago, but it was pretty darn good and awesome in terms of bang for buck. In terms of booting, launching apps, page-outs, and accessing frequently-used files, you get all the benefits of SSD. It's only when accessing big files and infrequently-used files that you got the HDD slowdown, which for most folks is rare or never happens.


The Flash storage in the 1 and 2 TB Fusion Drives are only 24 GB, after formatting and macOS install it leaves under 10 GB.
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12 weeks ago
Nice. HDD as the primary drive for a $1000 computer in 2019.
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11 weeks ago


You can say whatever but is is still $1850 (with taxes) for a middling Core i5 computer with only 8 GB of RAM and a previous generation hard drive... come on!


I think it's embarrassing to even still be shipping computers today with a spinning drive. SSD prices are a lot lower than they used to be. It's pretty shameful. I've wanted a new Mac for a long time but I refuse to buy something that is barely any improvement over my 2011 iMac (which has an ssd added to it).
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12 weeks ago


New iMacs on the way then in October


We just got new iMacs in spring.
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I implore anyone who's considering this to opt for a model with SSD storage instead.
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