Deals: Save Up to $150 on Apple's Latest 21.5-Inch and 27-Inch iMac Models

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Amazon is discounting a few models of the latest 2019 iMac, including 21.5-inch and 27-inch models. These sales offer up to $150 off the iMac, and each discount has been automatically applied so you won't need a coupon code.

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To start, you can get the 21.5-inch 4K iMac (3.6GHz quad-core, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive) for $1,199.00, down from $1,299.00 ($100 off). If you're looking for the high-end 21.5-inch model, you can get this configuration (3.0GHz 6-core, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive) for $1,349.99, down from $1,499.00 ($149 off). Best Buy is matching the price on this model as well.

For the larger-screened iMac, you can get the 27-inch 5K iMac (3.7GHz 6-core, 8GB RAM, 2TB Fusion Drive) for $2,149.00, down from $2,299.00 ($150 off). This is another high-end model, representing the most expensive model of the 27-inch 5K iMac that you can buy from Apple, besides available upgrades to storage and processors.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more discounts on Apple products and related accessories.

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21 weeks ago
It's litterally a paper weight with that 5400 rpm HDD bottleneck.
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21 weeks ago
$150 doesn't signal anything with regards to a possible new model. These go on and off sale all the time at various non-Apple retailers.

What sucks is that almost no one carries one with an SSD in stock. I agree the Fusion is ridiculous in this day and age. Even a measly 256GB PCI-e SSD (OEM cost around $25 or less) would make a HUGE difference in performance, and not cost Apple anything.
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